Millersville’s volleyball team inched above the .500 mark for the first time since 2007 early last week. However, it lasted only a few days as they dropped their next four matches and fell to 8-10 . . .
“A Gate at the Stairs” by Lorrie Moore The biggest problem with writing about characters who are emotionally “detached” from society and other people is you risk your reader becoming emotionally “detached” from your characters . . .
Faculty came back to the fall semester to greet many more shining faces in each of their classes.
Without warning, five, or ten, or fifteen students were added to most sections, often necessitating additional work on the part of the faculty member to rework syllabi and assignments.
Each student brings with him or her additional grading time and interpersonal interaction. . . .
College can be a difficult transition for students.
They leave their home, get thrown into a closet-sized dorm with a complete stranger, and they have to create best friends out of these strangers. . . .
Graduate students are becoming younger and more frequent on campus this semester.
Jessica Taylor, 24, a third year student, is a graduate assistant in the Graduate Admissions office at Lyle Hall. . . .
What happens when you take three amazing rock bands and put them on stage? You get Millersville University’s Fall concert. The All American Rejects, Taking Back Sunday, and Anberlin will be performing in Pucillo Gym . . .
The Snapper’s website is about to go through some major changes.
Some of these changes will be behind the scenes, but a majority of them are aimed at making the site both more interactive and user friendly. . . .
The Millersville Marauders football team was unable to stop West Chester’s high powered offense in a 63-10 loss in Millersville’s home opener Saturday. Millersville allowed too many big plays on defense and struggled to keep . . .