Students from professor Phillip Broyles sociology senior seminar class have placed donation boxes throughout campus for “Ship’s Night Without a Home Campaign” in an effort to collect goods for the Franklin County Shelter in Chambersburg.
If you are looking for someone who is passionate about the bands of Shippensburg University, take a trip to the second floor of the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center where you will find director of bands Trever Famulare, who completed his 200th performance with the Red Raider marching band last month.
ShipRec rocked with spirited students for the 2017 Homecoming spirit rally Friday night which featured performances from the Red Raider’s marching band, cheerleaders, Heritage dancers and the In-Motion Dance Troupe.
A crowd of students, alumni, faculty, and friends of Shippensburg University enjoyed Maryland-style crabs in the hockey rink earlier this month in celebration of Crab Fest, an annual event hosted by the African American Organization (Afro-Am).
The Shippensburg University Public Relations Student Society of America chapter is welcoming two public relations professionals to campus on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. to speak in the Orndorff Theatre, in honor of Ethics Month.
Dale Detweiler, pastor of the Shippensburg Church of the Nazarene, will be leading students from Shippensburg University on a mission trip to Puerto Rico in early 2020 after a hurricane struck the territory in 2017.
At Shippensburg University, students are recommended to join at least one organization on campus to gain experience and become part of the community. Homecoming King Ramses Ovalles knows this all too well as he is a part of seven different organizations.
Fifty-one point one percent of female victims of rape report it was done by someone they were intimate partners with compared to 40.8% being done by someone they are just familiar with, according to the #MeToo movement website.