Noel Miller Asst. News Editor
The Shippensburg University Pride Center is undergoing a change in leadership as officials search for a new director. Dani Zinn, the former director of the Pride Center, decided to join the Air Force in August and stepped down from her role, according to Arielle Catron, the interim director of the Pride Center and director of the Women’s Center.
Shippensburg University recently launched “Ship Connects,” a virtual networking platform for faculty, staff, students and alumni.
The Shippensburg University ROTC and members of the SU community commemorated the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with the annual ceremony outside of the Erza Lehman Memorial Library. With nearly 40 people in attendance, Junior, Cadet Gavin Bupp, opened the ceremony by welcoming the students, faculty, staff and administrations.
The COVID-19 coronavirus has affected every level of the Shippensburg University campus community. The lives of resident assistants, known as RAs, have not escaped this change.
Shippensburg University emailed students Thursday informing students of an off-campus sexual assault.
Shippensburg University Student Government Association (SGA) elections wrapped up last week. The four remaining SGA senator seats were filled, according to an SGA email. The elections began Aug. 31 and ended Thursday. Students ran to fill the non-traditional, female athletics, class of 2024 senator and the class of 2022 senator positions.
Students, faculty, administrators and staff gathered Thursday at the Hockey Rink and Rec Fields for the “A.C.T. Call to Solidarity Rally.”
Shippensburg University students have new on-campus dining opportunities this semester. Aramark Educational Services replaced Chartwells, the former dining provider.
Shippensburg University is aiming to keep its students afloat amid a nationwide pandemic where students, faculty and staff must be able to adapt at a moment’s notice if they hope to stay on campus for the semester.
Members of the Shippensburg University class of 2024 had an unconventional but warm welcome to their first year in college.