A memory by William Gribble

I grew up next door at 305 N Prince in 1944-51, and went to elementary school on campus at then Rowland Laboratory. I was friends with the son of Dean of Men and head football coach Mr. Vinso. I had a wonderful time from elementary on SU campus, and with my friendship with the Rambo family (and Students and Athletes then), and News-Chronicle paperboys on campus and dorms.


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Shippensburg University is located on Susquehannock land, land that originally belonged to the Seneca-Cayuga Nation. We remain committed to working alongside their elders and youth to restore the sovereignty of all Indigenous and First Nation peoples.

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