Hayley Addessa Features Writer The strong winds and perpetual rain that battered the Northeast may not have affected Millersville University directly, but many students and their families have been affected in some way by this . . .
Cat Ardes Staff Writer As you all know, on November 6 people around the country gathered at the polls to vote for the next president. Excitement and anticipation was built up throughout the day which . . .
Sam Dutton Opinion Editor Our country sat on the edge of its seats spectating the worst of shows—The Casey Anthony Trial. That’s what it was after all wasn’t it? People flocked to the courthouse in . . .
Corrie Mckenna Kimberly Canella Contributing Writers As a previous victim to one of the many break-ins occurring in off-campus areas such as Hillview Avenue, University Drive and West Charlotte Street, I feel strongly about the . . .
Aaron Sanders Staff Writer November 22 was a great evening for me. Thanksgiving provided a break that was greatly needed, but I was more interested for the arrival of the 22nd. Why, you may ask? . . .
Danielle Kreider News Editor Twenty-four thousand tiny puzzle pieces may sound like a lot of work to some people, but not for Amy Armstrong, a sophomore at Millersville University. It took her only 10 months . . .
Steve Hicks APSCUF President Dear Students, Faculty know you are worried that your professors will go on strike. We know you are concerned about the impact a strike would have on your classes, your finals, . . .
Laura Maginley Assoc. News Editor That time of year has arrived again when Miss Millersville seeks contestants for the upcoming year. This year’s event, which will be held on March 6, is looking for girls . . .
Laura Maginley Assoc. News Editor Six candidates to succeed President Francine G. McNairy have been selectively narrowed down to three. All candidates met with the Council of Trustees (COT) for further consideration, in which three . . .