HERSHEY, PA. — A sea of red hats filled the Giant Center when around 11,000 supporters packed the arena — and even more watched on a monitor outside — in Hershey on Dec. 10 during President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign rally visit.
Chancellor Daniel Greenstein faced tough questions and criticisms surrounding the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) System Redesign from faculty members of Shippensburg University as he ended his 14-stop fall campus tour at SU on Wednesday.
Hand-in-hand, together they stand.
Members of the Shippensburg community gathered on King Street Sunday just before the Veteran’s Day Parade to unite as a town against the recent troubles they have faced.
When strife rears its head, communities must stand hand-in-hand to face it. Members of the Shippensburg community will do just that this Sunday in the face of the recent troubles that have afflicted the town.
With election day right around the corner, Shippensburg University’s Ship Votes is doing all it can to ensure students are prepared to go out and vote for the candidates of their choice in the upcoming election.
After a month of fundraising, community service and a weekend of festivities, the king and queen of Shippensburg University’s 2019 Homecoming Court were crowned Saturday afternoon at SU’s Homecoming football game against Millersville University.
Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) and the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF) announced on Thursday that negotiators representing the organizations have reached an “agreement in principle” for a new faculty contract.
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.