Zachary Staab Assoc. News Editor Feedback compiled from suggestion boxes on campus, online comment forms, and input provided through Strategic Planning Committee (SPC) members is incorporated into the September 2013 Draft Planning Elements. The following . . .
Vi Le Asst. News Editor John M. Anderson became the 14th president of Millersville University on Friday October 25, 2013. Dr. Anderson opened his inaugural address with a clear vision that would sustain the American . . .
Seth Zeiset Staff Writer The wind chilled the bones, but the sun shone warm on homecoming Saturday as the Marauder football team welcomed Lock Haven to the ‘Ville. BBQ and french fry aromas drifted through . . .
Alex Geli Assoc. Sports Editor Can anyone say, “Déjà vu?” Last year, it was Milton Hershey graduate Champayne Hess who put Bloomsburg to sleep with an overtime goal. On Saturday, after nearly 20 minutes of . . .
Cat Ardes Arts & Culture Editor November is approaching and, as always, the Lancaster community looks forward to First Friday in downtown Lancaster. Millersville’s off-campus location, The Ware Center, is located right in the heart . . .
Megan Quinn Contributing Writer Walking into the highly esteemed MasterChef kitchen for the first time, seeing every ingredient she would ever need, is a moment that recent Millersville University graduate Bri Kozior will always remember. . . .
Brandy Andrew Staff Writer We hold these truths to be self-evident; that Americans are fat, and that our government is run by corporations. Not exactly what our forefathers had in mind. Nonetheless, in 2013 we . . .
Maria Rovito Assoc. Opinion Editor Being a woman in today’s society is hard work. We are told that we can accomplish anything we want to, receive any college degree our heart desires, and land any . . .
Emily Hepner Features Writer The weekend of Oct. 26 is the most spirited one of the semester for many Millersville students. All this week around Millersville’s campus, there has been a multitude of activities available . . .
Ali Chiavetta Features Writer As the campus celebrates Homecoming, there is school spirit in the air. If you look a little bit closer, though, there’s the smell of something else in the air too: rotting . . .