The Black Lives Matter movement is now stronger than ever after recent events involving the deaths of Black lives at the hands of police officers who pledge to serve and protect the integrity of all lives.
With COVID-19 coronavirus cases and political injustice on the rise in America, it is hard to think positive on what the future holds. According to The Guardian, anxiety levels are spiking as the pandemic continues. For some, the pandemic is stressful, and creates fear and anxiety among many Americans.
Shippensburg University pitcher Kyle Lysy, a senior and catcher Chase Zurawski, junior are back on the diamond after a three-month absence from the game due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Shippensburg University’s spring class of 2020 will get to celebrate its graduation in a modified in-person ceremony to make up for the cancelation of the traditional May ceremony because of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Shippensburg University outfielder Kayla Bonawitz is a member of the 2020 Academic All-District 2 Softball Team after being selected by the College Sports Information Directors Association of America (CoSIDA).
Classes will begin Aug. 17, one week prior to the pre-pandemic schedule listed on ship.edu, and conclude on campus at Thanksgiving break. Finals will remotely occur after Thanksgiving break, according to officials.
There will be no fall break in October, students will instead have to wait until Nov. 23 and 24.
Picture the Dunkin’ Donuts line in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) between 8-10 a.m. on weekdays. Now picture that same line with the same number of people, but this time they are spaced 6 feet apart for social distancing. The line would weave throughout the entire building.
A Shippensburg University group that recognizes excellence announced the winners of the 2020 Student Life Awards.
Leader@SHIP announced the full list of winners, celebrating the Shippensburg University campus community members as an unconventional spring semester drew to a close.
“I don’t need to be a ‘big writer,’ I just want to write about ‘big things,’” said Noel Miller, the newly hired editor of The Slate news section.
Miller is the Slater of the Month for October because of her passion for journalism and willingness to learn.
Although Shippensburg University has made many strides toward achieving transparency that should not be discounted, I feel there are several issues the administration has not yet addressed that need to be resolved as it moves forward into a new post-pandemic academic year.
As the semester is coming to an end, students are pushing through the dreaded finals week to start summer break. There are a variety of things you can do this summer to better yourself while also relaxing.
As the light at the end of the COVID-19 coronavirus tunnel ever so slowly materializes, a difficult decision burdens the signal-callers of the world of sports: Should professional sports leagues reboot their seasons, even if the structure of the product does not resemble what it was designed to be?