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Although COVID-19 was the most recent pandemic to hit the campus of Shippensburg University, it was not the first. In fact, in October of 1918, a completely different virus descended upon the campus of what was then the Cumberland Valley State Normal School (CVSNS) — the Spanish flu.
The Shippensburg University Student Government Association (SGA) swore in eight new senators during its Feb. 2 public meeting, held in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB).
Shippensburg University President Charles Patterson announced multiple items of interest to the SU community at the Jan. 27 public meeting of the Shippensburg University Council of Trustees, held in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB).
On Jan. 17, Democrat Josh Shapiro was sworn in as the 48th governor of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg.
Chase Slenker, vice president of finance for the Student Government Association (SGA), announced his resignation from the position during the Nov. 10 SGA public meeting, held in Orndorff Theater.
The 14th annual criminal justice symposium was held in Old Main Chapel on Sept. 8. The topic of discussion was abortion, with the event being titled, “Overturning Roe v. Wade: Making Abortion a Crime.”
The 2022 fall semester is here, and so is new information regarding COVID-19 on campus.
Keeping with their initiative to “reach out to students where they are,” the Student Government Association (SGA) held their Oct. 7 meeting in Gilbert Hall, the home of Multicultural Student Affairs.
It has been a little less than 10 weeks since the start of the spring 2021 semester, but I can say that the time has seemingly flown by.
A few weeks ago, I came across a funny video on YouTube. It was a TikTok video of Tom Cruise striking a golf ball with his club and joking, “If you like what you’re seeing, just wait ‘till what’s coming next.”
With warmer weather becoming more frequent and spring right around the corner, it is nice not having to worry about bringing out the snow blower and shovel like we did so many times last month. Hopefully, we can say goodbye to the snow until next year (or at least until December). But this begs the question: When the snow does come again, will we have those good old “snow days” that we had in past years, or will these snow days be replaced by Zoom days?
I am sure the majority of us have heard of the name Dr. Seuss. Over the course of his life, Theodor Seuss Geisel wrote and illustrated dozens of classic books that have immortalized his name in children’s literature. And to celebrate what would have been his 117th birthday today, I would like to talk about his famous book “The Lorax” and its 1972 short film adaptation.
At 2 a.m. on Nov. 1, our clocks fell back an hour. Daylight savings time had ended and we all got an extra hour of sleep. Who would not want that? Well, maybe it would have been better if the clocks did not fall back at all. Daylight saving time has always been a topic of debate.
We are only two weeks away from Election Day, and while the big race on everybody’s mind is definitely the presidential race, there are many other interesting races going on as well — especially for the Senate.
Since the beginning of civilization, kings and queens would rule over kingdoms and all who dwelt in them. Nowadays, there are just a few monarchs left in the world, with some exercising more power than others.
On July 4, 2020, we celebrated the 244th birthday of the United States of America. It was also the day that Kanye West announced on Twitter that he would be running for president in the 2020 election.