2/8/2022, 12:00pm

The Slate Speaks: Bookstore Difficulties

Recently, as in previous semesters, students have voiced concerns about the campus bookstore. These issues include a lack of selection, availability and communication from the bookstore. Students receiving emails stating that their books are ready to be picked up, yet upon arrival, the books are not there. As many courses are dependent on textbook knowledge for quizzes, tests, lectures and other material, this is a setback for professors and students alike. 

2/8/2022, 12:00pm

Black History Month across campus

February ushers in the celebration of Black History Month across the nation. Shippensburg University students, faculty, staff and administrators are hosting a variety of programming with opportunities to learn, celebrate and talk.

2/8/2022, 12:00pm

Baseball drops season opening series

The Shippensburg Baseball team opened their 2022 season this past weekend. The Raiders traveled down to Gastonia, North Carolina for a three game series against Belmont Abbey College (4-0).  

2/8/2022, 12:00am

Pre-Valentine’s Day reminder

As the day of chocolates and love letters approaches rapidly, I’ve decided to do the general populous a favor and remind everyone in relationships of what things your significant other would probably appreciate on this obligatory celebration. 

2/1/2022, 12:00pm

Spring student ensembles return with a pep in their step

Nearly every day of the week, Shippensburg’s musically inclined students gather on the Luhrs Performing Arts Center stage to rehearse in a variety of ensembles. Members of the SU Pep Band express excitement for upcoming events as they perform for basketball game attendees.