ChatGPT has potential to change education
As technology continues to change daily, a new development in artificial intelligence (AI) could change how students learn and teachers teach in the near future, especially at Shippensburg University.
Chambersburg sisters sentenced for assault
Two sisters were sentenced in Franklin County Court to three to six years in state prison Wednesday after being found guilty on charges of aggravated assault, criminal mischief, riot and simple assault.
Diversity Week guest speaker on combating ableism, racism
Shippensburg University celebrated Diversity Week from Sept. 26-Oct. 1, and to kick off the events, guest speaker and advocate for persons with disabilities, Theo Braddy, shared his story and advice on how students can combat racist and ableist stereotypes.
Commentary: Women Indie Artists You Should Be Listening To
March is Women's History Month, and this month, we're focusing on the incredible women making music in the industry.
Commentary: Student’s perspective ‘Made in America’
As a native from the Philadelphia suburbs and a music enthusiast, it felt like a rite of passage to attend. I was filled with excitement when I saw the set line ups; however, I didn’t know what to expect.