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When the teachers become the bullies

April 3, 2013

Sam Dutton Opinion Editor Too often, we hear about bullying within our schools. Kids will find almost any reason to pick on other kids, whether it’s the style of their shoes, a haircut, or simply . . .

Reflection on convention

April 3, 2013

Christian Harding Staff Writer The weekend before our recent spring break, I joined 15 of my fellow Snapper staff members on a brief trip to New York City for the purpose of attending an annual . . .

Cracking the code

April 3, 2013

Theodore R. Griffiths Staff Writer Video game piracy has been a debated practice in the PC gaming community for years. This has resulted in the creation of complex counter-measures like always-on DRM (Digital Rights Management) . . .

Biology department bulldozed

April 3, 2013

Julia Scheib News Writer I. “It sucks, but it’s progress. You can’t save everything.” Ron Frisbie, a large-boned man whose official title is Project Manager of the Capital Construction Department at Millersville University, sat back . . .

MU honored with prestigious community service

April 3, 2013

Maria Barcoski News Writer In early March, Millersville University was announced as one of the universities on the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction. Millersville University has been the recipient of . . .

Senate Recap

April 3, 2013

Anthony Jadus Senate Recorder Last Thursday in Student Senate the big topic or point of discussion was Governor Corbett coming to speak at this year’s commencement. The Senate’s possible action plan moving forward is to . . .

CROWN grant allows new sex education program in fall

April 3, 2013

Jackie Lafferty News Writer Concern for the health of sexually active Millersville University students along with a recent grant from the Center for Research on Women and Newborn Health (CROWN) foundation sparked a new three-phase . . .

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