2/4/2020, 12:00pm

SU addresses Coronavirus

A new respiratory virus was identified in Wuhan City, China, in 2019. Since then, thousands of cases have been identified and the virus has traveled to numerous countries including the United States.

2/4/2020, 12:00pm

PSECU, SGA offer scholarship opportunities

The Student Government Association (SGA) and Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union (PSECU) are offering 20 scholarships to Shippensburg University students for the Fall 2020 semester.

2/4/2020, 12:00pm

SGA hosts meet-and-greet

How often do you get to chat with a member of your own government?  The Student Government Association (SGA) hosted its second annual “Grub with the Gov” event in Reisner Dining Hall on Thursday. 

1/21/2020, 12:00pm

Former SU student charged in 2018 sexual assault

Charges were filed in April 2019 against two men who were accused of two separate sexual assault cases — one on campus in a Shippensburg University residence hall and another off-campus relating to incidents occurring in 2018.

1/21/2020, 12:00pm

PASSHE Chancellor gives annual update on system

“We are at a turning point. This year, with our partners, the general assembly, we will decide the course of public higher education in this commonwealth,” Pennsylvania State System of Education (PASSHE) Chancellor Daniel Greenstein said during his State of the System address on Jan. 15. “This year we will decide whether all Pennsylvanians — regardless of race, zip code or wealth — will have an affordable pathway into and beyond the middle class.”

On Oct. 24 2019, three men stationed themselves outside the Ezra Lehman Memorial Library at Shippensburg University shouting their beliefs at students. Their actions leave SU with a question: How should students contend with those with whom they disagree?

12/31/2019, 6:00pm

Loud and clear: What students can learn from campus demonstrations

 Three religious demonstrators seeking to save the students of Shippensburg University assembled in the academic quad and preached what they considered the Word of God. And while many in the community believe the men did not further civil discourse at SU, some believe their presence can be used as a jumping point to discuss how society can approach handling personal differences.