8/31/2021, 3:35pm

Your World Today Commentary

Many of us over the last year and a half, relied on food delivery, no-contact pickup and fast food. While customers began to feel more comfortable eating out as COVID-19 restrictions loosened, restaurants found themselves without enough staff to accommodate the long-awaited rush back to the normality of pre-pandemic days.  

8/24/2021, 3:53pm

SGA president welcomes Ship campus community

Dear Fellow Ship Raiders, Hello and Welcome to the 2021-2022 academic year. My name is Riley Brown and I am proud to serve as your Student Government president. To the class of 2025, welcome. We are glad you are joining our Ship Family. To our returning upperclassmen, welcome back to what will be an awesome year!

8/24/2021, 3:49pm

Move in: a glimpse of the familiar

First year students arrived at Shippensburg University during Welcome Week to start the fall semester. SU provided four days of activities to help first-year students become familiar with campus before the semester started. 

8/24/2021, 12:24pm

One injured in shooting near campus

 A non-fatal shooting in the 200 block of Queen Street was reported at 2:20 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 22, according to a Pennsylvania State Police report.  

8/11/2021, 7:00pm

SU to welcome students with familiar in-person campus life

 Lounges furnished with a handful of couches, plexiglass dividers separating the outside world from workers, half-filled classrooms that felt hollow and smiles that could only be seen in the eyes of masked faces. This is what the Shippensburg University campus looked like to keep its faculty, staff and students safe as they returned for the fall 2020 semester. 

5/28/2021, 3:30pm

Class of 2021 sets sail from SU

 The class of 2021 was greeted with clear skies and a bright sun at its commencement ceremonies Saturday May 15, burning away the pandemic-induced fog that shrouded last year’s graduation ceremonies. 

5/4/2021, 12:00pm

Your World Today Commentary: Thank you and (almost) goodbye

My time at Shippensburg University is quickly wrapping up. With graduation looming and only one more print edition of The Slate hitting newsstands next week, I am about to leave the place I called home for the past three-and-a-half years. I find myself sitting and reflecting as I begin to write the final lines in this chapter of my life.