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.
Dim light washed over the faces of murmuring Shippensburg University faculty, students and community members in the Old Main Chapel on Thursday night as they waited in anticipation to hear the words of a Guggenheim Award recipient.
During a press conference at Shippensburg University on Oct. 16, the brother of Shippensburg elementary wrestling coach Bill Wolfe Jr. recounted the events that occurred during the mass shooting in Las Vegas that led to the death of Wolfe and 58 others.
Miles E. Albritton, 18, of Naugle Hall, was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in connection with an incident that occurred on Oct. 6 in the student recreation area.
The Pennsylvania Board of Governors (BoG) approved a redesign of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) on Wednesday, promising a reorganization of leadership and a renewed focus on student success.
With a little more than two months at the president’s desk, Laurie Carter is setting her sights on Shippensburg University’s major problem — a declining enrollment rate — but this is not going to be an easy beast to take down.
More than 130 organizations filled Shippensburg University’s ShipRec on Thursday afternoon to speak with undergraduate and graduate students about internships and job opportunities at the fall Career Fair.