Evan Dillow


Academics discuss origins of Israel-Palestine conflict

A panel was held Thursday, Nov. 9 on the historical and political factors behind the current Israel-Palestine conflict in Gaza that began last month.  The panel lasted from 6:30 to 8 p.m. and was held in the Dauphin Humanities Center. It was sponsored by the Shippensburg University History/Philosophy and Political Science departments as well as the International Studies Program.

Trump on trial: 15th annual Criminal Justice Symposium

The 15th Annual Criminal Justice Symposium, titled “Trump on Trial,” was held on Wednesday evening in Old Main Chapel. The symposium was a panel of four unique academic outlooks on the former president’s political and legal future.

Huber hosts 45th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit

The awards ceremony for the 45th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit was held from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Saturday in Huber Art Center’s Kauffman Gallery. The award ceremony began at 1:30. The exhibit displayed 72 selected artistic creations made by 28 different artists. These works were selected from a received list of 147 by two judges, Brant D. Schuller and Becky McDonah, both of whom are professors in the art field at Millersville University. 

SU hosts annual Wellness Fair

Shippensburg University’s annual Wellness Fair was held Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the CUB MPR. The fair was made up of various organizations that came to advertise the services they provide to the campus community. Some exhibitors were on-campus organizations that students can join like the Health and Wellness Center. Other exhibitors included UPMC, WellSpan, Highmark and Planet Fitness, as well as many others. 

Donald Trump indicted

On Thursday, the Manhattan district attorney indicted former president Donald Trump on the charge that he used his wealth to silence adult film star Stormy Daniels after she had accused him of having an affair with her.

Pennsylvania election day draws closer

Election Day on Nov. 8 is almost here as citizens are encouraged to register by Oct. 24 to be able to vote in the election. This election voters will be deciding the state’s new senators, governor and attorney general. Most importantly, voters will choose between Biden-backed former Lt. Gov. John Fetterman and Trump-backed Dr. Mehmet Oz.