Shippensburg University’s ROTC battalion hosted its annual Veteran’s Day ceremony on Friday, honoring those who have served in the U.S. military and raising awareness of the affect American support has on soldiers serving overseas.
Family, friends and Shippensburg community members gathered in Shippensburg University’s Old Main Chapel on Friday to mourn the loss of former head football coach and Dean of Students David “Dave” Dolbin Jr.
Millennials are the first generation to grow up in a world where global climate change is recognized as a very real phenomenon that threatens the world, but when it comes to taking action they are met with confusion.
The search for the next Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) chancellor has begun, with a Board of Governors (BoG)’s search committee intent to find a permanent replacement to former Chancellor Frank Brogan by the end of next summer.
“Pick a destination and go there. The world looks different once you have,” said Shippensburg University counseling professor Kurt Kraus during his presentation, “Scaling the Heights of Happiness in the Kingdom of Bhutan.”
In an email sent to Shippensburg University students on Monday, SU President Laurie Carter announced that David Lovett, current dean of students, will now serve as the interim vice president for enrollment management and student success as a part of the university’s reorganization process.
Shippensburg University’s Army ROTC Raider Battalion kicked off its annual Veteran’s Day festivities on Monday, and will conclude with a ceremony on Friday in acknowledgment of the sacrifices made by current and former members of the U.S. military.
Shippensburg University’s Student Government Association (SGA) approved the fundraising suspension, or “tabling” privileges, for SU’s chapter of the Kappa Beta Gamma (KBG) sorority during SGA’s Nov. 2 meeting.
Eight students from a school in Northern France visited Shippensburg University as part of a partnership with SU that allows students from each school to experience what it is like attending school in different areas of the world.
Shippensburg University placed fifth in the national Outdoor Nation challenge, with members of the Shippensburg community putting down their cell phones and competing against 55 schools in outdoor activities such as hiking, bird watching and yoga.