Troy S. Okum - Editor-in-Chief
After five years of having the privilege of serving The Slate, it is time to step aside and give that privilege to others who will follow in my footsteps, just as I have followed in those who came before me.
The Democratic Party is suing President Donald Trump’s campaign, Russia and WikiLeaks over an alleged conspiracy that supposedly undermined the 2016 presidential election.
Mission accomplished. Those words should be ingrained into the hearts and minds of millennials for the rest of their lives as a painful, yet necessary, reminder that the United States is waging a never-ending war.
When famed-scholar Noam Chomsky spoke to the Shippensburg University community via Skype a couple weeks ago, he wasted no time in letting people know how bad off things are for humanity.
As the end of the semester draws closer, faculty members are opening up their offices for advising appointments — an opportunity of which students need to take full advantage.
High schools across the country failed their students last week when many administrators decided to punish, not praise, the students who walked out of the classroom to protest a lack of legislative action against gun violence.
After more than a decade of dropping enrollment rates in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) it is time for drastic actions to be taken to save the state system from disintegrating.
The power of sports competitions to unite the world and create opportunities for peace can never be underestimated.
As America’s opioid epidemic continues to take the lives of more than 50,000 people a year, one state found a way to curb the death rate ― treatment.
As global climate change continues to threaten coastal communities and change regional weather patterns, people around the world are asking, “What can I do to stop it?”