Troy Okum - Editor-in-Chief
Local officials announced the opening of a $1.3 million road during a ribbon cutting ceremony held on Friday at Shippensburg University (SU), bringing the eight-year project to a close.
The nationwide search for Shippensburg University’s next president ended today as Laurie Carter from Eastern Kentucky University was announced to be SU’s 17th president starting Aug. 7.
The roar of shouting friends and family members echoed around Shippensburg University’s Heiges Field House during the two undergraduate commencement ceremonies Saturday. Rain and cool weather pushed the celebration inside, causing it to split into two ceremonies.
As The Slate celebrated its 60-year history with alumni over the weekend, it also unveiled that the newspaper will be rebranded and redesigned as a broadsheet for next semester.
While many students are looking forward to the end of the semester because they are graduating, getting ready for an exciting internship or just as a time to relax, The Slate is celebrating.
From car tires to human organs, Shippensburg University senior art majors showcased an array of works that expressed their emotions and creativity at the Kauffman Gallery on Saturday.
Most college students today grew up in a country that was at perpetual war with phantom enemies that are swept under the umbrella term “terrorists.”
Maker of the iconic rainbow flag used to represent the LGBT community, Gilbert Baker, died in New York City over the weekend, which reminded many people of the long history of LGBT Americans’ fight for equality.
Republicans hit a roadblock last week with repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, but they are making progress in deconstructing broad internet privacy protection policies that were created under former President Barack Obama’s administration.
Don’t worry about the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the Republican Party spent the last seven years working hard to come up with a new and improved plan.