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Shippensburg University Women’s Rugby

May 3, 2018

May 3, 2018 By: Katie Babinski SHIPPENSBURG – Shippensburg University Women’s Rugby is coming back stronger and more united than ever.  They had their last practice this Thursday, May 3rd to finish their spring semester. During the spring they play “sevens” and during the fall they play “fifteens.” There are two main groups of positions:… Read More ›

Lavender Graduation

May 3, 2018 By Allie Livelsberger SHIPPENSBURG – Lavender Graduation was Sunday April 29th in the CUB multi-purpose room. The graduation was to recognize LGBTQ+ students for all their hard work spreading pride across the campus of Shippensburg. The event is also in support of the Pride Center that has been in works on campus… Read More ›

The Piano Guys are coming to Shippensburg University

May 3, 2018 By: Michael Smith SHIPPENSBURG – If you haven’t bought your tickets for the Piano Guys yet, you better act fast. The group will be performing Thursday at 8 pm at the Luhrs Performing Arts Center and will feature a wide array of both classical and modern music. The piano guys have performed… Read More ›

Prince Harry’s Wedding Coin Released

May 3, 2018 By: Megan Talley LONDON – The Royal Mint is selling new £5 coins to commemorate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s upcoming wedding. The coin features a picture of the two along with the date of their cherished day, May 19th. You can get an uncirculated version for £13 and a silver proof… Read More ›

Shippensburg Graduation

May, 2nd 2018 By Olivia Hippensteel Photo by Shippensburg, PA – On Saturday, May 12th, the current Seniors of Shippensburg University will walk on the field of Seth Grove Stadium and receive their Degree (hopefully, the weather is in our favor). The Ceremony is to be held at 11am, and will probably last around… Read More ›


May, 1st 2018 By Olivia Hippensteel Shippensburg PA – Shippensburg University’s Old Main building has been standing tall and proud since the early 1900’s, and is still used for multiple purposes today. If you’re a student at Ship, you know that every graduating Senior is bound to take pictures in their cap and gown right… Read More ›

South Mountain Region

5-3-2018 By Courtney Sneath SHIPPENSBURG – Two Shippensburg University faculty members in the Geography and Earth Science Department earned funding money for projects on the South Mountain Region. Dr. Paul Marr and Dr. Claire Jantz each applied for mini-grants to finance two different projects that will advance the South Mountain Region. Ship has taken part… Read More ›

To Sell Textbooks or Not

April 26, 2018 By Montgomery Stambaugh SHIPPENSBURG – Is selling back your textbooks a good way to make a quick buck or is it a scam? With that time of year coming up you should know how to get the most out of the textbooks that you payed for but only probably opened once. The… Read More ›

Kim Barker and the “Taliban Shuffle”

April 26, 2018 By Cheyenne Creciun SHIPPENSBURG – PA-Acclaimed author Kim Barker gave a speech in Old Main Chapel on Wednesday night. Her talk included her adventure that inspired her book “Taliban Shuffle.” She was employed at the Chicago Tribune and in light of the 9/11 terror attacks they were in search of a correspondent… Read More ›

Campus Earth Day

April 26, 2018 By Michael Smith SHIPPENSBURG – The Eichelberger farm is working together with Shippensburg University to plant hundreds of stream-side trees in the hopes of improving the local water shed. The newly planted trees will be used to provide oxygen, absorb up to one ton of carbon dioxide per year, and will remove… Read More ›

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