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Welcome to the start of the 2014-15 academic year. We are excited and look forward to starting the new year with new programs, new facilities and new opportunities for you.
We are continuing to look toward implementing new programs that will provide additional majors that are in demand.
In a conference room filled with student representatives from each class, the Student Senate and various organizations on campus gathered together for one purpose: the search for a permanent university president.
Instead of spending more money in graduate school, students in the department of education can now pursue a dual certification in teaching pre-K to fourth grade and special education pre-K to eighth grade.
By completing 135 credits in nine semesters, Shippensburg University students can learn how to teach a variety of students in different grades and with different needs.
Construction at Shippensburg University is still underway to convert the campuses heating and air conditioning system to a newer, more fuel-efficient energy system.
According to the recent Ship News and Events email, the constuction involving the new heating systems is expected to be completed in September.
Facing 2,000-year-old men of clay in an unfamiliar city, students immersed themselves in the ancient culture of China.
The Terracotta Army of Chinese Emperor Qin Shi Huang was just one of the sites that Shippensburg University students visited during their 20-day field study of China this summer.
Stepping outside the classroom into the working world of post-college life, Shippensburg University students have gained another chance to jump-start their careers.
To honor those who have served and sacrificed for their country, the Student Veterans of America (SVA) on campus placed American flags in the quad in front of Lehman Library.
This Shippensburg University tradition reminds the campus community of the events of Sept.11, 2001.
The Shippensburg University council of trustees approved a proposal to add a new Bachelors of Science degree in electrical engineering last Friday.
The Board of Governors for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania must also approve the proposal before SU can officially offer the program to students.
Four stories, 110 rooms, and $14 million are invested in the new hotel being built next to the Shippensburg University Conference Center on Newburg Road, according to Pennlive.com.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the Courtyard by Marriott hotel was held May 20 while most students were away on summer break.
The possibility of bringing Dunkin’ Donuts to campus started about two years ago when the dining contract was out to bid to various food companies.
After only a few weeks of college, three freshmen are stepping up to be leaders on campus.
Sebastian Belfonti, Kayla Lawson and Christopher Windbeck are competing for two spots on student senate to represent the class of 2018.
The family that veterans make up is a bond so strong that no one is left behind, despite the daily hardships that each may face.
That strength was demonstrated Thursday when the Student Veterans of America (SVA) came out to raise money and show support for injured veteran Cpl.
In five out of six states with Sheetz stores, the company can sell alcohol directly out of its stores.
Shippensburg University United Campus Ministry (UCM) is planning to take its seventh service trip to Vietnam, and it would like to recruit interested individuals.
Though the exact dates of the trip are not permanent, the Rev.
Booths with posters and pictures of foreign countries filled the multi-purpose room at the Ceddia Union Building during the Study Abroad Fair Thursday.
An advocacy group provided a free training session to educate people about the acute needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) senior citizens.
Tim Johnston, manager of education and training for Services and Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Elders (SAGE), came from New York City to lead the event on Tuesday, Sept., 23.
Shippensburg University continues to make progress with the construction on campus.
SU is still in the process of switching the heating and cooling systems on campus to make it more environmentally friendly.
The people on the outside are stingy — they keep their wealth for themselves.
This is the type of attitude that develops among some of the homeless, Sue Rudy, CEO of Silence of Mary Home in Harrisburg, said.
When people volunteer their time and show compassion, it lets the homeless know that others actually care.
Catholic Campus Ministries (CCM) and Shippensburg University students from Karen Johnson’s and Laurie Cella’s basic writing classes went to Harrisburg on Saturday to do just that.
Rudy and her husband Vern own four homes in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, that homeless people can stay at when they are struggling.
Congressional candidate Alanna Hartzok started a campaign to encourage college students to register for election day on Nov.
On Tuesday, Oct. 7 an article titled, "Student Senate president resigns" was published in The Slate.