NEWS


12/4/2017, 9:35pm

SGA, PSECU to award students with scholarships

Shippensburg University’s Student Government Association (SGA) is partnering with the Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union (PSECU) to provide a select number of SU students with scholarships next semester. 


12/4/2017, 9:30pm

Police briefs 12/5/17

Stephen J. Skarlatos was charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct in connection with an incident that occurred on Dec. 1. 


12/4/2017, 9:17pm

SU program ranked 17th by College Choice

Shippensburg University’s doctor of business administration (DBA) graduate program was ranked 17th in the nation by College Choice this year, based upon SU’s reputation, graduate rate, selectivity and faculty resources. 


11/27/2017, 8:30pm

Police briefs 11/28/17

Chandler Whitney, of Beaverton, Oregon, came to the SU police department on Oct. 26 to report that his 2017 Acura RDX had been struck by another vehicle. 


11/27/2017, 8:25pm

Recruitment campaign focuses on SU student experiences

With the introduction of a new voucher, Shippensburg University’s administration is allowing potential students to submit an application for admission at a reduced price in conjunction with the administration’s latest effort to improve SU’s visibility and enrollment rates. 


11/27/2017, 8:24pm

TLC star advocates for body acceptance

Laughter erupted from the audience as Whitney Way Thore shared how her life changed once she started her No Body Shame campaign, as well as how others can start their journey to become body positive. 


11/27/2017, 8:18pm

Sociology professor examines divided state of America

Shippensburg University’s Grove Hall Forum was crowded with students waiting to hear Arlie Hochschild from the University of California, Berkeley, to speak on the “Divided States of America.”