Brace yourselves: Moustache Mania has hit Shippensburg University. Call them what you will: lip doilies, cookie dusters, soup strainers, or simply ‘staches,’ these caterpillars will soon be crawling all over campus. The craze started when SU students Todd Hayes, Ravone Cornish, David Stein and the Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) hosted “Shave the Date” this past Wednesday, Oct.
Adam Swope, Pennsylvania Field Organizer for Retired Americans, held a panel at Shippensburg University about the future of the state of Social Security on April 3.
It appears Jack Frost has finally been evicted from Pennsylvania, at least until next year. In his wake, he left a record-setting Pennsylvanian winter wonderland.
Marijuana use is one of the most fiercely debated topics in the U.S. today.
There is a new dating app on the market and if you are single and bored like me, I have news for you.
Kim Nielsen, disability historian and acclaimed author of “A Disability History of the United States” and “The Radical Lives of Helen Keller,” delivered a speech at Shippensburg University on Wednesday, Oct.
On Tuesday, Sept. 17, Shippensburg University recognized Constitution Day with a speech by Helen J. Knowles, a visiting professor from Skidmore College.