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Brian MarkleyAssociate Sports Editor Millersville’s One Day Give is a day of generous giving back to the university from students, alumni, faculty, parents and friends of Millersville University.  This year’s One Day Give took place on Thursday, Feb. 27 and...
Rachel Laughlin Associate Arts & Culture Editor Millersville University hosted the 13th annual Science Olympiad this past Saturday, February 29th. Coordinated by two professors in the chemistry department, Dr. Kathryn Allen and Dr. Daniel Albert, Science Olympiad is a scholarly...

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Sydney ClarkFeatures Editor While each student studying abroad returned home due to COVID-19, Millersville University student, David Milam, experienced an especially unique trip while being in Seoul, South Korea. Milam knew his trip would be different than originally expected right after...
Sydney ClarkFeatures Editor For many students studying abroad across the world, their trips were cut short as the United States started to take COVID-19 more seriously. Millersville University junior, Carly O’Neill, is no exception when she had to come home early from taking classes...
Carly O'NeillAssociate Features Editor Greta Huber is a Sophomore at Millersville University who is currently quarantining in her dorm room at The Philipps University of Marburg in Germany. She began her study abroad adventure when she arrived on Feb. 18 with not the slightest...

Podcasts and Videos

A dream becomes a reality for Tyler Yankosky (Ep 5)

Jared KishSports Editor Like any youngster playing baseball, Tyler Yankosky’s goal was always to...

A smart decision led Eli Nabholz on the right path to success (Ep 4)

Jared KishSports Editor For Eli Nabholz, his journey to the MU baseball program was a...

A long journey to professional baseball pays off for Daniel Ross (Ep. 3)

Jared KishSports Editor Daniel Ross has travelled thousands of miles to get where he...

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Millersville Woman's lacrosse celebrates their senior athletes amid an unexpected ending to their college careers.
Scott MacHenryStaff Writer There are so many words that can describe the spring of 2020.   Unprecedented. Strange. Inexplicable. But for college seniors, the word is devastating. There will be no graduation ceremonies, no final parties, no sense of accomplishment mixed with that twinge of sadness...
Jared KishSports Editor Like any youngster playing baseball, Tyler Yankosky’s goal was always to be drafted. Last June, that dream became a reality for Yankosky when the Washington Nationals drafted the former MU pitcher. He was pretty stocked to...
Jared KishSports Editor For Eli Nabholz, his journey to the MU baseball program was a bit different from those of many of his teammates. Nabholz began his collegiate career at Penn State before coming to play under head coach Jon...
Matt HornerStaff Writer Last Sunday night was as bad of a night as it gets for former Bulls general manager Jerry Krause, as ESPN’s new documentary “The Last Dance” spent the first two episodes to lay the groundwork of a house of character narratives...