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Shippensburg University’s marching band nearly lost its funding from Student Senate for failing to turn in its paperwork on time to the Student Group and Activities Committee (SGAC).
All student clubs and organizations must go through SGAC in order to be senate-recognized.
Shippensburg University participated in its fifth annual celebration of International Education Week Oct.
Sports, culture, spirit and celebration are the kinds of things that come to mind when one thinks of homecoming. Homecoming is a special tradition at many colleges and universities throughout the U.S., and Shippensburg University is no different.
On Wednesday, Oct. 23, SU students, faculty and community members stepped out of the world of Shippensburg and into the international realm, where they became immersed in the lifestyles of 13 countries.
A number of incidents involving BB shootings on campus have the University Police looking for a suspect who could face charges ranging from criminal mischief to assault.
Democratic candidate John Hanger touched on issues regarding education, marijuana and equal marriage rights at Shippensburg University on Tuesday.
“I don’t want to let big money buy another governor,” Hanger said to a group of students at the Dauphin Humanities Center.
It’s 10:55 p.m. on a Thursday night. Many upperclassmen at Shippensburg University use this evening to party at one of the local bars or have other activities planned.
It was a chilly morning on Nov. 9, but Mark Shifflet, senator of the College of Education and Human Services, as well as other SU students and senate members, took to the streets and held the first “Street Clean-up and Electronics Drive” at the corner of Fort and Earl streets.
Delegates from Shippensburg University traveled to Penn State University this past weekend to exchange knowledge with more than 50 universities at the Central Atlantic Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (CAACURH) conference.
The six delegates chosen from the SU Residence Hall Association (RHA) were selected through an application process.
November weather is settling in and students are starting to bundle up as they shuffle their way to class.
As polls closed last Tuesday, Shippensburg University student Darren Brown watched the vote count come in via Internet.
For the last year, Brown has campaigned for mayor of his hometown, Chambersburg, Pa., and it all came down to Tuesday, Nov.
A Shippensburg couple is being held on $1 million bail after an early morning raid by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) on Monday.
On Sunday, the owners of Weekend Warrior military surplus store Denise A.
As the economy is often an unsure aspect of life, universities alike are never positive of what enrollment numbers could be in future academic years.
A 12-pack of Ramen: $2.12.
Tuition: $4, 824.
Getting a bachelor’s degree: –$26,600.
More than 70 people gathered in Dauphin Humanities Center for the Women’s Institute for Leadership and Learning conference on Friday afternoon.
This fall, the Student Group and Activities Committee (SGAC) of Student Senate has been busy voting on appeals, discussing penalties and accepting paperwork.
Roller hockey and men’s lacrosse have received 20 percent budget reductions for this year and must update their constitutions.
A Shippensburg couple is being held on $1 million bail each after an early morning raid by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) on Monday, Nov.
Shippensburg University’s Army ROTC program sent its Ranger Challenge team to the Cadet Command’s Second Brigade competition on Saturday, Nov.
The new chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) will be making his first visit to Shippensburg University on Thursday, Nov.
In his first 60 days serving as chancellor for the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE), Frank Brogan made it his goal to visit the 14 universities he oversees.