Julia Scheib News Writer “We’re just trying to get more people to get down, I guess, with the movement,” said junior Eric Mallory, who sat at the Millersville Concerned Men table at last Wednesday’s Organization . . .
Danielle Kreider News Editor Zachary Staab Assoc. News Editor Tug-o war has been revamped according to the MU Delta Zeta sorority. The turtle tug took over the quad on Tuesday evening, nothing like Jell-O tug-o-war . . .
Chris Norton Sports Editor The Wilmington Volleyball Tournament in Delaware proved to be quite the stumbling block for the women’s volleyball team, as they fell to Wilmington in straight sets, and then to Adelphi in . . .
Alex Geli Assoc. Sports Editor Who knew they weren’t screaming for ice cream? At Biemesderfer Stadium, the crowd was amped and ready to go for their Black Out last weekend. Their dark Marauder gear was . . .
Luke Helker Staff Writer Last Friday, the students of the Millersville University Percussion Ensemble (MUPE) traveled into downtown Lancaster to present the people a rhythmic display of fun and functional music. Armed with a dozen . . .
Allie Remis Staff Writer The lovely and talented Dr. Anita Renfroe performed a piano and harpsichord recital entitled “It’s Not What it Seems!” in the Biemesderfer Concert Hall in the Winter Visual and Performing Arts . . .
Drew Becker Staff Writer The school year, now in full swing, has made many of us question “why am I here again?” The all-too popular answer of “amassing more wealth” is nearing falsehood. Recent statistics . . .
Jack DeMaio Staff Writer Any overzealous fan of sci-fi will support the idea in a heartbeat, and any politician (except maybe Reagan) will scoff at the very mentioning of aliens. Some may claim they’re among . . .
Alex Geli Assoc. Sports Editor Jonas Liphardt seems just like an ordinary college student; he likes live music, swimming in the lake and having a cookout with his friends. But, once you start tearing away . . .
Kelsey Bundra Features Writer As the wind picked up and the clouds rolled in, Millersville’s Color Guard continued to launch riffles, twisting midair. To them, it is another typical practice before the football game. The . . .