Hannah Pollock Managing Editor
SU political science professors break down Capitol riot, impeachment and where America goes from here
A mob of rioters overwhelmed Capitol police and interrupted the Electoral College vote certification process on Jan. 6.
Shippensburg University President Laurie Carter is a finalist for a New Jersey college’s 2021 presidential search, according to an announcement from the school’s website.
The 15-season epic saga about two brothers who fought evil living by the motto, “Saving people, hunting things, the family business” ended in disappointment that did not live up to the rest of the series. Warning: Spoilers ahead
The Wall Street Journal recently published an opinion piece titled, “Is there a doctor in the White House? Not if you need an M.D.” The commentary argued that the soon-to-be First Lady Jill Biden should stop referring to herself as “Dr. Jill” or “Dr. Biden.” The writer drew outcry and criticism from many.
Shippensburg University and community musicians filled the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) Ampitheater with music Sunday afternoon. This was the second Sunday concert event by SU students.
As the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic continues to impact communities, schools are seeking out ways they can assist their students while maintaining a quality education.
Shippensburg University Students and faculty are pushing to Nov. 20 with about two weeks remaining in the fall 2020 semester. SU delivered face-to-face, hybrid and remote instruction, allowing students to choose to live on campus, while others remained off-campus or at home.
The situation unfolding at Indiana University of Pennsylvania has filled my social media feeds this week. Recently, IUP officials announced “restructuring” of various departments, including the cutting of programs. From the covering of art sculptures and silent choirs to demonstrate a campus without the arts, to faculty union demonstrations, there is a lot going on at IUP.
For some Shippensburg University community members, the COVID-19 coronavirus is nothing more than an inconvenience requiring them to wear masks. Some are lucky enough have no personal connection to the virus. But for many families, the numbers read by news anchors each evening are more than numbers: They were mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters.
With Nov. 20 quickly approaching, professors are trying to pack in as much course material before on-campus students leave.