Have you witnessed a violent activity on campus? Do you or a friend feel like they are being harassed? Have you overheard someone making threatening remarks? If so you were probably unsure of what action to take. . . .
As the semester winds down, the Student Senate does not. President Mackenzie Wrobel has important information for her senators. One highlight from the meeting regarded the H1N1 vaccination offered for free on campus. . . .
When we look at a town or a city, do we consider what we want or what we covet? The Lancaster Metro is at a crossroads for planning, and the County Planning Commission has been gracious in providing Envision workshops, regular meetings, and the like. . . .
College, “The institution of Higher learning” is a place where handcuffs that were placed on our brains by the mindless repetitions of high school and the box that it placed us in were taken off and removed. . . .
Swooping through the crisp night air, and scooping up small insects. The Pennsylvania’s hibernating bat species may have entered caves, attics, and abandoned mines to hibernate for the last time. A pandemic has broken out . . .
“I assume everyone here is interested in falling in love?” began the Thursday night lecture given by Dr. John Patrick Giddy, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics at the University Kwazulu in Natal, South Africa. Dr. . . .
The Marauder Men’s Soccer team enters the NCAA tournament for the second straight year coming off a disheartening PSAC Championship game loss. This one was a 2-1 setback to Slippery Rock University that saw goalkeeper . . .