Buffalo News, June 24, 2023 - If elected, she will champion the passage of a tenants bill of rights...“There are a lot of things in the tenants bill of rights that just don’t benefit the actual tenant but benefit everyone on that block like making sure that the houses are up to code,” she said.
March 27, 2023 - Eve Shippens, Buffalo teacher and candidate for Buffalo North District Common Council, has been endorsed by The New York Working Families Party (NYWFP).
March 10, 2023 - Eve received the endorsement of 314 Action, an organization that endorses, funds, and supports candidates with STEM backgrounds and degrees.
March 2, 2023 - Eve Shippens joins us to talk about her candidacy for Buffalo Common Council North District. We're giving her The Square bump!
February 16, 2023 - "...another female candidate is also throwing her hat into the ring for the North District Common Council seat. Buffalo School teacher and community leader, Eve Shippens has announced her run for the seat."
February 13, 2023 -- "Her early challenges in life shaped Eve Shippens' passion to give back to the community – first as a school teacher, and now in her bid to become a Common Council member..."
February 8, 2023 -- Buffalo teacher, community leader and mother of three Eve Shippens has announced her run for the North District seat on Buffalo Common Council.
January 19, 2023 -- Jay Moran begins an occasional series with candidates who are challenging incumbents on the Buffalo City Council this coming year. Up first: Eve Shippens in the North district.
WKBW Ch. 7, April 22, 2019 -- "It was just another unit in Eve Shippens environmental science class at East High School… so she thought. But when she realized how engaged her students were regarding the harmful effects plastics can have on the environment, Shippens knew more could be done."
nysut.org, APRIL 17, 2022 -- “I saw how important it was for average people to get more involved in the politics of public education,” said BTF Executive Committee member and BPTO Co-Chair Eve Shippens. She advocated for public schools at board meetings and spent the summer of 2015 as a community door-knocker, having face-to-face conversations with voters to rally support for Buffalo public schools.
Buffalo News, May 29, 2019 -- "When police identified the victim who was gunned down on the street in North Buffalo on a Friday night in March, Eve Shippens immediately recognized the young man as one of hers — a former student she taught years ago when the teenager was still in middle school."
Buffalo News, October 1, 2016 -- “Of course, this impacts their learning,” said Eve Shippens, a Buffalo teacher for 15 years. “They’re definitely capable of doing well, but there are these obstacles in their way that they’re dealing with. They come to school and their minds are focused on survival.”
nysut.org, February 29, 2016 -- We're fighting for tens of thousands of NYSUT members - School-Related Professionals and paraprofessionals all across New York State. No one should have to work multiple jobs and rely on public assistance to make ends meet.