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The student club, Ship Votes, went door-to-door during classes on Sept. 19 to encourage students to vote and help with voter registration applications.
Ship Votes is a non-partisan, voter registration group with more than 50 volunteers that has registered more than 600 students to vote this year.
Shippensburg University offers many student resources to achieve academic goals.
With midterms just around the corner and bad grades plaguing D2L accounts, it is time for students to pull themselves together and get the grades they want.
The Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter Thrift Store is the ideal store for any college student – a place to buy a variety of things for cheap while doing some good for the community.
The CVAS Thrift Store is located on the corner of King and Earl Streets, within walking distance of campus.
As most Shippensburg University students know, homecoming week is a time for alumni to return to SU to celebrate and reconnect with old friends.
Each year, Shippensburg University’s Homecoming Committee stirs it up with fresh new themes intended to set the tone of celebration for Homecoming.
On Thursday, Oct. 4, Shippensburg University held its annual Lip Sync competition in celebration of Homecoming Week.
Students may have wondered what was going on when they passed by several animals in the CUB’s Main Hall on Thursday, Oct.
The Nimble Arts Circus flipped into Shippensburg University Tuesday evening and wowed the crowd in the CUB MPR through its skilled, awe-inspiring circus routines.
The five-person act is composed of a bow-tie juggler, a fabric-flipping princess, a twisting-pixie acrobat, a canister-rolling businessman and a weightless trapeze goddess.
Many of the students at Shippensburg University will come to polls to vote for the first time this year for the presidential election.
If you have been paying attention to the presidential campaign this past year, chances are you have heard the topic of gay rights come up more than once.
The 2012 presidential election is rapidly approaching. For some people, this is a time to learn about each candidate’s policies and determine for whom they wish to vote.
For other people this is a chance to learn some random facts about each candidate that can help win a game of Trivial Pursuit or, at least serve as small talk topics at a party.
On Monday night, The Slate asked students on campus about the upcoming election. It wanted to know who students were voting for and why.
The Ceddia Union Building patio was decked in pink on Oct. 24 for the Breastival to raise breast cancer awareness.
Everyone loves free stuff and thanks to The Slate, SU students had the opportunity to tie-dye free shirts in the Quad on Wednesday afternoon.
In order to promote its political debate, “The Decision 2012: The Choice Is Yours,” that happened on Thursday, Oct.
You may have seen him walking around campus, but what you noticed may not have been his clothes or even his smile; it might have been his feet.
Students in Karen Johnson’s basic writing class at Shippensburg University are using their grammar studies to learn some lessons from life.
You may not know who she is or what her position is as a member of the Shippensburg University staff, but Sandra Tarbox is a very important and influential person on campus.
Shippensburg University, along with its faculty, staff and students, is beginning a new recycling program on campus this semester.
The computer labs are full, adviser appointments are filled and an atmosphere of high stress has settled over campus; it is scheduling time.
About a year ago, I made the decision to transfer from a university five hours away from my hometown of Chambersburg, to study at Shippensburg University.