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Shippensburg University hosted a 24-hour Pride All Night event this weekend to create awareness and celebrate the LGBT community.
“HERstory, HIStory, THEIRstory, THEMstory: Resilience and Resistance,” a panel of storytelling by three regional speakers, was held at Shippensburg University’s Old Main Chapel on Monday evening.
Mission accomplished. Those words should be ingrained into the hearts and minds of millennials for the rest of their lives as a painful, yet necessary, reminder that the United States is waging a never-ending war.
Laurie Carter, the 17th president of Shippensburg University, will be inaugurated this week, and to accompany her inauguration, she has been spreading kindness across the Shippensburg community.
Shippensburg University senior Brad Foreman was announced as the 2018 winner of the Syed R. Ali-Zaidi Award for Academic Excellence and received a $1,000 prize from the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
“Transforming historical people into characters is my favorite technique of writing historical fiction,” said Shippensburg University English professor Kim van Alkemade during a reading of her new book “Bachelor Girl” on Thursday evening in Old Main Chapel.
There are only a few more days to donate books for the 34th Annual Friends of Legal Services Book Sale. The book drive, which started in February, ends on Sunday, April 15. Book donation sites throughout the area are listed at www.fcls.net, or donors can call Franklin County Legal Services at (717) 262-2326 to find the closest site.
Friends of Legal Services volunteers Linda and Mike Metcalfe haul a few of the 50,000 books that have already been donated for the 34th Annual Friends of Legal Services Book Sale, scheduled for Friday, May 18 through Sunday, May 20 on the Wilson College campus in Chambersburg. The book drive ends on April 15.
Senator candidates for Shippensburg University’s Student Government Association delivered speeches in McFeely’s Café on Thursday evening.
Professor of English Sharon Harrow held a lecture Thursday regarding sports literature and focusing on the career of boxing champion, Daniel Mendoza.
A 74-year-old Shippensburg man was arrested for driving under the influence and fleeing the scene of an accident on March 24.
A student group from the social work and gerontology department are participating in Shippensburg University’s Campus Earth Day Celebration during StewardShip Week.
After a 12-year hiatus, several months of renovations and the initiation of new owners, Pizza House re-opened its doors to Shippensburg residents last week.
Communist churches, statues and museums are some of the evidence of the communist era in Romania and Bulgaria, according to an instructor of history who spoke at Shippensburg University in the Dauphin Humanities Center on Wednesday night.
Coroner and medical legal death investigator, Graham Hetrick, spoke about drug addiction in America and the opioid crisis during his lecture at Shippensburg University on April 2 in Old Main Chapel.