Heather Ross Asst. Multimedia Director
After skipping a year for the pandemic, the Shippensburg University Food Truck Festival made a tasty return on Friday, Oct. 22.
The deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 2 Pennsylvania municipal election is Oct. 18.
The Women’s Center of Shippensburg University celebrated its 35th anniversary last Thursday, Sept. 23. Arielle Catron, director of the Women’s Center, hosted the celebration in Stewart Hall. There was food, fellowship and passionate messages from guest speakers.
Japanese knotweed, known scientifically as Fallopia japonica, can be beautiful. It has bamboo-like stems, heart-shaped leaves and tassels of white blossoms. It is also invasive and aggressive and chokes out native wildlife — and it is on campus.
Kyle Heim, an SU communication journalism professor sat down with a Slate staff member on Monday to lay out some professional advice for students using social media. Heim specializes in print and online media and teaches social media strategy.
Ethan Rosenberry and Kennedy Holt, the freshmen candidates for the class of 2025 senatorial race, gave introductory speeches last Thursday night at McFeely’s.
Denise Collazo, a social justice activist, led a Zoom panel for Shippensburg University students on Aug. 31. The panel taught students how they can remain healthy and protect their mental wellbeing while they are fighting for change.
Shippensburg University is celebrating its 150th anniversary with a year of special events and activities. As part of celebrations, two graduate students launched an online interactive photo timeline of the university’s history. Tara Quinlivan and CJ Meiser, applied history majors, created the timeline, according to a university press release.