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Shippensburg University’s Council of Trustees received an update at its March 30 meeting regarding the completion of the Cumberland Valley Rail Trail in Shippensburg.
Tim Ebersole, executive director of SU’s Office of Alumni Affairs and Government Relations; Jim Smedley, a representative from Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Municipal Services; and Garrett Stahlman, vice president of the Cumberland Valley Rails-to-Trails Council (CVRTC), spoke to trustees, explaining the final step in completing Shippensburg’s end of the trail into the downtown area.
PennDOT and CVRTC have received $800,000 in federal funding to complete the project by June 2013, Ebersole said.
With no cost to the university, PennDOT will complete the last mile of the trail into Shippensburg, ending on North Earl Street.
The fountain in front of Old Main, a popular symbol of Shippensburg University, has returned to its former glory after nearly three months of renovation in Alabama.
State Rep. Rob Kauffman (R-Franklin – Cumberland) visited Shippensburg University on Thursday, April 12, to get a first-hand glimpse at cost-saving measures implemented by the university in the last few years.
Shippensburg University police sent out an SU Alert regarding an attempted assault off campus late Saturday night.
The alert read, “Police report attempted assault in area of 35 College Park involving a knife by 4-6 African American males.
Human trafficking is a widespread phenomenon that effects nearly every country in the world, the U.S.
Dear Slate Readers,
First, I want to congratulate all of the graduating seniors and wish them all the best of luck in their endeavors after graduation.
This fall, students in Grove Hall will be within arm’s length of a “pick-me-up” and enjoy a cup of coffee without even leaving the building.
Most college students can easily relate to the frustration that comes with that one class or subject with which they struggle.
Three award-winning poets visited Shippensburg University on Thursday to share their insight about the art of writing and to share their poems at a reading at Old Main Chapel.
Mark Leidner, Michelle Taransky and Anna Moschovakis come from diverse backgrounds and they all have wildly different, yet oddly complimentary, styles.
The Shippensburg University RaiderFest is a university and community celebration by the Activities Program Board (APB).
The event is on April 28.
Ever consider how American films influence movies in other countries?
Professor Perin Gurel, an assistant professor of American studies at Dickinson College, explained the influence of American films on Turkish movies in her presentation “National Affects and Special Effects: Comedy and America in Turkish Film” on Wednesday in Grove Hall Forum.
She said that although filmmakers experiment with different genres, comedies are the highest grossing of all Turkish films.
The fountain in front of Old Main has been an iconic part of Shippensburg University’s campus since it was built in the 1890s, when SU was the Cumberland Valley State Normal School.
Several speakers addressed the Shippensburg University alumni and guests who attended the ceremony to rededicate the Old Main Fountain on Saturday, June 2.
Harrisburg – The Board of Governors of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) today voted to extend the contracts of seven university presidents through June 30, 2015.
Those receiving one-year extensions are:
Dr. David L.
After a nice long summer, I am sure everyone is dreading going back to classes and having to deal with homework, papers, notes and the like.
It should come as no surprise to anyone in Pennsylvania’s System of Higher Education (PASSHE) that funding has been a topic of controversy for some time now.
*Dear Ship Students:*
Welcome to the start of what I know will be another outstanding year at Shippensburg University.
Shippensburg’s Sheetz is awaiting the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) to approve them for a pending license to sell beer at their store on King Street.
The Shippensburg Borough Council voted “yes” to Sheetz’s request at a July 17 meeting in a five-to-one decision, The Carlisle Sentinel reported.
Something is different about this upcoming election than any other in US history, and it does not have to do with the candidates.
When I found The Slate during the SIS Fair three years ago, I had no idea I would be in the position I am now.