Noel Miller Asst. News Editor
Shippensburg University announced the newest student representative appointed to the Council of Trustees.
Shippensburg University’s spring class of 2020 will get to celebrate its graduation in a modified in-person ceremony to make up for the cancelation of the traditional May ceremony because of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
After taking the past weeks to organize internal affairs and prepare for changes to come next semester, SGA members held their first public meeting over Zoom. During the meeting, members began the process to update SGA’s constitution and provided updates from committees.
First the Shippensburg University student government, next the president of the United States. At least, that’s what Riley Brown, the newly elected vice president of student affairs wants.
Desks and chairs in classrooms across Pennsylvania will remain empty for a little while longer.
Shippensburg University provost announces new grading system for spring semester, pass/fail option added
Shippensburg University will allow students the opportunity to choose which way they are graded for their spring 2020 courses.
Election season is coming for students at Shippensburg University, despite the lack of student presence on campus. Voting for the 2020-2021 Student Government Association (SGA) senators will begin April 6.
Shippensburg University students voiced their concerns and worked with faculty and staff toward solutions at the President’s Hour.
The art and skill of leadership is highly valued in the professional world. Across all majors, backgrounds and skill sets, past generations seek to hand leadership to the future generations.
Students, faculty and members of campus organizations filed into Old Main Chapel last Thursday to participate in the March for Humanity.