“We are at a turning point. This year, with our partners, the general assembly, we will decide the course of public higher education in this commonwealth,” Pennsylvania State System of Education (PASSHE) Chancellor Daniel Greenstein said during his State of the System address on Jan. 15. “This year we will decide whether all Pennsylvanians — regardless of race, zip code or wealth — will have an affordable pathway into and beyond the middle class.”
New policies limiting journalists’ access to the impeachment hearings underway in our nation’s capital this week are forcing voters to witness history unfold through the lenses of government-operated cameras.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team picked up a critical 89-82 win on the road against Seton Hill University on Sunday afternoon. The win moved the team into a three-way tie for first place in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division.
The Shippensburg University women’s basketball team began the 2020 calendar year by continuing its stretch of good play with a pair of Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) wins against Millersville University and Mansfield University.
Three religious demonstrators seeking to save the students of Shippensburg University assembled in the academic quad and preached what they considered the Word of God. And while many in the community believe the men did not further civil discourse at SU, some believe their presence can be used as a jumping point to discuss how society can approach handling personal differences.
At Shippensburg University, WSYC 88.7 FM is more than just a way for students with radio-related career aspirations to get experience. It’s a way for anyone in the Shippensburg community to express himself or herself, become a better communicator and simply have fun.