Matthew Unger Asst. News Editor
Although COVID-19 was the most recent pandemic to hit the campus of Shippensburg University, it was not the first. In fact, in October of 1918, a completely different virus descended upon the campus of what was then the Cumberland Valley State Normal School (CVSNS) — the Spanish flu.
The Shippensburg University Student Government Association (SGA) swore in eight new senators during its Feb. 2 public meeting, held in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB).
Shippensburg University President Charles Patterson announced multiple items of interest to the SU community at the Jan. 27 public meeting of the Shippensburg University Council of Trustees, held in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB).
On Jan. 17, Democrat Josh Shapiro was sworn in as the 48th governor of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg.
Chase Slenker, vice president of finance for the Student Government Association (SGA), announced his resignation from the position during the Nov. 10 SGA public meeting, held in Orndorff Theater.
The 14th annual criminal justice symposium was held in Old Main Chapel on Sept. 8. The topic of discussion was abortion, with the event being titled, “Overturning Roe v. Wade: Making Abortion a Crime.”
The 2022 fall semester is here, and so is new information regarding COVID-19 on campus.
Keeping with their initiative to “reach out to students where they are,” the Student Government Association (SGA) held their Oct. 7 meeting in Gilbert Hall, the home of Multicultural Student Affairs.
It has been a little less than 10 weeks since the start of the spring 2021 semester, but I can say that the time has seemingly flown by.
A few weeks ago, I came across a funny video on YouTube. It was a TikTok video of Tom Cruise striking a golf ball with his club and joking, “If you like what you’re seeing, just wait ‘till what’s coming next.”