Anna Burnhisel


Award-winning professor educates SU on disabilities act

Shippensburg University students packed into the Grove Forum on Nov. 12 to learn about the successes and shortcomings of the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in a lecture led by Richard Scotch of the University of Texas at Dallas.

Ministry to travel abroad

The United Campus Ministry (UCM) at Shippensburg University plans to take its seventh mission trip to Vietnam during the upcoming winter break to build a school and to serve, learn and build relationships in the process. An estimated 13 people are committed to participating in the coming trip, in the hopes of improving educational opportunities of children in the Tuy Hoa region of Vietnam.

One night for students; one wish for a child

Four hours is a short amount of time. Most people would spend this time watching Netflix or hanging out with friends, however, many others spent this time on March 29th having fun for a good cause.

Destress with bliss: Tea and chocolate

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.