Jonathan Bergmueller Editor-in-Chief
Gov. Tom Wolf placed all 67 Pennsylvania counties under a “stay-at-home” order on Wednesday in response to the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus throughout the state.
Shippensburg University officials announced Friday the university will offer partial refunds on a number of services for which students pay.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has ordered all businesses that are not “life-sustaining” to close by 8 p.m. Thursday.
Pennsylvania confirmed its first coronavirus (COVID-19)-related death Wednesday, according to state officials.
Two Shippensburg University students who traveled to Europe during spring break tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19), according to university officials.
All Shippensburg University courses will remain online for the rest of the spring semester, according to an email sent by university president Laurie Carter.
Shippensburg University announced Friday that it would cancel all face-to-face interaction at the university and move courses online until April 11.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announced today that all K-12 schools will close for two weeks in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Shippensburg University to delay students' return to classes a week, prepare for coronavirus to affect course instruction
Shippensburg University will extend its spring break an additional week in the wake of the spread of the coronavirus in Pennsylvania and elsewhere in the country.
Sometimes in order to see where we are going, we need to reflect on how far we have come. Several campus organizations assembled in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) to celebrate International Women’s Day five days early.