We live in a generation where everything is available in an instant. From news to Netflix to calculators that solve math problems for us, all that we consume is expected to be here and now, lest we get angry and put our foot through the computer or throw our phones into a lake.
Last Thursday, three men from various ministries positioned themselves in front of the Ezra Memorial Library in the academic quad to preach their religious beliefs. They delivered several stump speeches, but also spoke with individual members of the crowd.
If there’s one thing journalists take seriously, it is the safety and privacy of their sources. When journalists make a promise to protect a source, they often keep it even if it lands them in prison per a subpoena from a court. But many members of the public do not fully understand what sort of agreements have been used in the past.
A member of the Shippensburg University faculty Monday voiced concerns regarding the SU administration’s response to Sunday night’s shooting that left one person dead and another in critical condition.
For the start of the 2019-20 school year, Shippensburg University continued its new housing agreement policy for new students. First-year, transfer or readmitted students are required to live on campus for two years.
Something I starkly remember as a middle-schooler is my teachers’ drives to see us use Microsoft Office, specifically Powerpoint, as much as possible. It makes sense, in retrospect; our teachers wanted us to immerse ourselves in the easily accessible technology available at our fingertips to prepare us for our futures.