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The Women’s Institute for Leadership and Learning (WILL) hosted its annual event in Dauphin Humanities Center (DHC) last Friday.
Stephanie Erdice, director of the Shippensburg University Women’s Center, explained that the conference was created by a combination of the Women’s Center and women’s and gender studies staff and faculty.
Students across Shippensburg University campus exercised their rights as United States citizens and voted in the gubernatorial election on Tuesday, Nov.
Removing a blue bandanna, Bekah Rundall revealed her shaved head.
Rundall does not have cancer. Her older sister, Alicia, was a Four Diamonds patient who lost her life to cancer in high school.
How to improve college life for non-traditional students was the focus of a presentation last Thursday by Michael H.
It has been a word that has broke the headlines time and time again over the recent months in the U.S.
The Ceddia Union Building (CUB) at Shippensburg University normally buzzes like a beehive with people coming to and from the area, but on Nov.
With the cold weather quickly approaching, it is hard to imagine global warming taking place. Last Wednesday evening, Nov.
Hunched over and scribbling in their notebooks in Dauphin Humanities Center (DHC) 051, students listened to English professor William Harris read from his newly published book, “Slouching Toward Gaytheism: Christianity and Queer Survival in America.”
Shippensburg University held a ribbon cutting ceremony, on Friday, Nov. 14, to signify the conclusion of the second phase of the residence hall housing project.
The event was held in the lobby of Kieffer Hall at 4 p.m., where more than 50 students, administrators and others involved with the housing project attended.
Several people spoke to the crowd, including Interim President Jody Harpster; B. Michael Schaul, chair of the SU Council of Trustees; and Nicholas Johnson, president of the Student Senate.
In the dim lecture hall of Dauphin Humanities Center (DHC) room 151, Temple University professor Carolyn Kitch opened up on a light note, giving an explanation of why her hair was not in the right place.
After teaching a journalism history class in Philadelphia, Kitch hopped in her car and drove straight to Shippensburg University.
Every year, Shippensburg University hosts five open house events to draw in and inform prospective students.
It is almost that time — Christmas time, that is! While the holidays are rapidly approaching, Shippensburg wasted no time getting into the mood and spreading some Christmas cheer.
Shots rang out near 348 Fort St. as three suspects fled a robbery scene, campus police reported.
The suspects are one Caucasian or Hispanic female and two African American males, believed to be around 20 years old.
Suspects left the area in a black Explorer vehicle, according to campus police.
Shippensburg University students received an SU Alert email at 10:09 p.m., warning them of the crime.
Campus police urge students to be cautious and notify Shippensburg borough police at 717¬–532–7361 with any information regarding the robbery.
“Bittersweet” may be one of the best words to describe the feelings that come with graduating from college.
What is the biggest decision maker when it comes to picking a college? Is it the nice buildings, the friendly people, the free lunch you receive when you visit, or is it the website and the content that lurks within?
The civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri once again claimed the airwaves and the front page of newspapers; pushing aside stories about the ongoing Ebola outbreak and the growing war against the Islamic State, also known as IS and ISIS.
“The killer virus Ebola may not be front and center in the news, but it's still in the forefront of efforts by health officials nationwide,” Sharyl Attkisson, an investigative journalist wrote, according to Pennlive.
Shippensburg University has a new member to add to its Student Senate and his name is Lavell Simpkins.
Students gathered in the CUB on Thursday afternoon to listen to speakers and rally for Ferguson.
The Diversity and Cultural Affairs Committee partnered with the office of Multicultural Student Affairs and came together to put the event together.
*Harpster in the house*The race for Shippensburg University president started off on Tuesday, Dec.
The Board of Governors of Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) selected Shippensburg University Interim President George F. “Jody” Harpster Jr. as its new president. The board announced its decision on Jan. 22.