Mary Grace Keller
A Shippensburg University student was airlifted by helicopter to Penn State Hershey Medical Center Sunday night after being struck by a vehicle in the crosswalk at the intersection of North Earl Street and Lancaster Drive. The victim, Samuel A.
On the second floor of the Luhrs Performing Arts Center, students and university staff mingled between tables at the “Spirit of Generosity” New Scholarship Recipient Reception on Sept.
Snow crunched underfoot as marchers followed the voice of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. into the winter air at Shippensburg University for the 27th March for Humanity.
The Shippensburg University Council of Trustees unanimously voted to implement a change in how students will pay for their education at SU in order to offset cutbacks in state funding that have cost the university more than $30 million over the past decade.
More than 40 years ago, graduate student George “Jody” Harpster worked as an intern in President Gilmore Seavers office at Shippensburg University.
A dream cannot be stopped by a bullet. A movement cannot die with one man, and Shippensburg University’s Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) cannot wait to start its 27th annual March for Humanity. SU’s African American Organization (AAO) partnered with MSA and the Social Equity Office to continue the march that honors Rev.
Seven a.m. alarm. Muddy footprints. Obstacle course. Campus construction. It is a love-hate relationship that Shippensburg University students have come to know well. As of right now, the construction is physically 73 percent complete, according to Eric Barr and Bruce Herring of the Department of Facilities Management and Planning.
Shots rang out near 348 Fort St. as three suspects fled a robbery scene, campus police reported. The suspects are one Caucasian or Hispanic female and two African American males, believed to be around 20 years old. Suspects left the area in a black Explorer vehicle, according to campus police. Shippensburg University students received an SU Alert email at 10:09 p.m., warning them of the crime. Campus police urge students to be cautious and notify Shippensburg borough police at 717¬–532–7361 with any information regarding the robbery.
Hunched over and scribbling in their notebooks in Dauphin Humanities Center (DHC) 051, students listened to English professor William Harris read from his newly published book, “Slouching Toward Gaytheism: Christianity and Queer Survival in America.”