The recently-established Student Civility Initiative (SCI) will begin its campus outreach this week by holding four “Ship Values” discussion sessions. The meetings were to begin Monday, but the Monday session was canceled because of bad weather.
When our parents were growing up, it would not have been uncommon to see teenagers buying cigarettes. Smoking, in those days, was a social event; at one point you could smoke in restaurants, on airplanes and even while pregnant.
The Pennsylvania Global and Education Hub, which comprises both public and private colleges and universities in the state, has signed two new international partnership agreements with educational facilities in India.
Despite frigid single-digit temperatures, Shippensburg University students, faculty and members of the community came together to honor and celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Thursday evening at the 32nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. March for Humanity.
When students go away to college, the last thing they might think to pack is a suit and tie or a long dress skirt. Luckily for students at Shippensburg University, the Raider Ready Professional Dress Closet has them covered.
If you’ve been near the Shippensburg Station on the corner of East Fort Street and North Earl Street on Friday during lunchtime, you may have caught a whiff of some pulled pork, brisket or even some bacon pepper poppers.