Jessica Richardson


Annual Security Report examines crimes at SU

The Shippensburg University Annual Security Report was released to students and staff this week to show statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes and procedures. The report includes crimes related to alcohol, drugs, sexual assault and weapons that occurred on campus, which includes property owned by SU and on public property.

Professor spotlight: From SU student to professor

Kathryn Shirk, or Dr. Shirk, has been familiar with Shippensburg University since she went to the elementary school on campus when she was a child. A native to Shippensburg, Shirk began teaching at SU in the fall of 2012.

Emerald isle on band’s horizon

The Shippensburg University (SU) Marching Band will be traveling over 3,200 miles for a special performance during winter break. Departing on Dec.

Professor spotlight: Su Professor pioneers AIDS research

Sitting back relaxed with his hands clasped, he compares the office to a hotel room because he is a guest in someone else’s space. Wendell Johnson is under one year full-time temporary employment as a sociology professor, and with his past experiences he makes a knowledgeable addition to the Shippensburg University faculty.

Greek of the Week: Tau Kappa Epsilon

Founding Date at Shippensburg: May 9, 1959 Current number of members: 16 President: Dylan Staats Moto: “Better men for a better world.” Colors: Cherry red and battleship gray

Greek of the Week: Kappa Sigma

Kappa Sigma Founding Date at Shippensburg: April 16, 1969 President: David Iacovino Number of Current members: 28 Moto: “Number one, second to none.” Symbol: Star and Crest Colors: Scarlett Red, white and emerald gold National Philanthropy: Military Heroes Campaign Why choose Kappa Sigma?

Greek of the Week: Phi Sigma Sigma

Founding Date at Shippensburg: Oct. 1987 President: Madison Rose Number of Current members: 29 Moto: “Aim High” Symbol: Sphinx Colors: King Blue and Gold National Philanthropy: School and College Readiness

Snow day does not stop Valentine’s Bingo

Chocolates and roses are typical Valentine’s Day gifts, and the Activities Program Board offered students a chance to win those and much more through Valentine’s Day Bingo on Wednesday, Feb.