Laughter echoed throughout the Shippensburg University Grove Spiritual Center on Thursday night as a professor and author shared a short story about the rejection and the hardships of being a writer.
Shippensburg University’s facilities planning and management department continues numerous repairs and renovations around campus, including the installation of disability signage.
Shippensburg University responded to an incident of anti-Semitism in an email sent to students by Interim President Barbara Lyman on Saturday morning.
Author and professor Michael Neiberg will be hosting a lecture next Tuesday to discuss the events that led up to World War I and how they shaped modern society.
Vehicle damaged in the C-3 parking lot Kimberly Williams, 19, of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, came to the Shippensburg University Police Department on Feb. 10 to report her 2016 Honda Civic was damaged.