Danielle Kreider Associate News Editor Throughout the spring semester, the Experiential Learning and Career Management (ELCM) has been offering free LinkedIn profile and resume reviews for all students. The event is held in Lyle Hall; . . .
Julia Scheib News Editor Millersville students, staff and residents may have heard about a covert plan by Student Services, Inc. (SSI) to tear down several homes on George Street next to the Sugar Bowl and . . .
Alex Geli Managing Editor Women’s indoor track and field finished the bottom portion of the season in tip-top shape on Saturday at the Susquehanna Invitational. Multiple Marauders qualified for the PSAC Championships, had a trio . . .
Alex Geli Managing Editor Here’s a little game of guess that gender: a quality steak with some potatoes is their favorite meal; an ideal Sunday afternoon is sitting down to watch professional football; and, in . . .
Maria Rovito Opinion Editor Writing has always been sort of a catharsis for me. When I construct poems, short stories, essays, and any other method of creative expression, I can release my thoughts and emotions . . .
Christian Harding Assoc. Opinion Editor Or, if you think they do, they probably shouldn’t. For those who don’t know, the 86th Annual Academy Awards will be shown live this coming Sunday night. And while I’ll . . .
Molly Carl Assist. Arts & Culture Editor On Saturday, February 22, a benefit nearly six months in the making took place. The “Be the Change” benefit performance was a collaboration between Alpha Sigma Alpha, Millersville . . .
Katie Pryor Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor Millersville University’s All Campus Musical Organization, or as they’re better known as ACMO, has always been known to put on a good show, whether it’s their fall showcases, . . .
Kelsey Bundra Associate Features Editor MU Weather Watch is back for a new season with a fresh look and added energy. The program is a weather entertainment show solely produced, edited and scripted by Millersville . . .
Nikki Schaffer Features Editor Robots, humans and an epic race. No, this is not the plot of a science fiction novel (although it could be), but rather, a description of this year’s Pennsylvania FIRST Tech . . .