Ali Laughman Head Copy Editor
Shippensburg University’s Pride Center opened its doors to students Oct. 23, with an official ribbon -cutting ceremony led by SU graduate student Dani Zinn.
Tuesday was a prideful day to be a Shippensburg University student and a part of the LGBT community when students, faculty and administrators gathered in the Ceddia Union Building Amphitheater in solidarity after events that occurred the day prior.
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.
“United in Verse,” a program to join the many languages that are spoken on Shippensburg University’s campus with poetry, was held in the Cora L. Grove Spiritual Center on April 18.
The Ask, Communicate, Teach Tolerance (ACT) campaign kicked off Thursday in the Ceddia Union Building as the ACT committee addressed what the campaign means to them.
In a list of things you probably do in public bathrooms, it starts with looking for the cleanest stall. Followed by making sure the latch actually locks
Although the strike has come to an end, students and professors are still standing strong.
The LGBTQ+ community stood together in terror as Omar Mateen shot and murdered 49 people at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida on June 12. In honor of those deaths, the LGBTQ+ Concerns Committee of Shippensburg University had a call to action and members of the SU community joined together to commemorate the lives taken, by hosting a candlelight vigil.
Picture yourself walking across campus and you see a small cat, shivering, running for cover from the harsh realities of being a stray on a college campus. Shippensburg University employee Sara Pike has the solution.
“To stand as a light in the darkness,” said Rev. Janice Bye, Shippensburg University's campus minister, as she led the vigil in remembrance of the attacks in Paris.