NEWS


11/13/2018, 2:13pm

APB to host spring concert experience

The Shippensburg University Activities Program Board (APB) recently announced its annual concert through social media updates and drawings on sidewalks around campus.


11/6/2018, 12:00am

Center created to help presentation skills

Shippensburg University’s Human Communications Department created a communications center for students to better their presentation skills and provide guidance for problems they may be having.


11/3/2018, 11:31am

Weather impacts local pumpkin patches

The perpetual rain Pennsylvania endured this summer not only affected the moods of the state’s residents but also the health of the area’s pumpkin patches. The shortage of pumpkins does not mean no pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving, but for students looking to carve up some Jack-O-Lanterns, the pumpkin problems may put a damper on their wallets. 


9/25/2018, 2:36pm

Constitution Day sparks personal connection

“If it wasn’t for that impossibly brave man, doing that impossibly brave thing, I wouldn’t be here today because I never would have been born,” said Steven Lichtman, a Shippensburg University political science professor.


9/11/2018, 1:00pm

PASSHE chancellor assumes role

Since Frank Brogan’s departure in September 2017, the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) searched for a new chancellor. 


8/28/2018, 12:55pm

SU welcomes crew of '22

Shippensburg University welcomed new students to campus during fall Welcome Week with events and activities to help them meet new students and learn about the campus. 


7/20/2018, 10:55am

PASSHE passes second smallest tuition increase in a decade

Last Thursday, the Board of Governors (BoG) of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) passed a $112-a-semester tuition increase for the 2018-19 academic year — the second smallest increase in more than a decade, according to a PASSHE press release.


5/14/2018, 9:09pm

SU hosts spring commencement ceremony

Friends and family members of Shippensburg University’s Class of 2018 congregated in Seth Grove Stadium Saturday morning for the spring commencement ceremony, with some clutching handmade signs to cheer on their graduates.


4/30/2018, 9:36pm

PASSHE’s fate boils down to five paths

A state-commissioned study by the RAND Corporation provided five possibilities for the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) universities to combat the issues of rising tuition and falling enrollment rates.