Something I starkly remember as a middle-schooler is my teachers’ drives to see us use Microsoft Office, specifically Powerpoint, as much as possible. It makes sense, in retrospect; our teachers wanted us to immerse ourselves in the easily accessible technology available at our fingertips to prepare us for our futures.
On Wednesday morning, the day after Shippensburg Area School District officials learned of a bomb threat targeting the district’s high school, police patrolled the entrances to the building.
Shippensburg Area School District officials learned Tuesday afternoon of a potential bomb threat targeting Shippensburg Area Senior High School on Wednesday.
Nobody likes being put on the spot. And sometimes, that’s precisely how some people feel when they are being interviewed for a story.
Hello students, Allow me to add mine to the chorus of voices welcoming you to Shippensburg University for the Fall 2019 semester. My name is Jon Bergmueller, and I am the editor-in-chief of The Slate for the coming school year. We are very excited to deliver your news to you.
As the new editor-in-chief of this paper, it falls upon me to carry on the “Your World Today,” column started by previous editor-in-chief Troy Okum and continued by my predecessor, Jenna Wise, to continue discussing topics of importance to Shippensburg University and its community.
You may have seen him around campus, but then again that could have been his twin brother.
Shippensburg University President Laurie Carter announced in an email Thursday that a new executive director for Shippensburg University Student Service Inc. (SUSSI) has been hired.
Ubisoft brings the “Assassin’s Creed” franchise to a whole new level of awesome in its new game, “Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey.”
Fans hurried into theaters ahead of spoilers, no matter the cost, to see “Avengers: Endgame,” the amazing finale to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), last week.