Worldwide, we are undergoing unprecedented times as a pandemic sweeps the globe, economic hardships proliferate, riots and protests unfold in the streets and political polarization intensifies as the election nears.
The COVID-19 coronavirus has ravaged all over the world, leaving companies, governments and institutions with many challenging decisions to make including balancing financial vitality, health and continuing to deliver their mission.
While the world is trying to process the tragic loss of Chadwick Boseman, the influential actor who passed away after a four-year battle with colon cancer, the actor was honored Friday night here at SU. The Activities Program Board (APB) screened one of Boseman’s last films, “21 Bridges” for students to enjoy on the Academic quad.
Nobody knew what to expect from Amazon’s “The Boys” in 2019, especially in a market oversaturated with comic book content, many wondering if the Prime Original could stand out from a year already packed with superhero media.
When I am not in the newsroom (which is almost never), you can find me working at a local grocery store. It’s not glamorous work, but it pays the bills and the necessities — food, tuition and lots of shoes.
The Shippensburg Borough Council voted to approve a non-discrimination ordinance during its Sept. 1 meeting. The ordinance will provide protections to various groups including members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Shippensburg University Student Government Association (SGA) elections wrapped up last week. The four remaining SGA senator seats were filled, according to an SGA email. The elections began Aug. 31 and ended Thursday. Students ran to fill the non-traditional, female athletics, class of 2024 senator and the class of 2022 senator positions.