Shippensburg University’s Human Communications Department created a communications center for students to better their presentation skills and provide guidance for problems they may be having.
Shippensburg University’s Hillel/Jewish Student Organization (JSO) hosted a candlelight vigil on Thursday evening to honor those who were killed in the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Oct. 27.
Shippensburg University’s Orndorff Theatre buzzed with conversation as community members, students and educators gathered to meet and listen to local political candidates in the days leading up to Tuesday’s midterm election.
Two residents of Seavers Hall came to the university police department on Oct. 24 at approximately 8 p.m. to report that money was missing from their dorm room on the third floor of the residence hall.
Police were called to Campus Drive in Rocktowne on Oct. 8 at approximately 7:30 p.m. when Evan Palmer, 30, of Pittsburgh, grabbed his shotgun and displayed it after a vehicle struck his parked car.
The perpetual rain Pennsylvania endured this summer not only affected the moods of the state’s residents but also the health of the area’s pumpkin patches. The shortage of pumpkins does not mean no pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving, but for students looking to carve up some Jack-O-Lanterns, the pumpkin problems may put a damper on their wallets.
A Shippensburg University networking platform will experience major changes in the upcoming months as part of a plan to increase online engagement with students.
Eleven more lives. That is how many were lost Saturday in a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue, adding to a growing list of lives lost from gun violence.