Julia Scheib News Writer On Monday, Nov. 11, two “pollinators” from the Beehive Design Collective came to Breidenstein Hall to give a “picture lecture” on the collective’s recent narrative mural “The True Cost of Coal,” . . .
Chris Norton Sports Editor Opening their 2013-14 season, the Millersville wrestling team was led by redshirt freshman Aram Moffitt, who went 4-2 on the day. It was an impressive day, on which six Marauders won . . .
Breanna Crognale Staff Writer The Millersville University football team suffered an old fashioned beatdown at the hands of California University (Pa.) on Saturday. In their final game of the season the guys lost 48-14, finishing . . .
Molly Carl Staff Writer Every year as the holiday season rolls around, people can be seen virtually everywhere celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, and the ever elusive Kwanzaa. While most people have heard of the holiday, they . . .
Heather Madara Staff Writer Dr. Rebecca Martínez, from the University of Missouri, was the third in a series of lecturers presented by the Sexuality & Gender Institute on Tuesday, November 12. She had a lot . . .
Theodore R. Griffiths Opinion Editor I frequent a beautiful men’s bathroom in the bottom floor of the SMC, right next to The Snapper office, and I always find myself reading the exciting information on the . . .
Maria Rovito Assoc. Opinion Editor As the semester winds down (yes, there are only four weeks left), students will find their workloads increasing, due dates and deadlines looming closer, and stress levels rising. Many will . . .
Kelsey Bundra Features Writer Last Friday Consul General of Israel, Yaron Sideman, led a question and answer session in the Ford Atrium of McComsey. The event was co-sponsored by the International Studies program and the . . .
Catherine Hogue Features Writer For Millersville students, part-time or full-time, medical services are offered free of charge right on campus at the Health Services building, which is located on George Street between the Chryst and . . .
Breanna Crognale Staff Writer When 59-year-old Tony Dorsett, running back of the Denver Broncos, retired in 1988, it signaled the end of a hall of fame career. In his 12 seasons in the National Football . . .