Jenna Wise - Editor-in-Chief
Every other year, millions of Americans turn out to vote on the first Tuesday of the month of November. They come from every state and represent people of a variety of backgrounds.
As the semester moves closer to winter break, Shippensburg University seniors are faced with a panic different from that of finals.
Last summer, I traveled through Europe with a group of classmates.
It is hard not to love this time of the year.
With each passing day, the relationship between President Donald Trump and the media worsens. Meanwhile, the president’s actions on Wednesday have shown that little effort will be put forth on his end to better the situation.
Election Day is finally here, and it could not have come soon enough.
Eleven more lives. That is how many were lost Saturday in a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue, adding to a growing list of lives lost from gun violence.
A Shippensburg University networking platform will experience major changes in the upcoming months as part of a plan to increase online engagement with students.
Six men who called themselves “born-again Christians” congregated Tuesday on the Shippensburg University campus, demanding passersby to confess their sins and prompting outrage from students.
Election Day is nearly three weeks away, which means the political frenzy has reached a climax.