Student media is more valuable than many other organizations that exist across campus. We are not just a club. We are a service to the campus community, and whether or not students choose to be informed should not result in SGA acting as if we do not deserve money more than other groups do. It is incredibly alarming if our student government continues to cut funding for student media to the point where we could soon have to drastically change how we operate.
While international press flocks to cover the exodus of scandal-ridden ex-His Royal Highness (HRH) Harry and Meghan Markle, America, especially Shippensburg, can discuss the issues behind royal exile within the context of its own community.
While Shippensburg University students vacationed away from classes during the winter season, the United States government was embroiled in political disagreements.
Rock music played at the Prince Street entrance to Shippensburg University as faculty mingled and cars honked in support as the strike went into its third day.
PASSHE Chancellor Frank Brogan said he is “anxious” to return to the negotiating table, SU professor Debra Cornelius announced at the North Prince Street picket line.
Student and faculty protestors converged on the Shippensburg University property line on North Prince Street just after noon today.
Shippensburg University Campus Police reported the following incidents between Sept. 1 and Sept. 10: