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Shippensburg University’s Student Government Association (SGA) has announced Makayla Glass as the new president, Isaac Dietrich as vice president of internal affairs, Logan Wert as vice president of external affairs, Ramses Ovalles as vice president of finance and Meredith Scarr as vice president of student groups for the 2019-20 Executive Rules Committee (ERC).
Shippensburg University is taking feedback from its UNIV 101: First Year Seminar course to make adjustments to the course to further improve the experience of first-year students and increase retention rates.
The Shippensburg University registrar’s office recently unveiled a new scheduling system intended to improve students’ experiences while adding or dropping classes, as well as tracking their course progress.
Students are invited to attend a rally for funding of Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education colleges at the Harrisburg’s Capitol building to make their voices heard by legislators.
The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team narrowly missed out on a spot in the NCAA Division II Championship tournament after losing in the quarterfinals of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) tournament to West Chester University, 89–72, on March 13 from the Golden Rams’ home court.
The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team ground out a tough 71-70 win against Lock Haven University in the first round of the PSAC Championship tournament Monday night at Heiges Field House.
Our Arts & Entertainment section is thrilled to introduce the A&E Podcast, a new series highlighting a variety of topics in pop culture and entertainment. This week, A&E Editor Jonathan Bergmueller and Asst. A&E Editor Michael Donegan are joined by Opinion Editor Shane Kaliszewski to talk about this week's Arts & Entertainment stories, the Jonas Brothers' return, Marvel, "Alita: Battle Angel", Scarlett Johansson, Post Malone, Mongolian throat singing and more.
A couple different sports at Shippensburg University are about to kick off their national tournament seasons, and a handful of Raiders are preparing to put on their best performances of the season.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team dropped its final two games of the year and will miss the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) playoffs.
The hard work of the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team this season resulted in the team being able to make it into the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championships tournament once again.
The Shippensburg University men’s basketball team put an exclamation point on another 20-win regular season with a pair of wins this week over West Chester and Bloomsburg universities.
Michael Cohen testified before Congress for a second time on Feb. 27.
The U.S. House passed a gun bill, which is called the “Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2019,” on Feb 27. What the new bill is and what it would mean for the average American is that now everyone needs a background check in order to start the process of buying a gun.
Heading to Sheetz last week, I walked past three little girls, who were probably 8 years old, selling Girl Scout cookies.
As we round the corner finishing a bizarre start to 2019 filled with extreme winter weather, it is easy to picture what an emergency looks like.
Shippensburg University held its first session of the Brew Science Speaker Series on Feb. 28 with earth science and geography professor Alison Feeney.
Shippensburg University’s Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) collaborated with the Resident Hall Association (RHA) to host “Live at the Apollo,” which was an event to celebrate black history and culture last Thursday in Orndorff Theatre.
Shippensburg University’s Act V Theatre Co. held its first One Act Festival in the Memorial Auditorium on Feb. 28, March 1 and March 2.
As spring break approaches, students may be getting anxious for relaxation and fun.
If it was not for the “DoNut Alley” sign at the end of a narrow, dimly-lit street in Hagerstown, it could be easy to drive by Krumpe’s Do-nuts and have no idea that it is there.