Shippensburg University students and organizations were recognized for their hard work and accomplishments throughout the 2020-21 academic year at the annual Student Life Awards at the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on April 29.
My time at Shippensburg University is quickly wrapping up. With graduation looming and only one more print edition of The Slate hitting newsstands next week, I am about to leave the place I called home for the past three-and-a-half years. I find myself sitting and reflecting as I begin to write the final lines in this chapter of my life.
The plans to consolidate six universities into two were approved at the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s (PASSHE) Board of Governors meeting last Wednesday according to a PASSHE press release.
Shippensburg University students will not see a rise in student activity fees for the 2021-22 academic year, but almost all student group organizations will experience a minimum of a 6% reduction in budget allocations for next year.
The Shippensburg University Student Government Association (SGA) held its annual Transition of Power ceremony in-person Thursday April 22 to inaugurate the 60th SGA Executive Leadership Committee (ELC).
The SHAPE gallery is hosting a new exhibit to coincide with Mental Health Month in Shippensburg. The latest showcase, “Ele-Mental Expressions,” opened April 23 with Mayor Kathy Coy declaring that May be known as mental illness awareness month in Shippensburg.