Shippensburg University officials work hard to maintain student enrollment and keep them engaged in their classes. Anytime and especially during a global pandemic, these retention strategies are important to aid in students’ educational journeys.
Bar, restaurant and business owners continue to grapple with the economic problems that stem from COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions.
The Shippensburg Borough Council is set to vote on a non-discrimination ordinance that identifies and prohibits discrimination against people based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression.
In the midst of a pandemic, Shippensburg University is offering a consolation prize to a senior class which has given up many of its “lasts:” A commencement ceremony in its commuter parking lot.
Graduation is the culmination of a student’s years of hard work inside and outside of the classroom. The ceremony is much more than a student walking across a stage in a cap and gown — it is a celebration. Students receive their diplomas and present their accolades to the friends and family who supported them along the way.
Today, this generation has been introduced to many social media outlets. Social media content can range from tweeting about the lack of milk in the refrigerator to an abstract Instagram post on political views. From Instagram, to Facebook, to the newest sensation Tik Tok, we have access to the world by simply hitting the upload button.
Every February, the United States celebrates Black History Month to remember those who fought tooth and nail for the rights of everyone living today.
Last week, students and campus officials at Dickinson College ended a days-long sit-in to see Title IX reform on campus.
The United States’ Senate is on a dramatic, media-sensationalized final countdown to its deciding vote on whether or not President Donald Trump will be removed from office. And the American people could not be more disappointed.