Shippensburg University community members met around the Janie Fecker Garden outside Lackhove Hall on Tuesday for SU’s annual Tulip Planting Ceremony to remember those who have been victims of domestic violence.
Students gathered in the Ceddia Union Building multipurpose room Tuesday to learn about the graduate school admissions process from representatives of the Shippensburg University Career and Community Engagement Center (CCEC), Graduate Admissions and the Financial Aid Office.
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.
The Peers Educating and Advocating for Campus Safety, Equality, and Empowerment (PEACE) is a new club at Shippensburg University which is a women’s advocacy group fighting violence and derogatory views of women in popular culture through lectures and presentations.
Shippensburg University Army ROTC cadets and spectators removed their caps as a Blackhawk helicopter landed on the Shippensburg University recreation fields for the ROTC event Cadet for a Day Thursday afternoon.
The Luhr’s Performing Arts Center was astir with excited space enthusiasts Wednesday night as professors, students and community members marveled at a presentation by Dr. Eric Smith, the program director for the James Webb Space Telescope.