Noel Miller Asst. News Editor
The class of 2021 was greeted with clear skies and a bright sun at its commencement ceremonies Saturday May 15, burning away the pandemic-induced fog that shrouded last year’s graduation ceremonies.
The Pride Center will hold the Lavender Graduation ceremony on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in Memorial Auditorium to celebrate LGBTQ+ students in the class of 2021. A reception will follow in the Academic Quad from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Members of the class of 2021 will walk the stage Saturday to mark the end of their college journey.
The Shippensburg University Student Government Association (SGA) held its annual Transition of Power ceremony in-person Thursday April 22 to inaugurate the 60th SGA Executive Leadership Committee (ELC).
The plans to consolidate six universities into two were approved at the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s (PASSHE) Board of Governors meeting last Wednesday according to a PASSHE press release.
The Raider Rapid Response (R3) Testing center reopened and resumed weekly testing for Shippensburg University students, according to an email from the SU COVID office.
Each spring, gardeners across the nation bring out their sunhats, dirt stained gloves and favorite tools to refresh their garden for the warmer months.
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s (PASSHE) Board of Governors has voted to keep in-state tuition frozen for a third year in a row, according to an April 15 PASSHE press release.
Shippensburg University is continuing to get its on-campus rapid testing program back up and running.
Editor’s note: This story includes language used by the demonstrators that some readers may find offensive. Shippensburg University campus leaders are responding and offering support after a group of self-described “Bible believers” drew a crowd on campus last week.