Jenna Wise - Editor-in-Chief
Shippensburg University’s Activities Program Board (APB) is working toward changes that its staff hopes will make events more affordable for students.
Criticism of journalists is nothing new. This is why we at The Slate were not entirely surprised to face some of it ourselves this past week after releasing what was supposed to be our last issue of the year.
Each school year brings change. In the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE), change is around every corner, with funding declines, tuition increases and numerous budget cuts looming over the system. This change has cast a net so wide that Shippensburg University faculty are feeling the impact as well.
After countless articles, staff meetings and memories, it is time for me to say goodbye to The Slate.
When you hear the term “Statewide,” what do you think of?
The end of the school year is a time of goodbyes, but also one of reflection.
In a few short weeks, many of us will don navy caps and gowns, shake hands with Shippensburg University administrators and finally receive our degrees.
In less than a month, two college students were found dead after nights out — only a fraction of the number of college students whose lives are put on the line on nights that should be stress-free and fun-filled.
If the Shippensburg University administration has its way, “the finer diner” may not exist for much longer.
“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.