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New halls honored

(11/17/14 9:34pm)

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.





Breaking News: Robbery on Fort Street

(12/01/14 11:04pm)

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.




Here and Now

(12/08/14 7:34pm)

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.