First Ever Virtual Shawnee State Fall Bear Run
Sarah Huston, Staff Reporter • October 9, 2020

The Shawnee State Bear Run is a biannual event that occurs during the Fall and Spring. It is a Shawnee tradition since the first race in...

Meet the Staff
Tyler Leach
Tyler Leach
Staff Reporter

In today’s day and age writing has become something of a lost art. Everything has become digital and it seems as if the delayed gratification of writing a thorough and complete story has fallen by the...

Introducing Ask Sam
Introducing Ask Sam
Mason Bryant, Head Editor • October 12, 2020

New to Shawnee State University and hosted by The Chronicle, "Ask Sam" is SSU's version of "Dear Abby." Students, faculty, and staff can ask...

SSU Greek Life
SSU Greek Life
Aubrey Boland October 19, 2020

Have you ever considered being a part of Greek Life? Shawnee State University (SSU) has a bustling Greek life presence on campus with two fraternities: Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) and Phi Mu Delta (PMD), and two sororities: Delta Phi Epsilon (DPhiE) and Theta Phi Alpha (TPA). Greek life can be a great way to get involved on campus. Joining a fraternity or sorority can help students make connections with...

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The Red Flag Campaign Returns to Shawnee
The Red Flag Campaign Returns to Shawnee
Evan Green, Staff Reporter • October 19, 2020

The Red Flag Campaign is an initiative started in 2005 by the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance. The goal of the campaign is to educate and inform college students about the dangers and warning signs of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking on college campuses. Since the campaign launched, it has spread to over 500 college campuses including colleges in 49 states, Canada,...

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Google Images: Mid-Ohio Food Collective (Hunger Statistics)
Pass the Plate, Scioto County
Jaden Morris, Staff Reporter • October 10, 2020

Food insecurity is one of the most prominent problems facing Scioto County today. When also considering the overall impact of COVID-19, the problem becomes much more serious. Socioeconomic uncertainties, especially food instability, constitute significant danger to the general health and well-being of many local residents, especially children. According to the Ohio Hunger Alliance, as many as...

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First Ever Virtual Shawnee State Fall Bear Run
Sarah Huston, Staff Reporter • October 9, 2020

The Shawnee State Bear Run is a biannual event that occurs during the Fall and Spring. It is a Shawnee tradition since the first race in 1995. The current course goes through SSU's campus and along the Portsmouth Floodwall Murals. Due to the pandemic, changes have had to be made to this event to protect the health of the participants. While you are still welcome to use the course in Portsmouth,...

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Are online classes beneficial or do they affect college students?
Are online classes beneficial or do they affect college students?
Javier Santiago, Staff Reporter • October 9, 2020

PORTSMOUTH, OHIO- Being a college student can be very challenging. The new environment, the difficulty of classes, the leaving of home and many other factors may appear as obstacles to many upcoming students. Although some students adjust quickly, many of them go through tough times to get accustomed to a new lifestyle. Nevertheless, with the current pandemic, most colleges have changed their ways...

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