Katie Pryor Staff Writer With Halloween just around the corner, Citamard Players brings W.S. Gilbert’s short play of horror, comedy and romance to life in “Ages Ago.” Directed by Josh Dorsheimer, this was a show . . .
Dan Lancellotti Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor On October 13th Cirque-Tacular put on a dazzling show to celebrate the opening of The Winter Center. Director of the Ware and Winter Centers Barry Kornheiser took the . . .
Zach Staab Nat. & World News Editor Freshly carved jack-olanterns, sickeningly sweet candy corn, smooth and delicious apple cider, and never-ending corn mazes are abundant this time of year. Grocery stores are stocking up on . . .
Danielle Weaver Features Writer In 2008, MU student Stacy Snyder was about to graduate with a teaching degree when she discovered that Millersville was withholding her teaching credential. Because of a picture posted to her . . .
Kayla Forgrave Features Writer The National Sleep Foundation says that most people generally need between seven and nine hours of sleep on any given night. Seniors Lindsay Wilson, Erin Kerchner, Allison Casola, and Jordan Ott . . .
Hayley Addesa Features Writer Rainy days are not uncommon at Millersville. They are so normal that students simply cannot avoid them. Unfortunately, with a change of seasons we face the new challenge of overcoming rain . . .
Christine Illes Features Writer Mac-and-cheese is the ultimate comfort food. There is nothing better than elbow macaroni smothered in a nice, decadent cheese sauce, topped with toasted, golden breadcrumbs. But unfortunately, we are college kids . . .
Julie Raffensperger Associate Features Editor Sneezing, sniffling, fever, chills. With the changing of the seasons, many people are subject to Mother Nature’s cruel joke. Even worse, these symptoms seem to hit just when you are . . .
Erica Maxwell Features Writer College can open up many doors for students; one of these doors is the opportunity to travel. Millersville University is offering a summer class that will include a trip to Northern . . .