If you have an interest in the environment and you like earth science, then Shippensburg University has the club for you. Shippensburg’s Geography and Earth Science Organization (GESO) is looking for members to join.
The Shippensburg University Council of Trustees voted unanimously at its March 30 meeting to demolish several residence halls on campus to make way for the construction of new student housing. The trustees approved a resolution to demolish McCune, Lackhove and Kieffer halls as well as Seavers Apartments.
Normally, spring arrives during the months of April and May, but this year things are a little different.
A Shippensburg University television member is trying to run a new weather website as a non-profit organization. Zak Brisko, a student majoring in the communication/journalism program, began his passion for weather many years ago.