Shippensburg University catcher Chase Zurawski is coming off a week with a plethora of success at the plate. In a four-game weekend series versus Lock Haven University, Zurawski compiled a 6-for-13 line, including seven RBIs, four extra-base hits and five runs.
The anniversary of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic lockdown can be a traumatizing memory for some on-campus students and clubs at Shippensburg University. Numerous on-campus clubs were suspended from continuing activities as student life was put on hold for students, where spending a semester online became the new normal. However, the music ensembles were hit the hardest.
In summer 2019, after rigorous training in Colorado for the upcoming season, Shippensburg University senior Isabella Marchini returned to the Shippensburg area for a counselor position in the local high school cross-country summer camp.
According to the Asian American Journalists Association, the shootings targeting Asian spas and businesses in Atlanta on March 16 killed eight people. Six of the victims were identified as Asian and seven were women. At least four of those killed were of Korean descent.
Editor’s note: This letter is in response to The Slate Speaks Staff Editorial that appeared in the March 2 edition and online at theslateonline.com titled, “The Slate Speaks: Students, faculty must work together in online learning.”
Students gathered in Shipppensburg University’s Ceddia Union Building’s (CUB) multi-purpose room (MPR) to spend the night stuffing teddy bears to add to their stuffed animal collection and tie-dye shirts on March 20.