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Michelle Bradley, the president of Student Senate, resigned on Thursday, Sept. 25, during a closed caucus meeting.
She resigned after physical and mental stress, related to injuries from a car accident, hindered her ability to fulfill her responsibilities as president, Bradley said.
For most students, the name “Hershey” is common; the world-renowned chocolate manufacturer has remained a primary industry in south-central Pennsylvania for more than a century, and the town of Hershey is just 55 miles northeast of Shippensburg.
The Presidential Search Committee is holding its first meeting on Friday, Oct. 10, as part of Shippensburg University’s ongoing process to hire a new president, which began several weeks ago.
Harrisburg – Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania will offer the first electrical engineering degree program within Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) beginning next fall.
The Career Center organized and hosted the first annual Major and Minor Fair in the quad on Thursday, Oct.
Students lined up under the shadow of a giant, inflatable Rosie the Riveter to grab some free food and talk about the upcoming election.
Pennsylvania’s American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) held a “Burgers and Ballots” event outside of Reisner Hall on Friday, Oct.
Fourteen days after Michelle Bradley resigned from the office of Student Senate president, four candidates rose from the student body to run for the open seat.
The candidates delivered their speeches and fielded questions from the audience in McFeely’s on Thursday, Oct.
Credit unions around the world celebrated the 66th annual International Credit Union (ICU) Day on Thursday, Oct.
Rows of more than 100 tables sit in ShipRec waiting for students interested in possible internships and careers.
This Monday, Oct.
Shippensburg University students will have a new option in the fall semester of 2015 as the Board of Governors just approved the first electrical engineering degree program.
The electrical engineering degree will be the first one offered in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE). SU already has had two series of engineering programs introduced in recent years.
With the gavel in his hand and the votes in his favor, Nicholas Johnson started his first meeting as Shippensburg University’s Student Senate president on Thursday, Oct.
In two minutes, you can get a coffee from the CUB, run frantically to an advising meeting or wait anxiously for your Friday class to end.
A blue thread snaked almost 900 feet below the New River Gorge Bridge as people catapulted themselves into the air, some scrunching into flips before floating to the ground with billowing parachutes.
Sunny skies, warm temperatures and fall foliage created a perfect setting for this past weekend’s homecoming celebration.
Shippensburg University was awarded a state grant totaling $590,626 on Sept. 15 that will allow the university to complete a half-mile segment of a connector road between the H.
Brace yourselves: Moustache Mania has hit Shippensburg University. Call them what you will: lip doilies, cookie dusters, soup strainers, or simply ‘staches,’ these caterpillars will soon be crawling all over campus.
The craze started when SU students Todd Hayes, Ravone Cornish, David Stein and the Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) hosted “Shave the Date” this past Wednesday, Oct.
How long could you last in a fight? Five minutes, 10 minutes maybe? What if that fight was for your life?
Shippensburg University’s Mini-THON challenges SU students to raise their fists in the fight against pediatric cancer this Friday, Nov.
A stranger from a strange land stands in an Ecuadorian village tucked away in a rainforest. The community built a simple house for the newcomer to live in over the next two years.
This is what happened to Rachel Brown in 2004 when she traveled to South America after volunteering for the Peace Corps.
Brown, a field-based recruiter and former volunteer, visited Shippensburg University on Monday, Oct.
Each year, Shippensburg University celebrates its diverse heritage with International Education Week.
Ron Suskind is known as a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, as well as an author of several books on the American government, but he did not stop at Shippensburg University to talk solely about any of these topics.