Jonathan Bergmueller Editor-in-Chief
You see a flattering picture of yourself posted on theslateonline.com and you want to use it on Facebook (and goodness knows you’re seldom photogenic), but you don’t know if you can use it or not.
Hand-in-hand, together they stand. Members of the Shippensburg community gathered on King Street Sunday just before the Veteran’s Day Parade to unite as a town against the recent troubles they have faced.
When strife rears its head, communities must stand hand-in-hand to face it. Members of the Shippensburg community will do just that this Sunday in the face of the recent troubles that have afflicted the town.
We live in a generation where everything is available in an instant. From news to Netflix to calculators that solve math problems for us, all that we consume is expected to be here and now, lest we get angry and put our foot through the computer or throw our phones into a lake.
Assistant Ship Life Editor Chaela Williams is the Slater of the Month for October because of her passion and dedication to the role she plays.
Last Thursday, three men from various ministries positioned themselves in front of the Ezra Memorial Library in the academic quad to preach their religious beliefs. They delivered several stump speeches, but also spoke with individual members of the crowd.
Pennsylvania State Police charged a former Shippensburg University student with homicide in the Oct. 6 shooting near High Street that left one man dead and another injured.
Shippensburg University’s Student Government Association confirmed Seth Edwards to be the new vice president of external affairs despite internal disagreement on the process used.
Get ready to do the Time Warp.
If there’s one thing journalists take seriously, it is the safety and privacy of their sources. When journalists make a promise to protect a source, they often keep it even if it lands them in prison per a subpoena from a court. But many members of the public do not fully understand what sort of agreements have been used in the past.