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Shippensburg creeper sentenced 5 to 10 years in state prison

(04/02/12 8:55pm)

On Tuesday, March 27, Michael Claudy, also known as the Shippensburg “Creeper,” was sentenced five to 10 years in state prison, pleading guilty to 10 counts of burglary, indecent assault, loitering and prowling. Claudy is the individual responsible for the home invasions and peeping incidents that happened in Shippensburg from March 2002 to May 2010.




SU cadets and cadre fly to Fort Dawson for field training

(04/02/12 8:59pm)

Twenty-nine cadets and one cadre from Shippensburg University’s Raider Battalion flew off to Fort Dawson, W.Va., last Thursday for their annual joint field training exercise. At approximately 11:30 a.m., two CH-47 Chinook helicopters, flown by the Pennsylvania National Guard took off from the soccer field near Fogelsonger Road. According to www.boeing.com, each Chinook helicopter is capable of carrying 33 individuals and when empty weighs about 23,401 pounds.








SU College Democrats named chapter of the year

(04/09/12 8:23pm)

Hosted by the University of Pittsburgh Chapter, the Pennsylvania College Democrats State Convention this year was held March 30 to April 30, where the Shippensburg University College Democrats were named Chapter of the Year. Being awarded Chapter of the Year is the highest honor a club can obtain at the state level. Other universities competing against Shippensburg University for the honor included Temple University and the University of Pittsburgh. SU was named Chapter of the Year for its work in relocating the Shippensburg Township voting precinct, bringing together numerous candidates by hosting a successful fundraiser, and for all the hard work they have done for Democratic candidates. In addition to receiving the honor of Chapter of the Year, two SU students were elected to the Pennsylvania Executive Board of College Democrats.