The Shippensburg University softball team began their season with a non-conference doubleheader split at Seton Hill University. The Raiders took Game 1 8-5 but the Griffins won Game 2 with a 3-2 score.
Juggling academics and being a CEO of a small business would be too much to handle for many students, but Shippensburg University alumna Leah Mottershead and senior Cassy Cohen manage to defeat the odds as they work on getting their degrees while owning a company.
Endings are weird. They can be happy, sad, go as planned or be completely unexpected. As a senior with months remaining in my undergraduate years, I enter into a period of “last times,” before reaching my “end.”
It has been almost one year since the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic sent students around the nation home. Shippensburg University is welcoming back students to campus thanks to continued protocols and new weekly testing.
Despite the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Black History Month celebrations across the Shippensburg University campus have come together and made opportunities for growth, learning and unity more accessible than ever.
Shippensburg University made many personnel and organizational changes in the past year with minimal communication to students. As an institution of higher education, the university has a responsibility to serve and engage students, and the university does that through its faculty and, more frequently, through its student affairs staff.
The Raiders look to follow up on a strong but short 2020 season in which they went 10-4 all while never playing a game at home. SU led through their dynamic offense that batted .351 as a team and led the league in doubles, triples and runs scored at the time of season’s end.
For the past year, the COVID-19 coronavirus has presented new challenges to students all over the country. Shippensburg University’s Counseling Center and psychology professors are trying to help students cope with mental health conditions and vulnerability induced by the pandemic.
Not many can say they have the chance to become a world champion.
But for former Shippensburg University wrestler and boxing club standout Brett Pastore, his opportunity comes this May at the Lethwei World Championships in Warsaw, Poland, representing the United States.