Editor’s note: Interviews for this story were conducted in fall 2020.
When Shippensburg University moved classes online due to the COVID-19 coronavirus last spring, many on-campus groups lost access to offices and had to cancel events.
Editor’s note: This story includes language used by the demonstrators that some readers may find offensive.
Shippensburg University campus leaders are responding and offering support after a group of self-described “Bible believers” drew a crowd on campus last week.
The Pride Center is hosting virtual events all week for the Trans Week of Visibility celebration. The celebration is held the week of March 31, which is International Transgender Day of Visibility, according to the center’s website. Transgender activist Rachel Crandall started the day in 2009.
The Student Government Association (SGA) held a special public meeting Thursday to start the impeachment process for one of its senators and to host emergency votes on unresolved business from the March 2 meeting.
Shippensburg University faculty members pressed Daniel Greenstein, chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE), Monday afternoon on his responses and statements regarding allegations against a president of Bloomsburg University who now serves as interim president at Lock Haven University.