Gilbert Hall, the home of Shippensburg University’s Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA), is facing physical changes, but its message will remain the same.
Construction on the steam plant to prepare lab space for the School of Engineering on North Prince Street will begin in 2020.
The 39th annual Shippensburg Corn Festival filled King Street with thousands of people on the last Saturday in August.
Two sexual assault cases involving Shippensburg University students are heading to Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas this fall, according to court documents.
The days of carrying bags of quarters to and from the laundry room are over for Shippensburg University students.
Michael Lee has been named the new chief of the Shippensburg University Police Department.
Stephen Washington had a less than conventional journey to his position as student trustee.
Crafts, fair food, entertainment and all the corn imaginable will fill King Street on Saturday, as the Shippensburg Corn Festival returns.
Shippensburg University welcomed the class of 2023 in a jam-packed week of activities during Fall Welcome Week.
While most Shippensburg University students spent their summers relaxing at home, traveling or working, a group of student researchers spent their time completing academic research projects.