It is so hard to say goodbye, but it is time to move on and pass the torch on to the next editor-in-chief.
The rich colors and jaw-dropping structures of Italy have come alive at Shippensburg University during the “Viaggiare in Italia” photography exhibit at the Kauffman Gallery, which opened on Thursday, April 4.
All around campus, the sound of cascading bricks, shattering glass and growling bulldozers can be heard invading the quiet and serene campus to which we have grown accustomed.
What an interesting start for the new semester. Already classes have been canceled, when most of us have barely memorized our class schedules.
Victims of rape could soon face punishment in New Mexico if a law to criminalize aborting a fetus is passed. Republican Representative Cathrynn Brown introduced House Bill 206, which would charge victims of rape with a third-degree felony charge if the victim chooses to terminate her pregnancy.
Dear Slate Readers, It is hard to believe this semester is already coming to a close, and the final issue of The Slate for the fall semester is out today.
“Girls! Girls! Come out here, quick!” My mom shouted at my sister, Roxanne and me from the living room.
When I found The Slate during the SIS Fair three years ago, I had no idea I would be in the position I am now.
Dear Slate Readers, First, I want to congratulate all of the graduating seniors and wish them all the best of luck in their endeavors after graduation.
Shippensburg University jumped back in time on Friday, April 13 when Big Bad Voodoo Daddy played a lively set of swing music at H.