A Shippensburg woman was charged with embezzlement on April 11, after reports were received of her alleged criminal wrongdoing while under employment of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE)’s Women’s Consortium.
Audience members roared with laugher and applause Wednesday evening at Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center as Sherman Alexie wove ideas of cultural competence and personal stories together.
Student Government candidates convened in the Shippensburg University McFeely’s Coffeehouse on Thursday evening to discuss the reasons why they should be elected to Student Government for the 2017–18 school year.
Students and faculty convened in Shippensburg University’s Old Main Chapel on Thursday evening to listen to Robin Fleming’s lecture on how the end of the Roman Empire in Britain affected plants, animals and places.
Joseph F. Demarco, 18, of McCune Hall, Jacob S. Pollock, 18, of Seavers Hall and Alexandra P. Albert, 20, of Clear Spring, Maryland, were charged with underage drinking in connection with an incident that occurred March 18.
Pennsylvania’s physician general Dr. Rachel Levine addressed the audience in Shippensburg University’s Old Main Chapel on March 27 on issues concerning the LGBT community, including sex, drugs and gender identity.
Speakers from Millersville University (MU) gave a special presentation in Shippensburg University’s Old Main Chapel on Tuesday to introduce a one-of-a-kind disabilities program to the Shippensburg community.
Maker of the iconic rainbow flag used to represent the LGBT community, Gilbert Baker, died in New York City over the weekend, which reminded many people of the long history of LGBT Americans’ fight for equality.