4/23/2018, 10:24pm

Students map Hornbaker Wetland with drones

Nineteen students enrolled in Advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS 3) with Scott Drzyzga, a geography and earth science professor at Shippensburg University, replaced textbooks with drones for a day, and stepped outside of boxy classroom walls to get knee-deep in the melted snow-soaked Hornbaker Wetland. 

4/16/2018, 10:04pm

Police briefs 4/10/18 - 4/16/18

Dishawn S. Vance, of Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, reported to university police on April 14 at approximately 3 p.m. that the license plate was missing from her 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt, which at the time was parked in the Reisner Dining Hall parking lot. 

4/16/2018, 9:56pm

Panel shares their LGBT experiences

“HERstory, HIStory, THEIRstory, THEMstory: Resilience and Resistance,” a panel of storytelling by three regional speakers, was held at Shippensburg University’s Old Main Chapel on Monday evening.  

4/16/2018, 9:43pm

Professor debuts second novel

“Transforming historical people into characters is my favorite technique of writing historical fiction,” said Shippensburg University English professor Kim van Alkemade during a reading of her new book “Bachelor Girl” on Thursday evening in Old Main Chapel. 

3/27/2018, 1:18pm

Police reports 3/20/18 - 3/26/18

Emily G Anderson, 19, of Boonsboro, Maryland, was charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred on March 18 at approximately 1:30 a.m.