Two Seniors Win for Papers at History Honor Society

Congratulations to Andrea Kuhn 2014 and Julia Glauberman 2014, who both won prizes for best papers in their categories at the Eastern PA conference of Phi Alpha Theta, the History Honor Society, at Shippensburg University on April 5th. Read More»


Student Essay on Medieval Law to be Published

Katherine Pierpont

An essay by recent graduate Katherine Pierpont on the variety of late medieval laws governing prostitution will be published in Proto: An Undergraduate Humanities Journal in 2014. Pierpont, a double major in History and English, started the research for a History course called Gender and Sexuality in Medieval Europe last fall. Read More»


Examining the Right to Bear Arms

Tony Sierzega

As national headlines simmer on gun violence and gun rights, Tony Sierzega 2014 has been spending his summer examining the Second Amendment. More precisely, he is looking at the legal scholarship and politics behind the individual and collective right interpretations of this section of the United States Constitution.  Read More»