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Summer is right around the corner. Vacations are planned, projects are finalized, the sun is shining and the clock ticks down. And so, we get ready to end another semester at Shippensburg University. As I get ready to graduate on May 6, I cannot help looking back at my four years here.
“Join hand in hand, brave Americans all. By uniting we stand, by dividing we fall.”
SU students took part in the SUAG Improv Show on Saturday night, where everything was made up and the points didn’t matter.
Maintenance personnel worked late into the night Friday to repair a water main break on campus.
The borough of Shippensburg is like many others throughout Pennsylvania and is the oldest community in the Cumberland Valley. A small town that was first settled nearly 300 years ago, Shippensburg has changed drastically over the course of time.
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - It may not feature Foreigner or Vanilla Ice, but sculptures and smiles lined Main Street in downtown Chambersburg for the 21st annual Chambersburg IceFest last weekend.
Originating in 2002, IceFest has been an important tradition in the Franklin County borough for the past two decades.
As the crowning of the 2022 Shippensburg Homecoming Court came closer, students enjoyed a “Night on the Ship” in a Vegas-style trivia match.
Members of the campus community gathered outside on Monday in remembrance of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks. A brief ceremony was held outside of the Ezra Memorial Library. The memorial saw speeches from ROTC members and leaders who were impacted by the events of the day. The remembrance is held every year, along with flags being placed along the sidewalk of the academic quad. Each flag represents someone who lost their life that day, including the 343 firefighters and EMTS, 184 at the Pentagon, and 2,763 in the World Trade Center.
In a time where media focuses on the next triple-A release, such as the next “Grand Theft Auto” or “Halo” installment, small indie games will always have their niche. Still, games like “Undertale,” “Among Us,” “Five Nights at Freddy’s” and other smaller games still get their chance to shine once they find their audience.
Kasiem Pope with two Family Feud student players.
Charles Patterson, SU’s president, and Colleen Patterson, SU’s first lady, sit down for an interview with Katie Huston, The Slate’s Ship Life Editor.
Hershey and Luke Lyman, a current student at Shippensburg University, share a tense moment on stage.
There are many famous animals spotted around the Shippensburg University campus. We have the famous Ship Squirrels Instagram account, @ship_squirrels, as well as and Oliver, Homecoming Royalty Hayley Anderson’s service dog. However, among all of the celebrities to meet on campus, one named Raider stands out.
This past Tuesday, the Shippensburg University Police Department hosted a cookout on the lawn in front of Gilbert Hall.
After a brief hiatus last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 40th annual Shippensburg Corn Festival was back and just as live as ever.