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Collins advocates youth activism

April 3, 2013

Michael Blackson Editor in Chief Hazel I. Jackson, a South Carolina native, is recognized every year at Millersville University for her instrumental work in empowering and furthering the status of African Americans in the Lancaster . . .

TKE prepares for fundraiser

April 3, 2013

Dan Lancellotti Arts & Culture Editor Tau Kuppa Epsilon has not been able to sponsor a fundraising concert for several years. Since the fraternity has grown, President Jonathan Light and the Inner Fraternal Council decided . . .

A quirky drama-comedy about relationships

April 3, 2013

Ellen Dochat Staff Writer This was a good though interesting and unpredictable film. I like those sorts of films. The concept is basic. Portia Nathan (Tina Fey) is a predictable bore of an adult. She . . .

What’s your sign?

April 3, 2013

Diane Gallagher Features Writer Every person has their own individuality, but could our personalities be written in the stars? With about 47 million websites dedicated to giving insight into how the day, month or year . . .

Getting healthy with MU Wellness Week

April 3, 2013

Christine Illes Features Writer March 25 was the kick-start of Millersville’s Wellness Week, a week dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyle choices through a handful of different events for students to attend. Each day focused on . . .

Running for a cause

April 3, 2013

Nicole Schaffer Features Writer If you want to break in your sneakers for a good cause this spring, consider participating in Lancaster’s fifteenth annual “Race Against Racism” event. This race is hosted by the Young . . .

App your way to organized

April 3, 2013

Danielle Weaver Features Writer Pens, check. Pencils, check. English paper, check. Math homework, check. When it comes to getting organized for school, many students are fired up at the beginning of the semester and lose . . .

Millersville car enthusiasts meet to talk shop

April 3, 2013

Michael Farrell Arts & Culture Writer “If you organize it, they will come” can describe the first car meet held by M&T Automotive in Lancaster, on Friday night. The event, which was created on Facebook, . . .

T-shirt controversy: Keep Calm and Carry

April 3, 2013

Emily Hepner Features Writer “Keep Calm and Carry On” started as a propaganda slogan by the British government in the World War II era, urging their people to do what the slogan suggested in a . . .

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