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Insight on troubled education system

September 26, 2012

Vi Le News Writer “Some have said that a college degree used to be ‘a passport to employment,’ and now it’s a visa,” stated creativity expert, Sir Ken Robinson, Ph.D., to an audience comprised of . . .

This mama loves President Obama

September 26, 2012

Sam Dutton Opinion Editor With the election in full swing, I’ve rehung the Obama for president signs, and rescued the “Obama Mama” t-shirt from the depths of my closet. I’ve listened to debates, watched interviews, . . .

“Pirates of Penzance” set utilizes new VPAC

September 26, 2012

Caleb Bressler Staff Writer With the introduction of the Visual and Performing Arts Center (VPAC) come new advantages, and challenges, to putting on a show. Ever since construction began on the building, the University Theatre . . .

Parking lots of trouble

September 26, 2012

Diane Gallagher Features Writer  The only thing worse than circling campus parking lots for what feels like an eternity in order to find a parking spot, is catching a glimpse of a bright yellow parking . . .

Men’s Soccer stays unbeaten in the conference

September 26, 2012

Kelly Capizzi Sports Writer On Saturday night, Millersville men’s soccer senior forward Matt Kadoch scored the only goal of the game to solidify Millersville’s PSAC victory over Shippensburg. The Marauders and Raiders were evenly matched . . .

Eighth place finish for women’s cross country

September 26, 2012

Chris Norton Sports Editor Out of the twelve teams competing at Lock Haven on Saturday, the women’s cross country team finished in eighth place in their fourth race of the season. To no surprise, Brittney . . .

Intramural sports champions claim their titles

September 26, 2012

Chris Norton Sports Editor In what may go unnoticed by many students on campus, the intramural sports league crowned it’s numerous champions over the past few weeks. From dodgeball, to flag football, students dominated their . . .

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