Women’s swim team drops first two meets of season

November 7, 2012

Brooke Stephens Staff Writer This past Saturday, the women’s swim team traveled to California University of Pennsylvania for a meet against Gannon and California universities. Unfortunately, they were unable to keep up. The women’s swim . . .

Poetry Aloud: an evening of the written word

November 7, 2012

Rose Chiango Staff Writer On Friday, November 2, the Ware Center hosted the third annual “Poetry Aloud” event. It featured readings from Millersville students and Poet Laureate Chris Longenecker. The Creative Writers’ Guild is an . . .

The perks of seeing “Wallflower ”

November 7, 2012

Molly Carl Staff Writer “Welcome to the Island of Misfit Toys.” In 1999, author Stephen Chbosky wrote the book “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.” Recently, this book has become somewhat of a cult classic, . . .

Voting problems

November 7, 2012

Megan E Quinn Nat and World News WASHINGTON—On Tuesday November 6, 2012 there were many problems for voters around the U.S. and mostly in Pennsylvania according to Curt Anderson from the Associated Press. This includes . . .

Meditation for stressful election

November 7, 2012

Marianne Caesar Nat and World News “When will there be time to relax with so much homework to do?” This and many other questions are floating within the minds of Millersville students as the winter . . .

Finding food for a vegan: places and options

November 7, 2012

Nicole Schaffer Features Writer For vegetarians and vegans living on campus, it can be challenging to find healthy, nourishing meals. While vegetarians have a wider range of choices available to them because they include animal . . .

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