Shannon Long - News Editor
Shippensburg University designated Seavers and Naugle halls as first-year student residence halls only in 2018.
Five years ago, an SU student had the idea to celebrate the holidays and raise money at the same time through a project at his local library.
Shippensburg University introduced a new course this semester called UNIV 101: First Year Seminar, which all first-year students are required to take.
Members of Shippensburg University gathered together in front of the Old Main fountain to remember loved ones lost to gun violence at the Living Through You event on Nov. 6.
The Shippensburg Community Resource Coalition (SCRC) is asking for non-perishable food donations as part of a food drive for the Hound Packs Program.
Shippensburg University hosted the second bi-annual Democracy Day on Nov. 5 to celebrate student voting.
Shippensburg University’s Human Communications Department created a communications center for students to better their presentation skills and provide guidance for problems they may be having.
Two Shippensburg University students are coming together to host an event that honors and remembers victims of gun violence.
A Shippensburg University mental health counseling graduate student Brad Hoey died on Oct. 25 at a New Jersey hospital.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Friday signed Senate Bill 1090, the Timothy J. Piazza Anti-hazing Law, which gives stricter penalties toward hazing and makes sure schools have policies to protect students.