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Seven a.m. alarm.Muddy footprints.Obstacle course.Campus construction. It is a love-hate relationship that Shippensburg University students have come to know well.As of right now, the construction is physically 73 percent complete, according to Eric Barr and Bruce Herring of the Department of Facilities Management and Planning.
More than 40 years ago, graduate student George “Jody” Harpster worked as an intern in President Gilmore Seavers office at Shippensburg University.
A dream cannot be stopped by a bullet.A movement cannot die with one man, and Shippensburg University’s Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) cannot wait to start its 27th annual March for Humanity.SU’s African American Organization (AAO) partnered with MSA and the Social Equity Office to continue the march that honors Rev.
A crowd estimated at more than 10,000 people stood up in unison during a Catholic mass inside the D.C.
“I dream of the realization of the unity of Africa, whereby its leaders combine in their efforts to solve the problems of this continent,” Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa, said.Mandela’s dream is far from a reality as Boko Haram, a radical Islamist army, rages its way through Nigeria. According to the New York Times (NYT), at least 10,000 people died in the past six years and hundreds of thousands were displaced from their homes.“We are very happy with what happened at the heart of France,” Abubakar Shekau, Boko Haram’s leader, said, referring to the Charlie Hebdo terrorists attacks that occurred in Paris earlier this month, according to Bloomberg.Shekau later took responsibility for slaughtering 2,000 civilians and razing 3,700 buildings at Baga, a Nigerian town near the border of Cameroon, according to the New York Daily News.
Local: Shippensburg pastor charged with possession of child pornographyShippensburg — The Attorney General's Child Predator Section charged Keith Bell, pastor of the Church of God in Upper Strasburg with two counts of possession of child pornography, according to The Sentinel.Bell, who lives in Shippensburg, pleaded no contest to the charges, which were placed on him in June of 2013.An investigation uncovered files containing images of children participating in sexually related acts, which led to Bell's arrest.
The Shippensburg University Council of Trustees unanimously voted to implement a change in how students will pay for their education at SU in order to offset cutbacks in state funding that have cost the university more than $30 million over the past decade.
Snow crunched underfoot as marchers followed the voice of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. into the winter air at Shippensburg University for the 27th March for Humanity.
The race begins so early that no one ever hears, “Get ready, set, go!” Students do not even realize they are elbowing for room on the track as they move up the rungs of the school system, competing for success.
The Shippensburg University Council of Trustees unanimously voted in favor of a new tuition program on Friday, Jan.
Nearly 55 years ago, under the leadership of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, the U.S. placed a partial trade embargo on Cuba as tensions with the Soviet Union grew.
As construction ends on Dauphin Drive, Shippensburg University looks to Lancaster Drive for its next closure.
Local: Two consecutive nights with reported gunfireShippensburg — At approximately 2 a.m.
Nathan Mao, a Shippensburg University English professor, died on the evening of Feb. 1 in the presence of family at John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’”The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. used his speech as a way to connect people of all races and take a stand for justice.
Riddled with back pain and unable to bend down to tie his own shoes, Stuart Singer did not realize the end of his basketball career was the beginning of his life’s work.
Shippensburg University professors received a $1 million grant to study the Delaware River Basin.Shippensburg University professors Claire Jantz and Scott Drzyzga will use the money to fund a project that will map and analyze land use in the Delaware River Basin.
Every year, 12 Shippensburg University students travel to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, during winter break, where they partner with the Pathways of Learning School.
Israel, France, Spain and the Dominican Republic are just a few of the places Shippensburg University students have visited.
President Barack Obama and his administration published the new 2015 National Security Strategy (NSS) on Feb.