Halloween is right around the corner and the temptation to celebrate in larger groups is at an all-time high. With COVID-19 coronavirus concerns, celebrating everyone’s favorite spooky holiday will look different this year.
First Fridays is not the only event in Shippensburg striving to bring Shippensburg’s collegiate community and the town together.
This quick and easy recipe combines two gameday favorites and is sure to be a hit for Sunday afternoon football.
Looking for guidance in your life? Here are your horoscopes for October. Let us know if we got it right on social media @shipUSlate.
In an age of constant energy and discussion and stimulation, sometimes it can be hard to remember to step back and breathe for a minute. Shippensburg’s Mindfulness Series, led by Dr. Toru Sato (who prefers to just be called “Toru”), gives SU students, staff and community that opportunity in bi-weekly sessions.
Fall brings a new season of activities, from apple picking to pumpkin carving. This year may look a little different, but there are still many local businesses students can visit to ring in autumn.
Shippensburg University’s Latino Student Organization (LSO) held a Latin-style cookout at the SU Hockey Rink to honor Hispanic culture and food Sept. 27.
In order to ensure the safety and well-being of everyone at Shippensburg University, the art department canceled its annual trip to Europe and other future trips in response to COVID-19 coronavirus.
Unlike many universities across the country that closed their doors to in-person classes until 2021, Shippensburg University took the chance to invite students back while implementing strict guidelines to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Budgeting your food spending might sound terrifying but its beneficial for your physical health and your wallet.
Students gathered at the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) amphitheater to learn how to help others in need at Shippensburg University’s Suicide Awareness Vigil Sept. 10.
Shippensburg University students and community members alike congregated at Shippensburg Station Friday night for Shippensburg’s annual TrailFest.
For some, getting involved on campus seemed impossible this semester, but despite all the trials 2020 has brought, the annual Student Involvement Services (SIS) fair was still able to be held.
With COVID-19 coronavirus concerns leading officials to enforce new social distancing and conduct rules, Shippensburg University’s Greek life chapters must find a new way to stay alive.
During times of uncertainty, many people often cling to religion as a way to guide them through their troubles. As we move into our third week on campus, there is still plenty of uncertainty and unrest as students try to adjust to the new normal and face the tragedies that seem to be non-stop in society.