The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team began 2020 by continuing its stretch of good play with a pair of Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) wins against Millersville University and Mansfield University.
Located on High Street in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, is the brewery, Molly Pitcher Brewing Co. It’s not too difficult to see Molly’s name on a stroll around town, whether it’s a brewery, apartment building, plaque or even her large statue found in the Molly Pitcher Cemetery. But who is Molly Pitcher?
The number of craft breweries in Pennsylvania has more than tripled within the last decade, and the state ranks first in the country for the most craft beer produced annually, according to the Brewers Association.
At Shippensburg University, WSYC 88.7 FM is more than just a way for students with radio-related career aspirations to get experience. It’s a way for anyone in the Shippensburg community to express himself or herself, become a better communicator and simply have fun.
Three religious demonstrators seeking to save the students of Shippensburg University assembled in the academic quad and preached what they considered the Word of God. And while many in the community believe the men did not further civil discourse at SU, some believe their presence can be used as a jumping point to discuss how society can approach handling personal differences.
The following is a story written by The Slate alumna Shannon Long for her senior capstone project. The Slate has decided to publish it now in light of the homicide that occurred just a minute's walk off-campus earlier this year.
HERSHEY, PA. — A sea of red hats filled the Giant Center when around 11,000 supporters packed the arena — and even more watched on a monitor outside — in Hershey on Dec. 10 during President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign rally visit.
Editor's note: This letter is a response to an article written by Managing Editor Hannah Pollock titled "Religious demonstrators tell students to 'confess their sins,'" which was published online at theslateonline.com Oct. 24 and in print Oct. 29.
Shippensburg University has tapped Charles Payne, a veteran who has served in the military for 29 years, to coordinate a program overseeing veteran and nontraditional student affairs in the Veterans’ Resource Center.