The Slate of Shippensburg University. This video explains what goes into making our newspaper, covering news and the benefits it has for The Slate.
Fake news is anything but new. In fact, there is an example of it that dates all the way back to 1475, according to an article published by Politico late last year.
According to a Gallup poll released on Sept. 14, 2016, 32 percent of Americans say that they have a “great deal” or “fair amount” of trust in mass media — down from 40 percent last year.
While academics are at the nucleus of all universities, athletic programs are the outer core of the college experience and have huge impacts on successes of students and universities. Because of the influence athletics have on universities, a key factor into a successful athletic program is the task of maintaining and updating athletic facilities, which allow student-athletes to have memorable experiences.
SU student Trent Bauer received a financial award for his LGBT advocacy from Ellen DeGeneres. Days after the show aired, an religious demonstrator touting anti-LGBT beliefs showed up on campus. Bauer reacts to his presence.
A religious demonstrator attracted more than 100 student protestors at Shippensburg University on Oct. 25.
In honor of Constitution Day on Sept. 17th, our first Ship Sound Off focuses on the importance of the First Amendment. Watch this video to see how Ship students feel about freedom of speech, and check out http://www.theslateonline.com to read other opinions on our campus.
The nationwide search for Shippensburg University’s next president ended today as Laurie Carter from Eastern Kentucky University was announced to be SU’s 17th president starting Aug. 7.
A dairy farm caught fire March 21, 2017 on Britton Road in Shippensburg, Township, Pennsylvania.
She wasn’t asking for it. Domestic violence and sexual assault are just two types of abuse millions of Americans fall victim to, and among those survivors are Shippensburg University students.
Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) endured the first faculty strike in its 33-year history, highlighting the system’s deep-rooted financial challenges throughout October’s job action.
When Shippensburg University volleyball player Courtney Malott jumped to punch the ball back onto the other court, she did not know it would be about a year before her next game. She did know immediately however, that her leg was broken.
Shippensburg University Student Government rebrands itself with a new name and new internal structure.
Highlights of Shippensburg University's series to help victims of sexual assault.
Like many colleges across the U.S., Shippensburg University takes steps to prevent these acts from happening, but they still occur. One in five women are survivors of rape, according to nomore.org. Every one out of 10 victims is male, the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network reports. SU launched the Ship Says No More campaign in the spring of 2014 in an effort to combat these numbers and put an end to domestic violence and sexual assault. Recently, the university announced that it will receive a $27,000 state grant to build upon the Ship Says No More campaign. The grant is a part of Gov. Tom Wolf’s “It’s On Us PA” campaign.
This video is about 2016 Shippensburg field hockey team wins NCAA Championship.
The Shippensburg University field hockey team prepares for Millersville University in the NCAA Semifinals.