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4/15/2021, 12:00pm

Patterson named interim SU president

The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) Board of Governors appointed current Mansfield University President Charles Patterson as the interim president of Shippensburg University Thursday morning.


4/15/2021, 12:05am

SU’s annual Children’s Fair raises spirits

After canceling the event last year because of the  COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Shippensburg University welcomed back children from the community for the annual Children’s Fair on April 10 at the ShipRec. 


4/15/2021, 12:00am

5 ways to stay motivated and beat senioritis

Dealing with assignment after assignment when all you want to do is graduate is exhausting. It is normal for seniors to feel fatigue from their countless number of deadlines and responsibilities.  But if you are trying to keep yourself afloat then here are five ways to beat senioritis and finish the semester strong. 


4/13/2021, 2:47pm

The Slate print edition 4-13-21

Due to technical issues, The online PDF of today's Slate is unavailable on Issuu. It is available below by clicking on the image of today's front page.


4/13/2021, 12:00pm

What does a campus look like when faculty members are gone?

Editor’s note: The interviews for this story were conducted in fall 2020. The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) is undergoing a system redesign to increase the financial longevity of its schools. With this initiative, comes tough decisions from school administrators to determine how to meet directives and goals set by PASSHE officials.


4/13/2021, 12:00pm

PASSHE to appoint interim president

The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) Board of Governors is scheduled to appoint Shippensburg University’s interim president at its meeting Thursday.


4/13/2021, 12:00pm

WSYC delivers listeners entertainment in pandemic

Editor’s note: Interviews for this story were conducted in fall 2020. When Shippensburg University moved classes online due to the COVID-19 coronavirus last spring, many on-campus groups lost access to offices and had to cancel events.