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Pride Center Opening and Insight

11/1/2018 By: Megan Talley SHIPPENSBURG – Located in CUB 231, the Pride Center is officially open after a year of developing and planning with President Carter’s Administration. Dani Zinn, Graduate Assistant for the Pride Center, tells us that “The LGBTQ Concerns Committee was around but once President Carter came in, alumnus TrentBauer asked and convinced… Read More ›

Halloween History

10/25/2018 By Madyson Bracken SHIPPENSBURG – It’s almost time for Halloween, the spooky holiday focused all on dressing up and getting candy from our neighbors. Horror movies are featured in theaters, on cable television and on digital streaming services, and homes are decked out in creepy spider webs, witches and skeletons. But where did all… Read More ›

Trump Administration Changes Definition

10/25/2018 By: Megan Talley WASHINGTON, D.C. – In a controversial decision by the Trump administration, the word “Transgender” may be wiped from federal law. The administration plans to change the definition of gender as “sex as either male or female, unchangeable, and determined by what a person is born with.” This change will completely take… Read More ›

Ford Bringing Driverless Cars to New City

10/25/2018 By: Megan Talley WASHINGTON, D.C. – Self driving cars are headed to D.C. Ford announced a partnership with Washington, D.C. Monday with plans to begin testing self-driving cars early next year. So far, self-driving cars have been tested mainly in suburbs and smaller cities. But D.C. will prove a challenge for Ford’s vehicles as… Read More ›

Juul Teen Epidemic

10/11/2018 By Delana Burrell SAN FRANCISCO – The Food and Drug Administration, has called the use of Electronic Cigarettes and tobacco style vape pens an epidemic among teenagers. Juul, the e-cigarette company is under investigation by the FDA for intentionally targeting underage teenagers when marketing its devices. Warning letters have been sent to over 1,300… Read More ›

Do College Students Get Enough Sleep

10/11/2018 By Breanna Brown & Dishawn Vance SHIPPENSBURG – It’s no secret that college students often struggle with getting adequate sleep during the academic year. A survey conducted using a sample of Shippensburg University students shows that majority of students go to sleep around 12 a.m. on school nights. About 47 percent of students said they… Read More ›

Part-Time Students

10/4/2018 By Madyson Bracken SHIPPENSBURG – Balancing a part-time job and academics is a sometimes difficult challenge that many college students must face. A survey conducted across campus proved that juniors are the most at-risk for stress relating to balancing work and school. Many juniors work between fifteen and twenty-four hours a week and spend… Read More ›

Ship Serves Community with Adopt-a-Highway

By: Megan Talley 9/27/2018 SHIPPENSBURG – Two SU organizations are saving the planet one plastic bottle at a time. Adopt-a-Highway is an organization sponsored by PennDOT that allows organizations to pick up trash along a two mile road two times a year. The Slate, SU’s newspaper, adopted Newville Road last year and hopes to keep… Read More ›

Dunkin Donuts Changing Name

By: Megan Talley 9/27/2018 BOSTON – Dunkin Donuts is officially changing its name. The Boston based coffee chain is dropping donuts from the name as its focus shifts to more menu items. The company wants the rebranding to highlight its drink options and take out foods, not just those sweet, doughy treats. The name change… Read More ›

W. Kamau Bell Coming to Shippensburg Next Week

9/20/2018 By: Megan Talley SHIPPENSBURG – Comedian, writer and Netflix star W. Kamau Bell is coming to Shippensburg next Wednesday, September 26. The Emmy Award winning television host will be hosting the program “Ending Racism in About an Hour” on the Luhrs stage at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public…. Read More ›

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