Carmine Scicchitano Multimedia Director
This past Tuesday, the Shippensburg University Police Department hosted a cookout on the lawn in front of Gilbert Hall.
After a brief hiatus last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 40th annual Shippensburg Corn Festival was back and just as live as ever.
The Shippensburg Arts Programming & Education Gallery (SHAPE Gallery) debuted its 17th annual abstract exhibit last Friday.
Just because someone is a police officer should not open them to attack. Police brutality does exist, but rioting and violence are not the solutions.
They say laughter is the best medicine, and this Friday night a group of comedians and actors will do their part to feed it to audiences across the world. The Americares Foundation will hold a comedy show to raise donations for COVID-19 coronavirus relief. The show, titled “COVID is No Joke” will air Friday, May 1st, at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.
Shippensburg University postpones May commencement, plans alternative celebrations for graduating seniors
As universities across Pennsylvania move their classes online, the fate of graduation ceremonies for many seniors remains uncertain.
Narcan training hosted by Shippensburg University, Recovery Advocacy Service and Empowerment Project
Shippensburg University, in association with the RASE Project (Recovery Advocacy Service and Empowerment), hosted a free Narcan training and handout for the community Wednesday night.
Singing in front of strangers may be nerve-wracking, but several students took the risk.