Sunday, July 12, 2020
Breann Sheckells and Michaela Vallonio are the Slaters of the Month for February.
Most students question if they should risk not going to class or skip it to rest. The answer to the question: Stay home.
Students who wish to de-stress from a difficult semester may be interested in attending one of the many wellness events that occur on campus.
Just one person can make a difference in the fight to end cancer. Or in this case, one controller.
Imagine going around town in your car and running out of gas. Now imagine riding on a bus so that does not happen.
Some people might think college students are too old for teddy bears, but the Activities Program Board (APB) and participating students thought otherwise.
Students involved in Greek life or student organizations on campus may notice fundraising events hosted each semester.
The loss of Agnes Ragone, a well-loved former Shippensburg University French and Spanish professor, brought the SU community together in grief and mourning.
Valentine’s Day might be a day for loving relationships, but even single students had the chance to enjoy the occasion.
Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone regardless of relationship status.
Singing in front of strangers may be nerve-wracking, but several students took the risk.
Going to the library may be a bore for some people, but for others there is a world of resources to discover right at their fingertips.
Shippensburg University student Chandler Kouakou showcased his heritage with photos and artifacts from the Ivory Coast in the Ezra Lehman Memorial Library.
Now that the semester has started, it is time to think about classes and assignments. College is designed to be a bit of a challenge. That means expecting perfection is probably not the way to go.
Students, faculty and staff will return to campus in modified schedule