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With the holiday season upon us, Shippensburg University men's basketball coach Chris Fite has plenty to be thankful for. Fresh off a quality win against the Wilmington Wildcats, the Raiders enter the Thanksgiving break with a 4-0 record, thanks to stellar starts to the season by senior guard Antonio Kellem and junior forward John Castello.
No matter how easy or hard, a win is a win in the mind of Shippensburg University men’s basketball coach Chris Fite after the Raiders’ 101-74 drubbing of the Wilson College Phoenix on Wednesday night.
The Shippensburg University field hockey team advanced to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) semifinals by defeating No. 6-ranked Bloomsburg University 2-1 in overtime on a cold Tuesday night from David See Field.
Thanksgiving — a time to be grateful for your friends and family, as well as a time of privilege for those who forget that their high school history books may have left out a thing or two about the “harmonious” day between the Native Americans (the Wampanoag), the settlers and the events that followed.
Shippensburg University’s Sigma Gamma Rho sorority celebrated its 10th anniversary with the annual Miss Diversity Pageant on Saturday night in the Ceddia Union Building’s Multipurpose Room.
Despite a poor night of shooting, the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team out-hustled and out-gritted the Virginia Union Panthers to open its 2018-2019 campaign with a 65–60 victory.
If the questions surrounding the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team roster had not been answered in its season-opening win against the Virginia Union Panthers, then perhaps its hard-fought 79-69 victory against the Lincoln University Lions provided some clarity.
Although the season did not necessarily go as planned, the Shippensburg University football team can rest its hat on the fact that it clinched its eighth-consecutive winning season with a complete-game victory over Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) West opponent Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), 45–21.
While the dreams of a conference championship have come to an end, the Shippensburg University volleyball team can be proud of how far it came.
The No. 5-ranked Shippensburg University field hockey team completed its regular season with a dominant 8-0 win over Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) opponent Mercyhurst University on a cold Saturday afternoon from David See Field.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team (0-1) fell on Saturday evening to the visiting Bowie State University Bulldogs (1-0), 60-52, at Heiges Field House.
Maybe you’ve seen some variation of that evolution cartoon — various early humanoid caricatures depicted on the evolutionary path from left to right, culminating in modern man and hunched awkwardly over a computer. The point is clear: the human body isn’t very well adapted to sitting around all day. We need to move.
Shippensburg University students filled the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) Multipurpose Room Friday night to paint their own take on the Northern Lights.
Shippensburg University marketing major David Brantely took home a grand prize of $300 after winning first place in SU’s Ship Tank on Thursday.
To The Editor:
World-renowned rock band Toto brought a booming crowd to Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center Saturday night for a stop on their “40th Trip Around the Sun” concert tour.
Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center was teleported back in time on Thursday night during a performance by The Doobie Brothers.
Shippensburg University’s concert choir and orchestra will come together to perform the oratorio, “Messiah,” by George Frideric Handel on Nov. 18, in the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center.
Shippensburg University’s updated housing agreement for the 2019-2020 school year requires that students with less than 60 credits live on campus. The list of exemptions is not long — meaning the only exceptions are for students who have a 3.2 GPA, are over 21, are married, live with a parent or guardian within 35 miles of campus or have a dependent child at home.
Let’s be honest. No one likes to lose. And for those possessing a healthy ego, defeat is an especially unbearable prospect.