With the holidays right around the corner, be sure to keep your health and safety a priority while decking the halls. Take these 11 steps to ensure that your holidays are merry and your New Year is bright:
Pennsylvania State Police have charged a third man in connection with the Oct. 6 shooting during an alleged drug deal near High Street in Shippensburg that resulted in the death of one man and serious injury to another.
The Center for Land Use and Sustainability (CLUS) held its second climate change open forum Nov. 13, at which students and the community learned about the effects of climate change on forestry and wildlife in the United States, specifically Pennsylvania.
Instead of advising students to travel, Shippensburg University’s “study abroad expert” got to experience the program herself.
Mary Burnett, SU’s director of International Programs, served as a guest speaker for the International Travel Series on Thursday evening.
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.
Students had a post-graduation financial reality check on Nov. 7 as Shippensburg’s Career Center teamed up with the Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union (PSECU) to host a “Financial Reality Fair” for students in the Ceddia Union Building.
Members of the Shippensburg University community will have the opportunity to interact with Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) Chancellor Dan Greenstein on Wednesday as he ends his fall 2019 campus tour.
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.
We live in a generation where everything is available in an instant. From news to Netflix to calculators that solve math problems for us, all that we consume is expected to be here and now, lest we get angry and put our foot through the computer or throw our phones into a lake.