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2/1/2022, 12:00pm

34th March for Humanity, first held since March 2020

For the first time in two years, students held the annual MLK March for Humanity. On Thursday, Jan. 27 over 120 students, faculty and staff gathered outside of Old Main for the march. The march is sponsored by the African American Organization (AFRO-AM) and the office of Multicultural Students Affairs (MSA) and has not been held since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.


2/1/2022, 12:00pm

Chambersburg revokes housing NDO, impacts surrounding communities

Shippensburg University has created several initiates from administrative efforts to student groups that seek to support the diverse body of students and faculty in the SU community. The annual Diversity Week and the recent implementation of the Hate Has No Home Here campaign are only a few of the ways that SU has shown its support.


2/1/2022, 12:00pm

Vandalism at campus farm

Recently, there have been incidents of vandalism at the campus farm, which led to destruction of farm supplies and a lost harvest.


2/1/2022, 12:00pm

Skylar Walder: who, why, how

In seventh grade, Skylar Walder stopped in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, as a pit stop on the way home to northern New Jersey. It wasn’t until high school that she rediscovered Shippensburg through a poster in her teacher’s classroom. Now, Walder is an amicable and recognizable face on campus.


2/1/2022, 12:00pm

Johnson keeps men’s hoops in first

Junior Rashon Johnson led the Shippensburg University men’s basketball team to two Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) wins this week over Bloomsburg and East Stroudsburg universities. 


1/25/2022, 12:00pm

New beginnings through campus community and connection

Spring semesters are always exciting. For some students, it is their last semester at Shippensburg, while others feel a renewed confidence after completing the previous fall semester. This confidence is not unearned as many of us dealt with numerous hardships stemming from the pandemic.


1/25/2022, 12:00pm

The Slate Speaks: Voting legislation raises valuable conversations

On Jan. 19, two bills regarding voting rights were passed in the U.S. House of Representatives, but blocked in the Senate after the Democratic Party failed to change the bills’ filibuster rules. The John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement and the Freedom to Vote Act both faced an uphill battle, as Republicans had earlier blocked attempts at combining voting rights bills put forth by Democratic senators. Despite the Republican Party’s continued refusal to budge on the issue, Democrats continued to push forward in order to highlight the importance of the topic and force debate.


1/25/2022, 12:00pm

Your World Today Commentary: Broadening your skills while following your passion

When I started my college journey, I was one of the few who knew without a doubt what they wanted to do for a living. I had the privilege of feeling secure in my choice and was ready to dedicate the next four years to learn as much as I could about the ins and outs of journalism. This confidence helped me push through the tedious and hard courses, but it also had a downside.


1/25/2022, 12:00pm

Gilbert Hall lot adds commuter parking

Effective for the spring semester, 13 parking spaces in the FS-1 lot behind Gilbert Hall have been redesignated for student commuter parking, according to the Shippensburg University Police Department. The new commuter parking spaces are located at the west end of the parking lot and are marked with commuter parking signs.