Shippensburg University’s Activities Program Board (APB) hosted its fourth annual Campus Life Awards Program Wednesday, May 1 in the Tuscarora Room. The purpose of the ceremony is to recognize individuals as well as student groups for their achievements.
Cara Shumaker, current managing editor of The Slate, will be next year’s editor-in-chief, replacing current editor-in-chief Chelsea Wehking, who is graduating this May. Shumaker, a junior, has been involved with The Slate since the first semester of her freshman year at Shippensburg University.
George F. ‘Jody’ Harpster will serve as Shippensburg University’s temporary president beginning May 31, according to a press release from the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE). PASSHE’s Board of Governors made the decision for Harpster’s position April 11. SU began the search for an interim and new president after current SU president William Ruud accepted an offer as the next president of the University of Northern Iowa.
Although Shippensburg University’s Police Department runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week, how do we know that the more than 2,500 students living on campus are always safe?
TWC offers semester-long internships in Washington, D.C., as well as a combined internship and study-abroad program in London, England.
Cumberland County Commissioners voted 2–1 Thursday, Jan. 31 in favor of making the Emergency Services Building the new Shippensburg Township polling location.
An interim president will serve in place after the previous president leaves and before a new one is permanently hired. Kenn Marshall, media relations manager of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE), said the search process begins at the campus level.
The University of Northern Iowa named current Shippensburg University President William Ruud as its 10th president on Thursday, Feb.
Shippensburg University recently completed the first phase of a three-phase housing project. In January, students moved into the new buildings — Presidents Hall, McClean Hall II and Seavers Hall. Although the new suite-style dormitories include many favorable amenities the older buildings did not, students feel there are still some things they would change. One of the amenities that are different is there are laundry rooms on each floor, rather than just one room in the basement.
Shippensburg University is working to update and improve its campus, and its most prevalent and recent project is the housing project.