Tea and chocolate: not two words that come to mind when you are thinking about health food until now. The Shippensburg University counseling center is attempting to change the way that students think about health food.
What does it take to be a successful photographer? Lisa Rhinehart is one of the lucky individuals with the answer to that very question.
Eager ears filled Orndorff Theater on Thursday, Feb. 26, ready to learn how to become a successful leader.
Laughter and screams of Shippensburg University students filled the Ship Rec center during the Activities Program Board’s (APB) first Battle Ball and Bongo Ball Mania event.
Jennifer DeWease, 21, is a junior human resource management major at Shippensburg University (SU). In the fall of 2012, Jenn began her educational journey at SU as an undeclared freshman.
Monday, Nov. 4, marked the beginning of Non-Traditional Student Week. Non-traditional students were asked ““What does pursuing an education from Shippensburg University mean to you as a non-traditional student?” and had the opportunity to write an essay to answer the question.
Brianna Bowen is a sophomore criminal justice major at Shippensburg University. Bowen has worked for the Shippensburg University Police Department for a year and a half and is the youngest intern there to date.