NEWS


12/4/2017, 9:50pm

Students open up with monologues

Shippensburg University’s Residence Hall Association (RHA)’s black culture in the U.S. Cultural Connection held an event on Nov. 29 in McFeely’s Coffeehouse titled “The Black Monologues.”


11/27/2017, 8:25pm

Recruitment campaign focuses on SU student experiences

With the introduction of a new voucher, Shippensburg University’s administration is allowing potential students to submit an application for admission at a reduced price in conjunction with the administration’s latest effort to improve SU’s visibility and enrollment rates. 


11/13/2017, 8:49pm

“Ship’s Got Balls” raises cancer awareness

This year, one in 263 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer, and more than half of patients will wait for their condition to become severe before reporting their symptoms to a doctor, according to cancer.org.  


11/6/2017, 9:41pm

Immigration forum enlightens students

“That’s not in my department.” “You’re wasting my time, come on!” “Don’t you know any better? Move on, move on!” shouted the faculty at the students.


11/1/2017, 3:34pm

Student commended for LGBT advocacy

Shippensburg University student Trent Bauer got the surprise of his life when he was called out of the audience of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to be recognized for improving the presence of the LGBT community on SU’s campus.


10/25/2017, 6:32pm

SU students challenge religious demonstrator on quad

A self-described Christian man held a protest on the Shippensburg University campus on Wednesday afternoon, yelling anti-gay remarks and drawing a large crowd of students to the academic quad.


10/23/2017, 9:37pm

Homecoming king, queen crowned during football game

Cody Olson and Karla Moses were crowned Shippensburg University’s homecoming king and queen on Saturday afternoon during halftime at SU’s football game against Millersville University. 


10/17/2017, 5:50pm

Wolfe family hosts press conference in Luhrs

During a press conference at Shippensburg University yesterday, 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. 


10/12/2017, 12:59am

SU president looks forward

Seated in a conference room in the Shippensburg University president’s office, President Laurie Carter discussed her past as well as her professional experiences, and the challenges still facing SU midway through her first semester as the university’s 17th president. 


10/2/2017, 11:24pm

Rally promotes campus unity

Shippensburg University students and faculty rallied together to promote peace and equality at the United We Stand rally Thursday evening. 


9/25/2017, 8:35pm

DACA termination sparks SU discussion

While talk of the termination of the United States’ Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program continues to circulate through the national media, the conversation made its way to Shippensburg University on Thursday evening in the form of a criminal justice symposium. 


9/18/2017, 7:22pm

PASSHE chancellor to visit SU

Less than a week after assuming her new role as interim chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE), Karen Whitney has already visited two PASSHE universities, with plans to visit the other 12 universities in the coming weeks. 


9/3/2017, 9:02pm

SU police department hosts annual picnic

Shippensburg University’s campus police officers traded in their uniforms and parking tickets Thursday evening to host the police department’s second annual picnic. 


9/1/2017, 2:59pm

Bike sharing program introduced at SU

Shippensburg University President Laurie Carter cut the ceremonial ribbon this afternoon to introduce the new ShipShare program which allows students, faculty and staff to borrow bicycles from the Ezra Lehman Memorial Library.