Shippensburg University’s Activities Program Board (APB) is proud to present Andy Grammer with special guest Jesse McCartney as the performers for this year’s fall concert. The event will take place at Heiges Field House on Sunday, Nov. 12, at 7 p.m. Doors will open at 6 p.m. for early access ticket holders and 6:30 p.m. for those with general admission.
If you are looking for someone who is passionate about the bands of Shippensburg University, take a trip to the second floor of the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center where you will find director of bands Trever Famulare, who completed his 200th performance with the Red Raider marching band last month.
Few in media have disparaged President Donald Trump more harshly than I have. But I and the rest of his critics need to be careful. If we want credibility, particularly with Trump always attacking us for “fake news,” we must be painstaking as we do our jobs, particularly when a story seems too grotesque to be true. A case in point is the controversy over the call he made to Myeshia Johnson, the grieving widow of Army Sgt. La David Johnson, one of four special operations troops killed by ISIS forces while on patrol in Niger.
We as an editorial board put out a piece earlier in the semester which implored those in the community not to stand for hate on our campus. Those who responded to the religious demonstrator in the quad last Wednesday did just that.
After losing to Kutztown University 24-21 in double overtime on homecoming last season, emotions were riding high as the Shippensburg University football team kicked off to the Golden Bears on Saturday, this time looking to play spoiler on Kutztown’s homecoming.
The Shippensburg University women’s soccer team dropped its final contest of the season, a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) matchup with Slippery Rock University on Saturday afternoon at David See Field by the final score of 3-0.
The Shippensburg University volleyball team was challenged with one of its toughest pair of weekend matches as it faced off against two of the top teams in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC).
SU student Jason Greenspan is hosting an event in which male students can self-check for testicular cancer on Nov. 6. Greenspan, who is a survivor of testicular cancer, hopes to set a Guinness World Record for the largest number of testicular cancer tests to occur at one event.
Shippensburg University placed fifth in the national Outdoor Nation challenge, with members of the Shippensburg community putting down their cell phones and competing against 55 schools in outdoor activities such as hiking, bird watching and yoga.