As the new editor-in-chief of this paper, it falls upon me to carry on the “Your World Today,” column started by previous editor-in-chief Troy Okum and continued by my predecessor, Jenna Wise, to continue discussing topics of importance to Shippensburg University and its community.
Ramses Ovalles, 2019-20 vice president of finance, and Abdul Omar Tucker are both members of various organizations related to the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) who want to see an improvement in the office’s home, Gilbert Hall.
Let’s talk about sex. A discussion about sex can be uncomfortable, confusing and even downright mortifying — but it does not have to be.
The Women’s Center hosted a panel on women’s sexual health last Thursday in the Orndorff Theatre that aimed to make talking about sex and sexual health easier.
“Let’s Talk: A Panel on Women’s Sexual Health,” being held on Thursday at 6 p.m. in the Orndorff Theatre, will focus on educating members of Shippensburg University and the community about the importance of women’s sexual health.
Shippensburg University officially unveiled Students First, a new program geared toward first-generation college students, on Wednesday to a packed room that included students, alumni and administrators.
Shippensburg University is taking feedback from its UNIV 101: First Year Seminar course to make adjustments to the course to further improve the experience of first-year students and increase retention rates.
Shippensburg University’s Old Main Chapel was filled to near capacity as students and members of the community gathered to celebrate the beginning of Women’s History Month and listen to guest speaker Army Maj. Lisa Jaster on Thursday.
An earthquake felt in the Shippensburg area that occurred Tuesday around 7 p.m. was originally believed to have a 1.5 magnitude with an epicenter north of Roxbury Road, however, recent reports by the Lahmont-Doherty Earth Observatory show a 1.09 magnitude with an epicenter located near Rowe Run Road.
The recently-established Student Civility Initiative (SCI) will begin its campus outreach this week by holding four “Ship Values” discussion sessions. The meetings were to begin Monday, but the Monday session was canceled because of bad weather.
If you’ve been near the Shippensburg Station on the corner of East Fort Street and North Earl Street on Friday during lunchtime, you may have caught a whiff of some pulled pork, brisket or even some bacon pepper poppers.