Sunday, February 28, 2021

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News

We hope this first edition puts your mind at ease and gives you something to enjoy during these stressful times.
Jake MarkoffNews Editor On Thursday, February 4 Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene was stripped of her congressional committee assignments by a majority vote in the House. Rep. Greene drew the ire of her colleagues and the public when conspiratorial statements she made previously on...

Opinion

Features

Carly O'NeillEdior in Chief Millersville is holding its annual One Day Give today, February 25 from 6 a.m. to midnight. The theme of the event this year is “Give To What You Love” and it will be held online to allow students, faculty, staff,...
Carly O'NeillEditor in Chief Former Millersville student, Tianna Le’Ray received a message one day from New Degree Press on LinkedIn. She was hesitant at first, thinking the message had to be a scam, since it seemed too good to be true. The message read...
Hannah Carricato Staff Writer As a college student, who doesn't enjoy having the newest technology, while also supporting companies that give back to others. According to America’s Most Responsible Companies 2021, Best Buy, the consumer electronics company, landed at number 22...

Podcasts and Videos

The Snapshot: MU Senior Makes Budgeting Easy

Click on the link below to view this episode of The Snapshot. https://vimeo.com/516962689

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...

Arts & Culture

Sports

Caleb WolfeSports Editor With campus sports returning in less than a week, many students were unsure if they would be watching the games from the sidelines or the computer screen. Thankfully, Millersville Athletics recently announced a list of attendance policies that will not...
Michael ZabkowskiStaff Writer College basketball fans around the country are all wondering the same thing, what happened to the teams that have been atop the totem pole for the last 15-20 years? More specifically: Duke, North Carolina, Michigan State, Kentucky, and Kansas are...
Michael ZabkowskiStaff Writer National Signing Day was on February 3, 2021, and serves as the first day that High School football players can commit to the College of their choice. Although it is first day that individual players can sign, it is often the...
Caleb WolfeSports Editor After nearly a year long hiatus, sports at Millersville University are returning.  The first two team sports to resume will be the men’s baseball team and women’s softball team. The baseball team specifically is coming off their best...