Justin Hawbaker Ship Life Editor
While most students have gone home during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, there are still a few living in Naugle Hall.
The loss of Agnes Ragone, a well-loved former Shippensburg University French and Spanish professor, brought the SU community together in grief and mourning.
Going to the library may be a bore for some people, but for others there is a world of resources to discover right at their fingertips.
Many students find college gets harder as the years go on. There will be a point at which students might be struggling in a course and need help.
A new semester is beginning, but the school year is halfway over.
Getting a good night’s sleep is hard enough without extra obstacles such as insomnia and other sleep disorders.
Shippensburg University was in for a colorful evening featuring a drag queen, sexual jokes, confetti and rainbow-colored candy to start off the weekend.
Picture walking into a room with a fresh smell of baked goods waiting to be eaten. Now imagine eating them to support a new organization on campus.
At Shippensburg University, students are recommended to join at least one organization on campus to gain experience and become part of the community. Homecoming King Ramses Ovalles knows this all too well as he is a part of seven different organizations.