Henry Mooney Asst. News Editor
Los Angeles rock band EELS has been previewing their new album “Extreme Witchcraft” with three new singles, and also appear to be heading in a new direction.
Timothy Hawkins hosted an event put on by the Center for Land Use and Sustainability (CLUS) this past Wednesday.
The Pride Center, located in the Ceddia Union Building, held a Covid-19 support group this past Thursday.
Alpha Sigma Tau (AST) held its third annual #MeToo event to raise awareness to sexual harassment on Nov. 3.
Shippensburg University Professor Joseph Zume presented his travels to Uganda on Nov. 4 in SU’s Grove Hall.
The Shippensburg University Police Department, SUPD, has adopted the Run. Hide, Fight program to improve and increase student safety on campus.
The “All Hands on Deck: Student Workday” at The Harbor this past Saturday gave Shippensburg University students and adult volunteers a chance to serve their community and improve the environment of the people around them.
Shippensburg University recently hired a new Director for the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Equity. Manuel Ruiz has worked in higher education for 20 years, and before coming to SU, worked at McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland.
There was an air of appreciation during this year’s ACT Rally.
Angela Merkel leaving as Germany’s chancellor is like “losing the most powerful woman in the world as of the elections on Sunday,” according to Sara Grove, a political science professor at Shippensburg University. This was just one of the points of the “Post-Merkel Germany: Thoughts on German Politics, History, and Culture During the German Election” discussion that took place on Sept. 29, at Orndoff Theatre in the Ceddia Union Building.