Theresa Helwig


Student Spotlight: Student strives to work with people

For many students, deciding a career path for their future poses a difficult challenge. Danielle Wagner, a 26-year-old Shippensburg University senior, is one non-traditional student who has gone through the process of selecting not one, but two completely different career paths.

The game of Ultimate Frisbee gains popularity

Ultimate Frisbee, which is now known simply as the game of Ultimate, began in 1968 when a group of students from Columbia High School in Maplewood, N.J., picked up a disc and began tossing it down a field.

Student Snacking at SU

It is a well-known fact that attending a college or university is a costly endeavor. Not only do students who pursue a degree have to pay for the tuition; there are many other costs that are incurred and added to the overall bill as well.

Social Work Students Start Club: "E-Stop"

Human trafficking affects nearly 2 million people around the world each year. Surprisingly enough, 50 thousand of these incidents occur within the United States. After realizing these awful statistics, five social work majors decided to start the Eliminate Slavery and Trafficking Of People club (E-Stop).

Shippensburg Corn Festival is successful

On Saturday, Aug. 25, the annual Shippensburg Corn Festival transformed King Street into a medley of art, entertainment and food vendors. The idea of the corn festival was established by the Shippensburg Heritage and Recreation Society (SHARPS). After a historic log house was torn down in order to build Sheetz in 1979, SHARPS decided to begin the process of making Shippensburg into a registered historic district with the National Register of Historic Places in order to ensure its history was preserved.