NEWS


5/11/2017, 9:07pm

GBLUES to remain open following negotiations

The Shippensburg University Grace B. Luhrs University Elementary School (GBLUES) will remain open for at least five more years, following the Shippensburg Area School District (SASD) board’s approval of a new agreement during a meeting Monday evening.


4/24/2017, 8:53pm

Last Lecture series continues at SU

A Shippensburg University professor continued the Last Lecture Series by giving a lecture as if it were his last on April 18 in the Cora I. Grove Spiritual Center.


4/24/2017, 8:38pm

SU’s presidential search continues

The search for a permanent replacement for former Shippensburg University President George “Jody” Harpster continues this week, with several information sessions being held each day for a particular candidate.


4/24/2017, 8:33pm

Police briefs 4/14-4/21/17

Mckensi J. Washabaugh, 20, of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, was charged with driving under the influence and minors prohibited from operating a vehicle with alcohol in system in connection with an incident that occurred April 14. Anna Marie Davis, 19, of Seavers Hall was charged with underage drinking at the same time.


4/24/2017, 8:31pm

Bridge opens for business

Shippensburg community members raced, ran, rode and rambled to celebrate the ribbon-cutting of the Cumberland Valley Rail Trail bridge and Shippensburg extension on Sunday afternoon.


4/24/2017, 8:01pm

The Slate, WSYC celebrate six decades of service at SU

Shippensburg University’s WSYC and The Slate alumni congregated in Reisner Dining Hall’s Tuscarora Room Saturday night to reminisce and celebrate the two student media group’s six decades-long legacies.


4/17/2017, 9:37pm

Police briefs 4/10-4/12/17

Hit and run in the F/S-1 parking lot A staff member from the athletics department came to the university police station April 10 to report damage to his black 2013 Kia.