As Election Day nears, students are looking for ways to get out to the polls. One campus group, ShipVotes, is campaigning to have professors lift absence penalties to further encourage students to vote.
Shippensburg University officials announced the new Anti-Racism Institute at the university in a press release. Officials created the program to continue the conversation of the national racial awakening.
Senioritis: An decades-old phenomenon afflicting those who are nearing the end of a term of education. This feeling often strikes students during their final year in education, hopefully toward the end.
With a global pandemic brewing and flu season on the way, officials at Shippensburg University’s Etter Health Center are preparing and implementing plans to keep students safe and healthy this semester.
Lance Hines-Butts has had a vision for campus unity at Shippensburg University campus since his sophomore year. Next week, this vision will become reality as Diversity Week, a full week of programming focused on educating and celebrating the diversity on campus.
Pennsylvania is often a deciding state in the presidential election; however, during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic many voters are opting for a mail-in ballot, but a new ruling from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court could prevent thousands of votes from being counted.
The Women’s Center at Shippensburg University celebrated the 19th Amendment over Zoom with a panel of speakers from both on- and off-campus organizations. Speakers paid tribute to those who fought for the right and the diversity among them. Many speakers addressed the importance of voting in the upcoming elections and encouraged attendees to register to vote.