The Shippensburg University wrestling team opened its 2019-20 season with a 25-13 dual meet win against Elizabethtown College. Things did not start off well for the Raiders, as they had to forfeit the first match in the 125-pound weight class. This caused an early six-point deficit for the Raiders
Year in and year out, no matter what circumstances arise, the Shippensburg University men’s cross-country team can count on being right in the thick of things when postseason rolls around and the stakes are raised.
Students had a post-graduation financial reality check on Nov. 7 as Shippensburg’s Career Center teamed up with the Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union (PSECU) to host a “Financial Reality Fair” for students in the Ceddia Union Building.
Members of the Shippensburg University community will have the opportunity to interact with Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) Chancellor Dan Greenstein on Wednesday as he ends his fall 2019 campus tour.
Charges have been filed in magisterial district court against two men, one of whom was a Shippensburg University student, in connection with the Oct. 6 shooting during a drug deal near High Street that resulted in the death of one man and injury of another.
Many democratic presidential candidates have discussed a hardly known concept called court-packing. The term refers to adding of Supreme Court justices with the intent of changing the political ideology of the Supreme Court.