SHIP LIFE


Campus police officers serve hamburgers and hot dogs to students Tuesday evening at their annual picnic.

Campus police officers serve hamburgers and hot dogs to students Tuesday evening at their annual picnic.

9/17/2019, 12:00am

SU police department hosts annual picnic

Shippensburg University’s campus police department held its annual picnic Sept. 10 at the student recreation pavilion to create a promising start to the school year.


7/26/2019, 12:00am

Saving gas on a budget during summer skyrocket

Shippensburg University students can expect their gas budgets to increase as Pennsylvania gas prices near $3 per gallon. This makes Pennsylvania gas one of the most expensive on the east coast, and it is expected to keep increasing.


4/30/2019, 12:00am

What’s the buzz about bees?

Behind the scenes of a beehive, bees are busy at work filling their honeycombs with nectar and pollen, and in a chain reaction, our plates with a well-balanced diet. Almonds, apples, avocados, beans, carrots, coffee, cucumbers, grapes, strawberries, tomatoes and of course, honey — you can thank bees for all of that, and much more. 


4/9/2019, 12:00am

Millennials reject organized religion, cling to spirituality

Walking into a church on a Sunday morning when the air is bright and crisp, the sun seeps rainbows from the stained glass windows and the hum of a choir rejoices in the background. The minister at the front preaches the gospel and promises a life of eternity, if you follow the rules. 


4/2/2019, 12:00am

Career center offers seniors tips on how to land first job stress-free

While the spring semester may rejuvenate college students with a well-needed dose of vitamin D, with it comes a wave of stress for many soon-to-be graduates as they begin to prep for the “real world.” Saying “goodbye” to college’s customizable schedule and “hello” to the nine-to-five life can be downright daunting. 


11/27/2018, 2:20pm

SU professors raise puppies for the blind with Seeing Eye

It is said that dogs are man’s best friend. This is true for many self-identified dog people, but for some, dogs are more than pets or best friends. And no, I do not mean those who see their dogs as family members, but rather, those who find an outlet to live a more independent life through their companionships with the tail-wagging animals.