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What can horseshoe crabs teach us? Students find out

September 23, 2009

The first of the weekly Biology Colloquium Series featured Gene Moore presenting “What the Horseshoe Crabs Can Teach Us.” Gene Moore is an amateur biologist who earned his Bachelor’s Degree at Harvard University, following up with his Master’s Degree at Florida University. He is a Millersville Alumni currently residing in the town of Lancaster and has taken time out of his busy schedule to enlighten us on the subject of the Horseshoe Crab. . . .

From our archives: SMC renovations circa 1988

September 23, 2009

The following is an article taken from Volume 16, issue 14 published Feb 17, 1988 by MARIA MAURO, staff writer. Special thanks to Ganser Library archives for their preservation of The Snapper. . . .

Are Vampires taking over the world?

September 17, 2009

As I was reading a magazine about the new and returning TV shows coming out this fall, I realized there are a lot of shows that have vampires in them: “Vampire Dairies,” “Supernatural,” “True Blood” . . .

A dramatic but successful play

September 16, 2009

Citamard, an organization that gets its name from spelling “dramatic” backwards, kicked off the semester with a Director’s Cut presentation of “Booby Trap.” The cast performed the show in the Spring as well. However, the previous director Phil Vonada was replaced by the fresh perspective of Devyn Heinbaugh who changed many of the basic set elements and costumes, bringing her own unique style to the play. . . .

The Blanks bring music and humor to stage

September 16, 2009

“Ted’s Band,” or “The Blanks” from the popular television show, Scrubs, performed a live show at the Lyte Auditorium, Alumni Hall this past Saturday at 8 p.m. The show was an hour and a half long and highly entertaining. The band consists of four guys who enjoy singing a cappella music, or music without instruments. Sound boring? Hardly. . . .

The Drummer

September 16, 2009

Fast beats the heart within my breast Fluttering, ever fluttering Can you feel the drummer? Never does he rest Dreaming of you The butterflies overwhelm Drummer ever drumming. Fluttering ensues My love for you is . . .

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