11/3/2020, 8:40pm

Shippensburg students, residents cast votes

Shippensburg University students were among the millions of Pennsylvania voters to cast their ballots Tuesday, in what some political observers are calling one of the most important and compelling presidential elections in decades.

11/3/2020, 12:00pm

Your November Horoscopes

Looking for guidance in your life? Here are your horoscopes for November. Let us know if we got it right on social media @shipUSlate.

11/3/2020, 12:00pm

Asexual awareness in the SU community

At Shippensburg University, there is a lack of understanding and a stigma surrounding asexuality. While some do not know what it means, others may identify within this community. There are students who identify on the spectrum of asexuality at SU. 

11/3/2020, 12:00pm

SU strives to celebrate virtual Homecoming

Despite not having a homecoming football game this fall, Shippensburg University is moving forward with a virtual homecoming celebration, including the election of the fall 2020 homecoming court. 

11/3/2020, 12:00pm

Professor loses father to coronavirus

For some Shippensburg University community members, the COVID-19 coronavirus is nothing more than an inconvenience requiring them to wear masks. Some are lucky enough have no personal connection to the virus. But for many families, the numbers read by news anchors each evening are more than numbers: They were mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters.

11/3/2020, 12:00pm

Your World Today Commentary: No matter how you present it, cutting classes, programs hurts students

The situation unfolding at Indiana University of Pennsylvania has filled my social media feeds this week. Recently, IUP officials announced “restructuring” of various departments, including the cutting of programs. From the covering of art sculptures and silent choirs to demonstrate a campus without the arts, to faculty union demonstrations, there is a lot going on at IUP.

11/3/2020, 12:00pm

SU, Etter ask students to practice safety

Shippensburg University Students and faculty are pushing to Nov. 20 with about two weeks remaining in the fall 2020 semester. SU delivered face-to-face, hybrid and remote instruction, allowing students to choose to live on campus, while others remained off-campus or at home. 

11/3/2020, 12:00pm

Commentary: Should daylight savings time be year-round?

At 2 a.m. on Nov. 1, our clocks fell back an hour. Daylight savings time has ended and we all got an extra hour of sleep. Who would not want that? Well, maybe it would have been better if the clocks did not fall back at all. Daylight savings time has always been a topic of debate.