Jonathan Bergmueller Editor-in-Chief
A Penn State Health Life Lion Critical Care Transport helicopter touched down outside Seth Grove Stadium at Shippensburg University Sunday afternoon for an emergency.
In yet another egregious act of the executive branch, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made headlines when he allegedly shouted down NPRs Mary Louise Kelly.
Love is in the air, and it will also be in The Slate in two weeks.
Get “Do Re Me Fa So” excited for “The Concert Xperience 2020.” Blackbear and Marc E. Bassy are on their way to Shippensburg University’s Heiges Field House to headline SU Activity Programming Board’s (APB) annual spring concert.
New policies limiting journalists’ access to the impeachment hearings underway in our nation’s capital this week are forcing voters to witness history unfold through the lenses of government-operated cameras.
Who’s next to take the stage? Shippensburg University’s Activity Programming Board (APB) will announce the headliner of their “Concert Xperience 2020” Thursday at 9 a.m.
There are dozens of opportunities for students to volunteer for their community throughout the semester.
Three religious demonstrators seeking to save the students of Shippensburg University assembled in the academic quad and preached what they considered the Word of God. And while many in the community believe the men did not further civil discourse at SU, some believe their presence can be used as a jumping point to discuss how society can approach handling personal differences.
Journalism is under an existential threat. But journalists, combined with a media-literate public, can combat it.
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.