Hand-in-hand, together they stand.
Members of the Shippensburg community gathered on King Street Sunday just before the Veteran’s Day Parade to unite as a town against the recent troubles they have faced.
When strife rears its head, communities must stand hand-in-hand to face it. Members of the Shippensburg community will do just that this Sunday in the face of the recent troubles that have afflicted the town.
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.
With election day right around the corner, Shippensburg University’s Ship Votes is doing all it can to ensure students are prepared to go out and vote for the candidates of their choice in the upcoming election.
“Every day is a good day. Every day that we are working towards the benefit of this university is a good day,” said Shippensburg University President Laurie Carter Wednesday afternoon.
Carter sat down with members of The Slate staff to provide information and updates on recent events and campus initiatives.
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.
After a month of fundraising, community service and a weekend of festivities, the king and queen of Shippensburg University’s 2019 Homecoming Court were crowned Saturday afternoon at SU’s Homecoming football game against Millersville University.