NEWS


10/25/2022, 12:00pm

Your World Today Commentary: The Little Things Are Sometimes Most Important

Recently, between my classes, internship, position at the Slate and role in the “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” I have found it very difficult to take time for myself. I found that a lot of friends of mine are in similar positions with all of their commitments. It can be a challenge to know how to take the time you need and how to recharge after an especially rough day. 


10/25/2022, 12:00pm

Poll results tighten as Pennsylvania general election approaches

Pennsylvania’s general election is just two weeks away. On Nov. 8, Pennsylvania voters will decide on the next governor, senator and congressional representatives, along with other various positions. The two most important competitions can be seen running for the senator and the governor positions. 


10/25/2022, 12:00pm

Study Abroad Discussion Panel

Shippensburg University professors Jonathan Skaff and Mark Sachleben moderated a discussion with seven SU students who have participated in study abroad programs.


10/25/2022, 12:00pm

‘Just Stop Oil’ protesters throw food at historic artwork

Just Stop Oil is an environmental activists group based in the United Kingdom. The group’s main goal is to persuade the UK government to halt production of new fossil fuels. They hold 20 to 30 meetings per week so that anyone has an opportunity to let their voice be heard.


10/25/2022, 12:00pm

Pennsylvania election day draws closer

Election Day on Nov. 8 is almost here as citizens are encouraged to register by Oct. 24 to be able to vote in the election. This election voters will be deciding the state’s new senators, governor and attorney general. Most importantly, voters will choose between Biden-backed former Lt. Gov. John Fetterman and Trump-backed Dr. Mehmet Oz.


10/18/2022, 12:00pm

S.U.P.E.R. map launches successfully

The Shippensburg University Pennsylvania Election Research (S.U.P.E.R.) Map launch party took place on Wednesday, Oct. 12, in McFeely’s Cafe. A class of Wood Honors College students spent the first eight weeks of the semester compiling credited voter data from each county, entering it all into their database, creating the Geographic Information System (GIS) and reaching out to reporters to introduce the S.U.P.E.R. Map to them. 


10/18/2022, 12:00pm

2022 Homecoming royalty announced

William “Bill” Hoffman and Olivia “Livv” Faenza are the 2022 Homecoming Royalty for Shippensburg University, as announced at the homecoming football game on Saturday. Both seniors were honored and excited to have been selected. 


10/18/2022, 12:00pm

SU Homecoming parade returns after 12 years

Shippensburg University’s Homecoming Parade made a triumphant return on Saturday, after a 12-year hiatus. The parade started in town at 10 a.m. at Fayette and King streets. The parade traveled along King Street, then onto Prince Street and made its way up to Old Main and around the fountain.


10/4/2022, 12:00pm

Diversity Week guest speaker on combating ableism, racism

Shippensburg University celebrated Diversity Week from Sept. 26-Oct. 1, and to kick off the events, guest speaker and advocate for persons with disabilities, Theo Braddy, shared his story and advice on how students can combat racist and ableist stereotypes.


10/4/2022, 12:00pm

Your World Today Commentary: Climbing Ladders

Like everyone else, I regularly binge watch Netflix. One of my favorite shows I used to watch before it was removed from Netflix was “The Office.” I rewatched that series more times that I can count. It was comforting to turn it on and have something familiar and funny to settle the background noise in my head. This show wasn’t deep, and it wasn’t for philosophers. However, there is a quote from one of the episodes that I think of often.