The Republican Party held its first presidential debate in Milwaukee, Wis. on Aug. 23 without the frontrunner for the nomination, but the event was still rowdy and contentious despite former President Donald Trump’s absence.
Members of the Tennessee House of Representatives voted to expel Rep. Justin Jones and Rep. Justin Pearson on Thursday due to their involvements in a March 30 protest at the State Capitol.
President Joe Biden delivered his 2023 State of the Union address on Feb. 7, where he celebrated the political achievements of his administration as he prepares to face the challenge of passing legislation through a divided — and obstreperous — Congress.
Former President Donald Trump took his first official steps onto the 2024 campaign trail and announced his intentions to become the 47th president of the United States in a speech given at his Mar-a-Lago resort on Nov. 15.
The 2022 midterm elections mark the halfway point of President Joe Biden’s first term in office, meaning the road to the 2024 presidential election is fast approaching. Both parties have crucial decisions to make within the next two years that will decide whether they control the Oval Office on Jan. 20, 2025.
Charles Patterson was inaugurated as the 18th president of Shippensburg University on Oct. 27.
Shippensburg University professors Jonathan Skaff and Mark Sachleben moderated a discussion with seven SU students who have participated in study abroad programs.
Hurricane Ian made landfall in Cayo Costa, Florida, on the afternoon of Sept. 28. As a Category 4 system, Ian is the third major hurricane since 2017 to make landfall in Florida. Gov. Ron DeSantis called the damage “historic.”
Mikhail Gorbachev, the final leader of the Soviet Union, died from an undisclosed illness on Aug. 30. Gorbachev was 91 years old and is widely considered as of the most influential leaders in world history, having overseen the collapse of the Soviet Union during his six years in power from 1985 to 1991.