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Local: Wil Haygood plans H.O.P.E Diversity lecture at SUShippensburg — Author of the best-selling book “The Butler: A Witness to History,” Wil Haygood, is scheduled to give an annual lecture at the Luhrs Performing Arts Center at Shippensburg University, according to Public Opinion.His lecture, “Helping Our People Excel (H.O.P.E) Diversity Scholarship Program,” will start at 8 p.m.
The Shippensburg Area Chamber of Commerce (SACC) hosted the second annual Leadership Conference in the Tuscarora Room at Shippensburg University on Feb.
An award-winning journalist shared her experience covering a
controversial trial surrounding the debate of promoting religion in
public schools. Lauri Lebo spoke in Old Main last Thursday for Shippensburg University’s 7th annual Science and Religion Forum.
The second Major/Minor Fair was held at Shippensburg University on Thursday, Feb. 12, from 3 – 5 p.m.
Only five miles from Ayn al-Asad military base, a U.S. training site for Iraqi soldiers, militants of the Islamic State group (IS, ISIL or ISIS) captured a town that has been subject to numerous skirmishes, according to The New York Times (NYT).IS soldiers, numbering in the hundreds, attacked the town al-Baghdadi in two directions, according to Reuters and Fox News.
Carlisle — Shrove Tuesday, Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras, whatever you call it, today is a day for sugary pastries.
Q: I filed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) last year; do I have to file again this year?
Local: Franklin County cold shelters fill to brimChambersburg — The cold weather is driving homeless people to any shelter they can find.
Coming from the sunshine state of Florida, Cecil Howard hoped to be the social equity director at Shippensburg University — not for the enjoyment of Pennsylvania winter, but for the numerous possibilities that SU could present.“When I saw what was before me, I said, ‘Wow,’” Howard said.
Recent cold snaps hit campus hard this past week, specifically in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB).CUB occupants were evacuated early Tuesday, Feb.
A night of food, dancing and charity kicked off on Feb. 17 to celebrate Mardi Gras and raise money for a project to help the Haitian people.The newly formed Klub Kreyol and the French Club hosted the fourth annual Mardi Gras Ball in the Cora I.
“A nation that cannot control its borders is not a nation,” former President Ronald Reagan said.America is a nation made up of immigrants from every corner of the world.
Hands shot into the air at the town hall meeting Tuesday night, following the trajectory that tuition prices at Shippensburg University may be heading — up.
A fire destroyed a barn filled with livestock and hay late Wednesday night on a farm at 3353 Letterkenny Road in Greene Township, Franklin County.
Wil Haygood sat in front of the students in a simple black suit, pale blue shirt, yellow tie and black Oxford shoes on Thursday evening in the Luhrs Performing Arts Center.
Chambersburg — One of the largest boroughs in Pennsylvania, with a population of more than 20,000 people, may soon get improvements to its traffic signals, according to Herald-Mail Media.
Washington, D.C. — House Speaker John Boehner invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak to Congress — a move the White House denounces, reported CNN.
Pyongyang — The U.S. and South Korea began a joint military exercise today that angered North Korea, according to Fox News.
Harrisburg — The Pennsylvania Board of Governors voted in favor of adding two new degree programs to three Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) universities during a special meeting on Feb. 27.