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“Do you hate poverty? We do, too!” was the subject line of an email inviting members of the university community to explore their own risks of poverty at an Interactive Inequality Experience presented by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and the Connors Institute last Tuesday.
Friday, Oct. 27, marked one year since Charles Patterson was inaugurated as Shippensburg University’s 18th president. His time at Shippensburg University started in August 2021 when he stepped in as interim president after Laurie Carter, former SU President, left the university. Before coming to Shippensburg University, Patterson had served as the president of Mansfield University since 2019.
In last week’s print edition of The Slate, you issued an open call to “especially busy Raiders out there who may have some advice on how to keep it all together.”
SU will now host a ceremony on larger anniversaries, the next taking place in 2026 for the 25th anniversary of 9/11, according to Silverstrim.
This week I went to counseling for the first time since 2021. Prior to that, I had been going on a pretty consistent basis since I was 9. For as long as I can remember, I have always dealt with pretty intense anxiety. You know the kind — incessant stomachache, racing thoughts of doom, constant nervousness (for seemingly no reason). With the onset of my senior year of college, these feelings made their way back.
Wearing many hats, Sipes is the CJM department chair, adviser for Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and professor of public relations at Shippensburg University where she has taught for the past 17 years.
Can a 30-year-old movie about dinosaurs still pull in a crowd in 2023? You bet “Jurassic” can. In a never-before-in-Shippensburg event, the Luhrs Performing Arts Center (LPAC) hosted individuals of all ages on Thursday, July 20, for “Jurassic Park in Concert” as part of its Shippensburg Summer Music Festival.
Despite finally getting some rain last week, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) issued a statewide drought watch on Thursday, June 15, following a meeting with the Commonwealth Drought Task Force.
Studying abroad does not have to be a semester-long trip to a country of a foreign language by yourself. It can be an 18-day trip with accompanying professor and classmates. If you are anything like me, this may seem like a better alternative.
In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States effectively ended affirmative action in college admissions on Thursday, July 29. The ruling has made it illegal for colleges and universities across the nation to use race-conscious considerations when reviewing applicants.