A memory by Angie Hart ’17

A memory by Angie Hart ’17

It was so hard going through the literal thousands of photos that I have from my time at Ship, but I’m so thankful that those four years gave me so many memories. Pictured below is a photo that just brings back bliss from senior year...

A memory by Caitlyn Sellers ’20

A memory by Caitlyn Sellers ’20

My favorite memory was getting to spend my senior season alongside some of the best teammates ever! Red raider pride forever! #rrp  

A memory by Amanda Trievel ’17

A memory by Amanda Trievel ’17

In 2016, my sorority Alpha Phi was finishing out Greek Week with the annual Lip Sync Battle. We placed first in the lip-sync competition with our Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory theme bit. It takes about a month or two of late-night...

A memory by David Morgan

Started living in Old Main ended up in College Park. Great education and made friends for life!  

A memory by Thomas Moriarty ’65, ’85M

A memory by Thomas Moriarty ’65, ’85M

  My freshman year in 1961 was the first trimester at Ship. The classes were all 75 minutes long. I had an 8:00 a.m. class I struggled to stay awake in. My classmates struggled too. So to stay awake, I counted how many times they...

A memory by Colleen Arrowsmith ’92

I started at SHIP in the Fall of 1988. In an effort to join a club and meet some new people, I joined the Concert Committee. A few months later, Pat Benatar came to campus to play a show and since I was on this committee, I got a chance...

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