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Parents, family and friends fill the bleachers of the stadium, waiting to witness the Class of 2016 graduation.
Seniors begin their walk into Seth Grove Stadium.
Hundreds of Shippensburg University students will set sail this weekend during the graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies.
SU graduating students celebrate years of hard work. Seth Grove Stadium is commonly used for thousands of family and graduating students to celebrate and honor the achievement of the former students.
Shippensburg University students interested in finance attended a lecture Thursday to receive career advice, and hear about an entrepreneur’s strategies for running a small business.
Fergus McCann tells students about the risks and challenges of business and entrepreneurship.
At Shippensburg University, students are helping students with disabilities achieve their dreams in the workplace.
(Right to left) Tom Gibbon, Rachel Stevenson, Casey Bellamy and Courtney Marchut stand together as a team. They jump-started the Hire Me program, and are working to expand it.
Dreadful Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings are the times nobody on campus looks forward to. Having your window open those days will lead you to be woken up before your alarm sounds because of the hated ROTC cadets, according to the application program Yik Yak.
SU ROTC cadets engage in a training exercise. Whether in the woods or on campus, cadets constantly undergo physical tests to meet U.S. Army standards.
Taking off in a Chinook helicopter, ROTC Cadets departed to Fort Indiantown Gap last weekend to conduct a training mission that encompasses all the information they have learned.
An SU ROTC cadet plans his route through the woods. Training exercises test the cadets on a wide range of mental and physical skills.
Picture yourself walking across campus and you see a small cat, shivering, running for cover from the harsh realities of being a stray on a college campus.
Showcasing the best Shippensburg University has to offer, the Minds@Work Conference boasted student research projects on April 19 in the Ceddia Union Building.
Pennsylvania community and religious leaders presented citizens' warrants of arrest to state legislators on Thursday at the Pennsylvania State Capitol building, for not voting for adequate education funding.
POWER’s Executive Director Dwayne Royster reads the warrant to Sen. John Rafferty Jr.’s secretary.