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In the past, Shippensburg University has hosted numerous notable performers to entertain and educate students on campus.
This past Monday night, The Ceddia Union building multi-purpose room was filled with music during a gospel concert performed by best-selling author James McBride, accompanied by The Good Lord Bird Band.
Shippensburg University energy costs are predicted to plummet, while savings will rise, as construction has begun and is scheduled to take place over the coming months on a new campus-wide $30.2 million water chilling plant facility and revamped natural gas-powered heating system.
The project could save SU upward of $330,000 per year, and reduce its carbon footprint by 31 percent, according to the facilities management and planning department, which is working directly with the independent department of general services to oversee the project.
The pipes from the current steam system will remain in place, saving SU nearly $10 million in its installation of the natural gas system, which will replace the current coal-powered steam plant.
“They’ve been heating with steam for a long time,” said project manager Bruce Herring.
Father David Hillier, 63, died from a heart attack on March 5.
Hillier was the priest at Our Lady of Visitation Catholic Church and an active member of Shippensburg University Campus Ministries.
Shippensburg University is upgrading its steam distribution system in the final phase of a 10-year plan, causing closure of the building that houses Kriner Dining Hall starting March 15.
The aroma of free cheese pizza filled the Red Zone on March 6 when Shippensburg University students gathered to hear the speeches of student senators running for executive board positions.
Michelle Bradley was the first to speak at 7:30 p.m.
On Wednesday, March 12, Feminist Frequency creator Anita Sarkeesian came to the Ceddia Union Building to deliver a lecture on female characters in the media.
Over spring break, 14 students and one faculty member represented the Shippensburg University Geography and Earth Science Organization (GESO) at Wallops Island, Va., to volunteer their skills and services to the Chincoteague Bay Field Station of the Marine Science Consortium.
From March 14–17, the volunteers joined representatives from several regional universities in a collective effort to complete conservation-related projects for the consortium’s annual Alternative Spring Break Weekend.
Scholarship recipients at Shippensburg University gathered in the Tuscarora Room of Reisner Dining Hall on March 25 to dine with their benefactors and celebrate their generosity.
It appears Jack Frost has finally been evicted from Pennsylvania, at least until next year. In his wake, he left a record-setting Pennsylvanian winter wonderland.
A memorial service for former Shippensburg University professor, Margaret Evans will be held on Tuesday, April 15 at the Cora I.
After the closing of Kriner Hall two weeks ago, the students and staff on Shippensburg University’s campus are beginning to see small changes to other dining halls due to an influx of students frequenting the remaining open dining options.
Michael Mann spoke to a full room on Wednesday, April 2, about one of the most discussed topics in the science community.
Saturday marked the annual League Three Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) Raider Competition at Shippensburg University.
Adam Swope, Pennsylvania Field Organizer for Retired Americans, held a panel at Shippensburg University about the future of the state of Social Security on April 3.
Marching across campus, waving signs and chanting, protestors of sexual abuse voiced their support of Women’s Violence Awareness Month at Tuesday night’s annual Take Back the Night rally.
The April 1 rally, march and speak-out marked nearly 20 years since the Shippensburg University Women’s Center has hosted the event.
One man was shot in the parking lot of College Park Commons on the 500 block of North Earl Street at approximately 3:10 a.m.
With the help of Shippensburg University and the programs it offers, the university is helping diversify the local community one semester at a time.
Students can now pre-order food from convenient locations around campus, thanks to efforts by Chartwells, the company that runs Shippensburg University Dining Services.
Candidates for Student Senate filled the Red Zone of the CUB Thursday, April 10, to give their speeches and answer questions from the audience.
Student Senate president-elect Michelle Bradley started the event at 7:30 p.m.
Students passing by the library could not ignore the music blasting from WSYC’s speakers. Four campus media groups gathered on the quad and outside the library April 8 to celebrate the annual Communication/Journalism Day.
Outside the library, the SUTV table offered a look inside the live truck and a Vine scavenger hunt.