PAGE Center Seeks to Make a Safer Campus
The PAGE Center coordinator is seeking to provide a safer campus by preventing sexual assault with the help of Title IX and the campus police.
Move in: a glimpse of the familiar
First year students arrived at Shippensburg University during Welcome Week to start the fall semester. SU provided four days of activities to help first-year students become familiar with campus before the semester started.
Women’s Center reveals winners
The Shippensburg University Women’s Center held an award ceremony to honor faculty and students dedicated to serving women on the Shippensburg campus April 30.
Shippensburg University Fashion Archives & Museum opens exhibit
Last month, the Shippensburg University Fashion Archives & Museum (FA&M) opened its first exhibit since it closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
SU to have in-person classes, experiences for fall 2021
Shippensburg University announced it will be offering in-person experiences on campus for the fall 2021 semester.
First-year receives national $25,000 scholarship
Allyson Ritchey, a Shippensburg University first-year communication/journalism student, won the Horatio Alger Scholarship during her senior year of high school in 2020.
SGA to hold in-person transition ceremony, Thursday in CUB
The Student Government Association (SGA) will hold its 2021 transition ceremony on April 22 at 3:30 p.m. in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) multi-purpose room.
ACT vigil remembers Atlanta shooting victims
Ask. Communicate. Teach Tolerance. (A.C.T.) assembled a vigil last Monday in remembrance of the victims of the shootings that killed six Asian women in Atlanta, Georgia.
Spring starts SGA senator elections
The Student Government Association (SGA) is gearing up for spring senator elections.
Campus community celebrates Women’s History Month
The month of March ushers in Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day across the world and at Shippensburg University, where the Women’s Center has several activities lined up to celebrate.