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Dietrich (left) and Ott both attended SU as social work majors. They say
Members of the Shippensburg community stood hand-in-hand Oct. 17 to show solidarity as “one community” following a shooting that rocked the community.
Mike Stockwell, of New York, speaks with a member of the crowd. This is the third year religious demonstrators have been spotted on Shippensburg University's campus in the fall for "sin awareness."
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CARLISLE, Pa. — State police Tuesday filed drug charges against two people involved in the shooting incident Sunday night in Shippensburg Township.
State Police Lt. Mark Magyar (second from left) announced charges Tuesday in the shooting incident in Shippensburg Sunday night.
Theatre practicum students will perform “Everybody” by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins in Memorial Auditorium starting Nov. 6 and ending Nov. 10.
Six-time Grammy Award-winning musician Ronnie Milsap performed at H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Oct. 4.
Junior English major Luke Hershey read poems from his childhood memories aloud at the Open Mic Night on Sept. 30 in McFeely’s Cafe.
Students Ashley Jacobs and Thomas Morrow hold a motivational poster containing positive notes including “you are strong,” “you are brave” and “keep your head up” to support domestic abuse survivors.
A fire fighter from the Shippensburg Fire Department washes down the scene after Sunday night's shooting.