With each passing day, the relationship between President Donald Trump and the media worsens. Meanwhile, the president’s actions on Wednesday have shown that little effort will be put forth on his end to better the situation.
President Trump refuses to answer CNN’s chief White House corespondent Jim Acosta during a press conference Wednesday and called him a “rude, terrible person.” This impacts America’s ability to know the truth.
Travis Dixon shares some of his background and personal experience dealing with stereotypes. He explained the idea that people’s reality is often influenced by the TV they watch, and how the media can create stereotypes.
Students stand in front of the Old Main fountain holding candles to remember gun violence victims. The event was created to allow students to come together and know they do not have to go through the grieving process alone.
Shippensburg Community Resource Coalition (SCRC) is asking for donations for the Hound Packs Program. Non-perishable items such as the ones pictured above can be donated at various locations on and off campus.
Students hold an open conversation and share their thoughts at the Ask, Communicate, Teach Tolerance (A.C.T) call to action that was held on Thursday afternoon. The event was held to address social issues on campus, including a Facebook post made by a student that threatened others.