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11/2/2021, 12:00pm

Football comes from behind to win at ESU

The Shippensburg University football team extended its winning streak over East Stroudsburg University to six consecutive games after rallying for a 24-23 win on Saturday at Gregory Douds-Field at Eiler Martin Stadium.


11/2/2021, 12:00pm

Volleyball splits PSAC matches

This weekend the Shippensburg University women’s volleyball team split both their PSAC matches against Kutztown and East Stroudsburg Universities. The action started Friday night as the Raiders hosted Kutztown University. 


11/2/2021, 12:00pm

Horoscopes by two mean Scorpios: November

Want to know what the future has in store? Look to the stars with two mean Scorpio women to see what your month holds. Let us know what you think or if we got it right by sending an email to slate.shiplife@gmail.com.


10/26/2021, 12:00pm

Homecoming coronation 2021 returns to tradition

2021 welcomed the return of crowning royalty at the homecoming football game. Hayley Anderson and Abdulomar Tucker were crowned as this year’s Homecoming Royalty. For the first time in SU history, a dog was part of the entourage. 


10/26/2021, 12:00pm

Mens soccer falls to Millersville and Shepherd

The Shippensburg men’s soccer team fell in both of their matches this week by a single goal. On Wednesday the Raiders faced off against Millersville University at David See Field. The Raiders lost to the Marauders 4-3. On Saturday the Raiders fell at Shepherd University 2-1.


10/26/2021, 12:00pm

Football wins big, 38-7

The Shippensburg University football team beat Millersville University 38-7 on a rainy Saturday at Seth Grove Stadium in front of a packed homecoming weekend crowd.


10/26/2021, 12:00pm

Meet Shippensburg University Alumni

Shippensburg University alumni gathered behind Seth Grove Stadium to tailgate for the Homecoming football game on Saturday, Oct. 23. Despite the overcast weather, alumni got together to celebrate their Raider pride. Alumni reconnected with student organizations, friends and enjoyed perks from the Alumni Association tent. The Slate spoke with some alumni at the SU tailgate to hear stories recounted by many generations of alumni.