3/19/2018, 8:14pm

Dinner and lecture shows how food can connect to history

The Shippensburg University Department of History and Philosophy hosted a lecture titled, “History in Your Hands: What The Burrito Tells Us About World History” by Jonathan Reynolds, professor of history at Northern Kentucky University, on March 5.

3/6/2018, 3:00am

Case to debate school funding

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court will hear oral arguments from the lawsuit, William Penn School District v. PA Department of Education, that challenges inequitable and inadequate school funding in Pennsylvania on Wednesday morning. 

3/6/2018, 2:40am

Lecture reveals truth of depression

Sharon O’Brien, professor of English and American studies at Dickinson College, spoke at Shippensburg University as part of its disability studies spring lecture on Thursday evening in the Old Main Chapel. 

2/26/2018, 10:35pm

State police reports 2/20/18 - 2/26/18

Frank Varnauskas, 33, of Newville, was driving northbound behind a vehicle in Southampton Township on Thursday around 5:40 p.m. when he began to pass the vehicle on a double yellow line. 

2/26/2018, 10:25pm

Message from President Carter

Hello campus community,  It is with pride that I update you on the good work of our students and programs.

2/26/2018, 10:15pm

Panel emphasizes diplomacy

The Shippensburg University Grove Forum was filled with students, faculty and community members, leaving standing room only, last Thursday for a presentation and guest panel hosted by the political science department. 

2/19/2018, 10:47pm

Speaker recalls historic trial

Eric Rothschild shared his experiences as lead trial counsel during the Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District trial on Thursday night in the Ceddia Union Building’s Orndorff Theater. 

2/19/2018, 10:44pm

Police Briefs 2/13/18 - 2/19/18

Tanner O. Kaurudar, 21, of Kieffer Hall, was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in connection with an incident that occurred on Jan. 29.