Amanda Mehall


Archaeologist discusses discovery of king

Constant traffic came and went in Leicester, England, but no one knew they were walking over top the skeletal remains of a king. Richard Buckley, the University of Leicester’s co-director of archaeological services, visited Shippensburg University on Thursday to discuss his experience as the lead archeologist on the Search for Richard Project in 2012. He said Philippa Langley from the Richard III Society approached him with the idea about searching for King Richard III’s remains underneath the social services parking lot.

Alexa Moran ready to perform in ‘Spring Awakening’

Whether she is an Irish widow, a teenage girl in the 1950s or a high-maintenance kangaroo, Alexa Moran never shies away from the spotlight. This April, Moran will be assuming the role of Anna, a schoolgirl, in Act V’s production of “Spring Awakening.” Moran explained that, while growing up, her parents encouraged her to pursue interests in all different disciplines.

Disability activists visit SU

As preparations were made for a presentation on Tuesday, professors realized the guests of honor could not go on stage.

APSCUF rally

Hundreds of students from all 14 schools within Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education rallied for funding on Feb. 8 in the state capitol.

SU environmentalists learn green ideas for campus

Shippensburg University’s environmental club, Students for Environmental Action and Sustainability, attended the Green Allies Conference for the second year on Saturday at Franklin and Marshall College.

Banjo fun day

The Thought Lot held its first Banjo Fun Day event on Sunday, December 6. Banjo enthusiasts from every skill level came out to either learn basic chords, or play a music session with other fellow musicians.  Singer/songwriter Kevin Neidig and bass, banjo and percussion player for Megan Jean and the Klay Family Band, Byrne Klay, hosted the event and acted as instructors.

Wrestling begins season with win

The Shippensburg University wrestling team started this year’s season off strong with a 26-15 win, along with getting three pins and a technical fall, over Waynesburg University in a road dual meet on Wednesday, Nov.

All they do is work overtime

Local rap artists from south central Pennsylvania and some from as far as northern Maryland took Shippensburg by storm on Saturday night, Oct.

Free To Be Me celebrates first year as SU organization

A first birthday celebration had never been so eccentric and glamourous. Rainbow whoopee pies, balloons and tablecloths created the colorful atmosphere for an even more colorful night on the way in the Ceddia Union Building’s multi-purpose room on Friday, Oct.