Shippensburg University’s Old Main Chapel was filled to near capacity as students and members of the community gathered to celebrate the beginning of Women’s History Month and listen to guest speaker Army Maj. Lisa Jaster on Thursday.
An earthquake felt in the Shippensburg area that occurred Tuesday around 7 p.m. was originally believed to have a 1.5 magnitude with an epicenter north of Roxbury Road, however, recent reports by the Lahmont-Doherty Earth Observatory show a 1.09 magnitude with an epicenter located near Rowe Run Road.
The recently-established Student Civility Initiative (SCI) will begin its campus outreach this week by holding four “Ship Values” discussion sessions. The meetings were to begin Monday, but the Monday session was canceled because of bad weather.
As journalists, we really only have two things; a copier that frequently malfunctions and our integrity. They say that the pen is mightier than the sword, but this only holds weight if the words being written are trusted to be true.
Criticism of journalists is nothing new. This is why we at The Slate were not entirely surprised to face some of it ourselves this past week after releasing what was supposed to be our last issue of the year.
Two different sexual assaults were reported by Shippensburg University students — one man faces multiple criminal charges while a felony rape charge has been filed against the other man — according to PennLive.
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) was created in 1989 as a space for minority students to have their voices heard, but today it has grown as an organization which houses about 20 other organizations under its title.