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Shippensburg University’s Climate Survey Working Group (CSWG) will be launching a survey at the end of October to assess the social climate of SU and identify successful initiatives, uncover challenges facing the community and develop strategic initiatives to build on successes and address challenges, according to Carlesha Halkias executive director of the office of social equity.
With the Appalachian Trail just minutes from campus and the Blue Ridge Mountains surrounding Shippensburg University on both sides, it could be said SU is truly tucked into “Penn’s Woods.”
Katie Hess speaks to the audience on Sept. 17. The lecture focused on Pennsylvania's state tree and ways to save it from extinction.
Tim Palmer informs the audience of the threats Pennsylvania's state tree faces, including the woolly adelgid. However, treatments for the adelgid exist.
Shippensburg University’s Ceddia Union Building Multipurpose Room Wednesday evening was filled with dancing and salsa music as part of the celebration of Spanish Heritage Month.
Wnada Holdren and SU student Ryan Krueger prepare to dance a traditional Puerto Rican dance on stage. All audience members were invited to learn steps for salsa dancing. The dance lessons followed a lecture given by Holdren, who has been dancing since she was 6 years old and owns her own dance academy.
Crime and the media was the topic of discussion between professors at the 12th annual criminal justice symposium Thursday in Shippensburg University’s Old Main Chapel.
Stephanie Jirard moderates the criminal justice symposium where a panel of professors debated the topic of crime and the media. Panelists from various departments provided different views on the subject.
Hit and run reported in commuter parking lot
Hurricane season is now far underway, and would it really be the season without a cataclysmic storm dominating the news?
Hurricane Florence made landfall last week and has killed more than 12 people in its destruction. This storm, like many in the past, has caused billions in damage, but people are soon to forget the storm’s impact.
Former NFL player Don McPherson on Sept. 10 lead an engaging and interactive discussion about sexual violence prevention, consensual sex and male privilege giving a lecture hosted by the Shippensburg University Women’s Center.
Don McPherson speaks with SU students, faculty and community members about the importance of sexual violence prevention and identifying male privilege. McPherson travels the country speaking with groups of all ages.
Despite light precipitation, members of Shippensburg University’s administration, students, staff, Student Veterans of America and ROTC gathered outside the Ezra Lehman Memorial Library Tuesday morning to commemorate the 17th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Administrators stand in the rain during the 9/11 memorial. Those lost in 9/11 were honored during the ceremony as well as SU alumni.
Shippensburg University’s College of Arts and Sciences grew this semester with the establishment of the school of engineering.
In 2017, 11 burglaries were reported to Shippensburg University campus police; 10 were on campus, and seven of those were in on-campus housing, according to an annual university security report.
SU alumna Ashley Maready shares her career experiences in the historical conservation field. Maready has traveled across the country and worked at museums in Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Kansas and New York.
With more than a decade’s worth of experience in the historical conservation field, Shippensburg University alumna Ashley Maready shared her journey during a lecture in the Dauphin Humanities Center on Sept. 11.
Senior political science major and English minor Luke Smith is working with Pennsylvania’s Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) during a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE).