9/18/2017, 7:22pm

PASSHE chancellor to visit SU

Less than a week after assuming her new role as interim chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE), Karen Whitney has already visited two PASSHE universities, with plans to visit the other 12 universities in the coming weeks. 

9/18/2017, 7:19pm

Author shares inspiration for debut novel

Eucabeth Odhiambo, Shippensburg University associate professor of education, introduced her debut novel, which examines the impact of HIV/AIDS in Kenya and how it inspired her during the writing process Thursday evening in SU’s Old Main Chapel. 

9/11/2017, 9:20pm

Police briefs 8/3-9/3/17

Bicycle stolen from outside of Lackhove Hall A female minor reported a theft to SU police on Aug. 3 while attending a summer camp on campus.

9/11/2017, 8:54pm

Communication/Journalism department announces new chair

With the start of each semester comes numerous changes, and Shippensburg University’s Communication/Journalism Department was no exception after announcing several personnel changes beginning this semester. 

9/3/2017, 9:02pm

SU police department hosts annual picnic

Shippensburg University’s campus police officers traded in their uniforms and parking tickets Thursday evening to host the police department’s second annual picnic. 

9/1/2017, 2:59pm

Bike sharing program introduced at SU

Shippensburg University President Laurie Carter cut the ceremonial ribbon this afternoon to introduce the new ShipShare program which allows students, faculty and staff to borrow bicycles from the Ezra Lehman Memorial Library. 

8/29/2017, 3:50pm

SU president introduces herself, welcomes students to campus

Welcome to the 2017–18 academic year at Ship.  Whether you are a first-year student just beginning your Ship experience or a senior working toward graduation in May, I hope you are as excited about the upcoming year as I am to start my first year as Shippensburg University president. 

8/29/2017, 1:36pm

Annual Corn Festival attracted thousands

Shippensburg’s 37th annual corn festival kicked off Saturday morning, containing both new and traditional events such as live music, an antique auto show and a corn-eating contest.

7/24/2017, 4:03pm

Frank Brogan retires as PASSHE chancellor of education

The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) will begin searching for a new chancellor of education following the announcement of current Chancellor Frank Brogan’s plans to retire Sept. 1.