The United States’ Senate is on a dramatic, media-sensationalized final countdown to its deciding vote on whether or not President Donald Trump will be removed from office. And the American people could not be more disappointed.
While international press flocks to cover the exodus of scandal-ridden ex-His Royal Highness (HRH) Harry and Meghan Markle, America, especially Shippensburg, can discuss the issues behind royal exile within the context of its own community.
"Contrary to my fellow alumnus in his Letter to the Editor from 11/19/2019, I did not find the initial article to contain rampant anti-Christian bias riddled with hypocritical assertions. Instead, I saw clear and accurate coverage of what occurred on campus that day."
Whenever students apply to Shippensburg University, many are offered the Raider Success Scholarship as a means of decreasing the cost of their tuition and to encourage them to choose SU over all other schools. Its purpose is additionally to reward students who are high academic performers. That Raider Success Scholarship funded through the university was previously provided to students with a 1150 SAT and 3.5 GPA or higher to the amount of $2,000 for up to four years.
As the fall semester starts to wind down, Shippensburg University student email inboxes are filling with information for not just the spring semester. Information is pouring in about housing selection for fall 2020.
YouTube is undeniably the most-popular video streaming website, and has dominated the internet since its launch in 2005. YouTube’s recently announced Terms of Service changes that will undoubtedly harm the rights of its users.
Many democratic presidential candidates have discussed a hardly known concept called court-packing. The term refers to adding of Supreme Court justices with the intent of changing the political ideology of the Supreme Court.
The Shippensburg University community and campus life is often fragmented into smaller groups. Our university is defined more so by our individual groups and lacks a central school spirit. The truly disappointing part of our campus climate is the large percentage of our population that is not involved on campus.
A bill titled the “Tobacco-Free Youth Act” is making its way through the United States Senate committees. The bipartisan bill, sponsored by majority leader Mitch McConnell (R) and former vice-presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine (D) would change the federal smoking age from eighteen to twenty-one.