Jenna Wise - Editor-in-Chief
“No, not her. Not Aunt Becky.” When the college admissions scandal broke last week and news got out that “Full House” actress Lori Loughlin was charged, my first thought was hope that it was all a big misunderstanding.
President Donald Trump announced Saturday that he will sign an executive order to require colleges to “support free speech” to be eligible for federal research funding.
If it was not for the “DoNut Alley” sign at the end of a narrow, dimly-lit street in Hagerstown, it could be easy to drive by Krumpe’s Do-nuts and have no idea that it is there.
Many in the journalism community can agree that there is a fine line between having opinions and being downright offensive to a large portion of your community.
Jussie Smollett may have poured gasoline on the president’s “fake news” fire.
Virginia residents were left shell-shocked after Gov. Ralph Northam (D) admitted to wearing blackface were probably not expecting the situation to get any worse.
Dan Greenstein, chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE), visited Shippensburg University on Thursday for the first Council of Trustees meeting of the new year.
When our parents were growing up, it would not have been uncommon to see teenagers buying cigarettes. Smoking, in those days, was a social event; at one point you could smoke in restaurants, on airplanes and even while pregnant.
The longest government shutdown in American history may be over, but the possibility of a giant, spike-topped wall at the Mexican border is not yet totally eliminated.
The life of a college student is busy, to say the least.