Alex Geli Assoc. Sports Editor In sports, there are times when the fists are lowered, the snarls are muzzled and the smack-talk is muted for the sake of one thing: sportsmanship. On Saturday, the Millersville . . .
Catherine Hogue Features Writer With the Age of Technology upon us, children growing up in today’s American society can sometimes take certain aspects of life for granted. Senior Deborah Hostetter, 23, grew up without the . . .
Theodore R. Griffiths Assoc. Opinion Editor America is finally reaching a point where it must face itself and realize that most of the information it feeds its citizens is in error, and this era of . . .
Allie Remis Staff Writer The closed sign on the door of the North Side Bistro is a common sight for Millersville students. Between the two main dining halls on Millersville’s campus, the Bistro has a . . .
Cat Ardes Arts & Culture Editor Kick-off for Hispanic Heritage month at Millersville began on Monday, September 16, 2013 with exciting and culturally interactive events to bring awareness to this month-long event. Hispanic Heritage Month . . .
Katie Pryor Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor For their fall 2013 season, Millersville’s comedy group Citamard opens their semester with “Hard Candy,” a fast-paced comedy about extreme lengths job applicants will go to climb the . . .
Seth Zeiset Staff Writer Turnovers doomed the Millersville (0-2) football team on Saturday afternoon as the Marauders fell to the Mercyhurst Lakers (2-0) 49-7. It was a brutal day for Millersville’s quarterback Connor Casey. After . . .
Ryan Woerner Staff Writer Keeping with the winning ways of Marauder soccer, the men’s soccer team shut out Davis & Elkins Saturday afternoon by a score of 2-0. Just hours after the women’s soccer team . . .
Ryan Woerner Staff Writer Despite everything you may think, the Phillies might not be done just yet. I know what you’re thinking, and yes, I did indeed claim that this team, currently sitting at 70-80 . . .