Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) Chancellor Daniel Greenstein addressed questions of Shippensburg University campus community members about his “directives” Thursday on the first stop of his spring university tour.
Three cases related to a shooting in October that resulted in the death of one man and critical injury of another during a drug deal that turned sour on High Street in Shippensburg have moved to the Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas.
Shippensburg University faculty, staff and administration members packed the Old Main Chapel for a town hall meeting on Feb. 18 to voice their opinions about “directives” sent by Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) Chancellor Daniel Greenstein.
Charges were filed in April 2019 against two men who were accused of two separate sexual assault cases — one on campus in a Shippensburg University residence hall and another off-campus relating to incidents occurring in 2018.
“We are at a turning point. This year, with our partners, the general assembly, we will decide the course of public higher education in this commonwealth,” Pennsylvania State System of Education (PASSHE) Chancellor Daniel Greenstein said during his State of the System address on Jan. 15. “This year we will decide whether all Pennsylvanians — regardless of race, zip code or wealth — will have an affordable pathway into and beyond the middle class.”
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.
Pennsylvania State Police have charged a third man in connection with the Oct. 6 shooting during an alleged drug deal near High Street in Shippensburg that resulted in the death of one man and serious injury to another.