The Millersville University Marauders had another upsetting week after being shutout by the Bloomsburg Huskies on Saturday. MU traveled to Bloomsburg on a rainy Saturday and came ready to play a team which held the Division II NCAA title for the past three years. . . .
While I am grateful that you used ‘The Snapper” to voice your concern about these supposed forms of “segregation,” there are a number of points to be made regarding your thoughts on the subject. . . .
There is an old saying: “You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.” On October 7, 2009, the “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” program is calling all men and women to “get their swagger on and strut in stilettos” to protest rape, sexual assault and gender violence. This program asks men to literally walk one mile in women’s high-heeled shoes throughout Millersville University to protest. . . .
We can know the truth because the truth is everywhere. It is a like a lamp around us, constantly hovering. We may miss it due to distractions in our lives. If we decide not to accept the truth, that only lessens of amount the people who know the truth. The truth does not respect of person, but loves all people. The truth desires intimacy with all men and women but will not infringe on people’s boundaries. We must know that truth is out there, though we may not have to accept it. . . .
The Millersville women’s soccer team fell 3-0 to Slippery Rock, marking the fifth time in six games the Marauders have been held without a single goal. The last goal from the team came nearly two weeks ago, when the Marauders defeated Shippensburg at home 1-0 on September 19. The most recent loss to Slippery Rock dropped Millersville’s record to 2-8 at the halfway point of the season. . . .
“Look at life through the windshield, not the rear-view mirror,” is the quote printed on the meeting agenda for last Thursday’s meeting of Millersville University’s Student Senate. The quote, said by Byrd Bagget, is exactly what every member of Student Senate does. . . .
Things are beginning to look like 2008 for Millersville football team, and that’s not a good thing. Millersville’s defense crumbled again on Saturday as the Shippensburg Red Raiders took it to the Marauders during the first night game in Millersville since 2007. . . .
As I flip through the TV guide on my satellite, I often see “reality shows” that are becoming more prevalent as networks begin to scrape the bottom of the barrel for ideas. The reality show I am talking about is the type based on the dimwitted lives of rich people’s kids or wives. . . .
College is more than just education, books, and studying into the early morning. College is also a time to experience new relationships. Whether the relationship is flowing smoothly or trekking along a rocky road, here is some helpful advice for all those current and potential couples roaming Millersville’s campus. . . .
I wanted to write and address the article written in “The Snapper” Thursday September 24, 2009. The article, “Segregation at MU,” addressed what the author believed to be racism at Millersville University. She stated that . . .