Julie Raffensperger Associate Features Editor Remember the early morning routine in elementary school? You had cereal and toast or a hot plate of eggs and bacon waiting for you on the table. At the very . . .
Olivia Synoracki Arts & Cultures Writer Life as a Residents Assistant is a busy one. Besides everyday classes and homework, RAs have a duty to manage the lobby and halls each night while enforcing university . . .
Aaron Sanders Staff Writer Last Thursday was an unpredictable day. I finished a rigorous afternoon after a weekly meeting with The Snapper staff. As I left the lower level of the SMC, a friend told . . .
Sam Dutton Opinion Editor “And when Longstreet approached the battle scene what were the words uttered by Daniel Sickles?” This was one of the many questions posed by Dr. Prushankin to students as they stood . . .
Felicia Chalfant Staff Writer With the onset of the Halloween season, many students will be going to the local haunted attraction. Year after year at these “haunted” establishments there has been a haunted house that . . .
Brandon Lesko Assoc. Opinion Editor After a week spent under the looming anxiety of a potential faculty strike it appears that picket lines will not be adorning the sidewalks of universities across the state – . . .
Michael Blackson Editor-in-Chief As director of the Software Productization Center (SPC) at Millersville, Dr. Stephanie Schwartz knows a thing or two about leading young, passionate entrepreneurs into developing their ideas into something more. That’s why . . .
Laura Maginley Assoc. News Editor Millersville University announced Dr. Anne Huot and Dr.David Arnold as the next possible candidates to take Dr. Francine G. McNairy’s position upon her retirement. Huot, current provost and vice president . . .
Maria Barcoski News Writer Last semester, the MU Men’s Track & Field and Cross-Country teams were eliminated. In pursuit of re-establishing these programs, the Coalition to Rescue Our Sports (CROS) formed. They, along with supporters, . . .