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Will Davis, a student in Shippensburg University’s geography-earth science department has attempted to find an answer to the age-old debate on who provides better cell phone service by using modern technology.
Most students at SU use smartphones for entertainment and school work.
UPDATE: At approximately 11:35 p.m. students received another SU Alert updating the power situation.
Shippensburg University is working to update and improve its campus, and its most prevalent and recent project is the housing project.
On Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012, Cadet William Lloyd was commissioned Second Lieutenant in the U. S. Army at a ceremony at the H.
If every citizen of Franklin County decided to take a trip to Washington, D.C., with the residents of Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Allentown and Erie on the same day, it still would not be as many as the number of people who showed up for the 57th Presidential Inauguration on Monday, Jan.
What an interesting start for the new semester. Already classes have been canceled, when most of us have barely memorized our class schedules.
On Jan. 12, the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue announced that it had awarded a 20-year private management contract to Camelot Global Services PA, LLC.
According to spokesperson Jay Pagni, the commonwealth is looking for the lottery to turn in a more stable form of revenue as the senior population increases.
Republican Darren Brown, non-traditional full-time Shippensburg University student and lifelong Chambersburg, Pa., resident, is running for mayor of his hometown.
The Shippensburg University Council of Trustees unanimously approved new summer fees at Friday afternoon’s trustee meeting inside the Old Main Chapel.
“Students first” was the primary message on Friday, Feb. 1 at the ribbon-cutting ceremony held in Presidents Hall, one of three new additions to Shippensburg University’s renovation project.
“You are on the first floor of a four-story hotel,” University President William Ruud said.
Despite freezing temperatures and brisk winds, about 100 Shippensburg University students, faculty, alumni and special guests marched for the 25th consecutive year in the name of humanity on Thursday, Jan.
Shippensburg University recently completed the first phase of a three-phase housing project. In January, students moved into the new buildings — Presidents Hall, McClean Hall II and Seavers Hall.
Although the new suite-style dormitories include many favorable amenities the older buildings did not, students feel there are still some things they would change.
One of the amenities that are different is there are laundry rooms on each floor, rather than just one room in the basement.
It is a well-known fact that attending a college or university is a costly endeavor. Not only do students who pursue a degree have to pay for the tuition; there are many other costs that are incurred and added to the overall bill as well.
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) and Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF) announced Sunday morning that they have agreed on a framework for a new contract.
The agreement comes after slow-moving negotiations that centered on active and retiree health care and distance education, which have been points of conflict throughout this more than year-long process.
The University of Northern Iowa named current Shippensburg University President William Ruud as its 10th president on Thursday, Feb.
The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) will launch a web survey for first-year and senior students on Feb.
The coffee bar café formerly known as Biscotti, located on 300 N. Earl St., has changed owners and is now known as Wheel House Café.
The change happened in mid-December, when Biscotti owners, the Skiles and Freeman families, sold the business to a team consisting of a husband and wife as well as a family friend.
An interim president will serve in place after the previous president leaves and before a new one is permanently hired. Kenn Marshall, media relations manager of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE), said the search process begins at the campus level.
Shippensburg University is in the process of updating its strategic plan for the 2013–14 school year.
A 15–person steering committee consisting of representatives for all constituencies on campus, including students, faculty, staff, alumni and trustees, will be heavily involved in the entire process.
The process involves a comprehensive look at SU’s mission, vision, core values and beliefs.
Cumberland County Commissioners voted 2–1 Thursday, Jan. 31 in favor of making the Emergency Services Building the new Shippensburg Township polling location.