Chase Slenker Staff Columnist
In “The Thirteen American Arguments,” Howard Fineman covers questions and topics that Americans have been debating since the founding of our nation. The topics include “What is a person?” and the extent of presidential power.
State governments are forcing most businesses to close, including some nonprofits, as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has led the world into an unnecessary panic bolstered by a news and social media frenzy throwing myths around.
Our society and community, both on campus and the national level, struggle with understanding and appreciating the differences amongst societies’ members, particularly in regard to race, religion and ethnic background.
Black History month takes place in February in the United States, which is an annual celebration of achievements and accomplishments by African Americans, both past and present.
Shippensburg University has dozens of online portals and online service access points that first-year students have to learn.
Kriner Hall is the daily go-to dining option for some students, and for others it is their pick for food when Reisner Dining Hall’s menu does not look too appealing. Others never set foot in Kriner.
Of the 12 remaining Democratic candidates vying for the presidency in 2020, only a select few have an actual chance.
Americans care about a plethora of topics on literally anything you can imagine under the sun. However, we all know some political topics are more near and dear to our hearts than others.
Whenever students apply to Shippensburg University, many are offered the Raider Success Scholarship as a means of decreasing the cost of their tuition and to encourage them to choose SU over all other schools. Its purpose is additionally to reward students who are high academic performers. That Raider Success Scholarship funded through the university was previously provided to students with a 1150 SAT and 3.5 GPA or higher to the amount of $2,000 for up to four years.