10/22/2019, 12:00pm

Your World Today: Journalists above all value safety, privacy of sources

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.

10/1/2019, 12:00pm

SU continues two-year on campus living requirement

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.

9/17/2019, 12:00am

Your World Today: Plagiarism of media easier today than ever before

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. 

9/17/2019, 12:00am

9/11 victims remembered at memorial

Students, staff and members of the administration gathered in the academic quad on Wednesday around 10 a.m. to attend the memorial, hosted by Shippensburg University ROTC and Veteran Students of America.

9/17/2019, 12:00am

Freshmen vie for SGA positions

Freshman Student Government Association candidates took to the stage in McFeely’s Cafe last Thursday to convince the student body why they should be elected as one of the next freshman SGA senators. 

9/10/2019, 3:26pm

Corn Fest returns to Ship

The 39th annual Shippensburg Corn Festival filled King Street with thousands of people on the last Saturday in August.