3/6/2018, 2:51am

Honors program to become college

Shippensburg University’s Honors Program will officially become The Wood Honors College in the fall of 2018, and the full curriculum change will take place in the fall of 2019, which also marks the 35th anniversary of honors education at SU. 

2/26/2018, 10:04pm

Students rally at capital

Students from Shippensburg University and the other 13 Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) universities traveled to the Capitol building in Harrisburg on Thursday for the annual advocacy event at which students urge lawmakers to fund state schools. 

2/19/2018, 10:39pm

Changes made to dining services

Shippensburg University’s dining services have undergone a variety of changes during the 2017–18 school year, including the implementation of new programs and the closing of “Chop N Wrap,” previously known as “Chickendipity.” 

2/12/2018, 10:23pm

Club sets $20K record

The Shippensburg University Investment Club hit a record return of 26 percent last year and has grown their investment to more than $20,000. 

1/29/2018, 8:11pm

PASSHE chancellor search underway

The Pennsylvania Board of Governors (BoG) has finalized the criteria that will be used to choose the next chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE). 

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