If there’s one thing journalists take seriously, it is the safety and privacy of their sources. When journalists make a promise to protect a source, they often keep it even if it lands them in prison per a subpoena from a court. But many members of the public do not fully understand what sort of agreements have been used in the past.
Parking fees, campus accessibility and dining options were among the concerns voiced by Shippensburg University community members during the President’s Hour held on Oct. 1 in the Harley Multipurpose Room.
The Student Government Association (SGA) Executive Rules Committee (ERC) has restarted the process of filling its ERC opening, SGA President Aven Bittinger announced on Thursday at the public formal meeting.
A member of the Shippensburg University faculty Monday voiced concerns regarding the SU administration’s response to Sunday night’s shooting that left one person dead and another in critical condition.
Can an avowed racist learn to appreciate and love those he once irrationally hated?
That is what Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter Eli Saslow spent years trying to learn about one of the most prominent members of the white supremacist movement in America.
For the start of the 2019-20 school year, Shippensburg University continued its new housing agreement policy for new students. First-year, transfer or readmitted students are required to live on campus for two years.