Noel Miller Asst. News Editor
Washington, D.C., held its breath Saturday as the city — and the rest of the nation and world — waited for the winner of the 2020 presidential election to be announced.
From dawn till dusk on Nov. 3, ShipVotes volunteers worked to help Shippensburg University student voters get to the polls to cast their votes.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Washington, D.C., held its breath Saturday as the city – and the rest of the nation – waited for the winner of the 2020 Presidential Election to be announced.
"With the ramifications of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic still affecting students, Shippensburg University officials will offer students the pass/fail grading option for the fall 2020 semester as they did last spring."
Shippensburg University students were among the millions of Pennsylvania voters to cast their ballots Tuesday, in what some political observers are calling one of the most important and compelling presidential elections in decades.
Shippensburg University alumni and students will still get to celebrate homecoming despite the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
More than 100 faculty members at five Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) schools received retrenchment letters as of Oct. 30.
The Shippensburg University Sociology Department hosted Emily Cloyd of the American Association for the Advancement of Science to speak about climate change Thursday.
As Election Day nears, students are looking for ways to get out to the polls. One campus group, ShipVotes, is campaigning to have professors lift absence penalties to further encourage students to vote.
The vision of a single student has become an entire week set aside each semester to celebrate the many cultures and aspects of diversity on the Shippensburg University campus.