NEWS


10/25/2017, 6:32pm

SU students challenge religious demonstrator on quad

A self-described Christian man held a protest on the Shippensburg University campus on Wednesday afternoon, yelling anti-gay remarks and drawing a large crowd of students to the academic quad.


10/23/2017, 9:45pm

Family of shooting victim shares story

During a press conference at Shippensburg University on Oct. 16, the brother of Shippensburg elementary wrestling coach Bill Wolfe Jr. recounted the events that occurred during the mass shooting in Las Vegas that led to the death of Wolfe and 58 others. 


10/23/2017, 9:43pm

Police briefs 10/23/17

Miles E. Albritton, 18, of Naugle Hall, was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 6 in the student recreation area. 


10/23/2017, 9:38pm

Student groups to raise money for Make-A-Wish

Shippensburg University’s Activities Program Board (APB) and Student Government Association (SGA) will be hosting fundraisers for the Make-A-Wish foundation leading up to the fall concert. 


10/23/2017, 9:37pm

Homecoming king, queen crowned during football game

Cody Olson and Karla Moses were crowned Shippensburg University’s homecoming king and queen on Saturday afternoon during halftime at SU’s football game against Millersville University. 


10/23/2017, 9:31pm

SU student recognized for LGBT advocacy

Monday, a Shippensburg University student was featured on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show, “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” to discuss his philanthropy within the LGBT community on the SU campus. 


10/17/2017, 5:50pm

Wolfe family hosts press conference in Luhrs

During a press conference at Shippensburg University yesterday, the brother of Shippensburg elementary wrestling coach Bill Wolfe Jr. recounted the events that occurred during the mass shooting in Las Vegas that led to the death of Wolfe and 58 others. 


10/12/2017, 12:59am

SU president looks forward

Seated in a conference room in the Shippensburg University president’s office, President Laurie Carter discussed her past as well as her professional experiences, and the challenges still facing SU midway through her first semester as the university’s 17th president. 


10/9/2017, 10:13pm

CCEC hosts year’s largest career fair

More than 130 organizations filled Shippensburg University’s ShipRec on Thursday afternoon to speak with undergraduate and graduate students about internships and job opportunities at the fall Career Fair. 


10/9/2017, 10:10pm

New focus on students, tuition

Amid a transition period within the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) and its universities, the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF) is prepared to continue its focus on students and lowering the cost of the state’s tuition.