Chase Slenker Staff Columnist
Many democratic presidential candidates have discussed a hardly known concept called court-packing. The term refers to adding of Supreme Court justices with the intent of changing the political ideology of the Supreme Court.
The Shippensburg University community and campus life is often fragmented into smaller groups. Our university is defined more so by our individual groups and lacks a central school spirit. The truly disappointing part of our campus climate is the large percentage of our population that is not involved on campus.
Americans are very strong-willed in their opinions and convictions. We are very proud of our beliefs, values, religious identities and core moral principles.
Students, faculty, staff and campus groups like the Green League alike verbally recognize the importance of recycling in Shippensburg University’s Sustainability plan.
A bill titled the “Tobacco-Free Youth Act” is making its way through the United States Senate committees. The bipartisan bill, sponsored by majority leader Mitch McConnell (R) and former vice-presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine (D) would change the federal smoking age from eighteen to twenty-one.
The executive team at Ship Dining truly works to improve quality of food service as well as continuously responds to student feedback.
Few people know what a libertarian is. They know there is some kind of political nature behind it, but generally have no clue who or what libertarians actually are.
The corruption and inefficiency in the United States Congress is something that almost everyone has come to deal with. Many who see this dilemma turn to Congressional term limits via a constitutional amendment. According to Rasmussen Reports, in 2016, 74 percent of Americans support congressional term limits for all members of Congress.
Last week I wrote my commentary “Mending the Rift” about the need for Americans to be open to other people’s ideas and not be afraid to discuss political matters. The purpose? To foster community in our nation, to understand differences and gain insight on other possible solutions to our nation’s problems.
Americans consistently complain of Congress’ inability to reach a middle ground year after year.