Alex Geli Managing Editor “Millersville swimming lags behind in conference championships” Out of 13 teams competing in the women’s swimming PSAC Championships over the weekend, Millersville finished with 92 points, landing in 10th place with . . .
Ryan Woerner Staff Writer Digging into the box in the top of the third, Millersville redshirt senior outfielder Zach Stone was one hit shy of 200, a milestone only four Marauders had reached in the . . .
Breanna Crognale Staff Writer The Millersville University softball team opened the 2014 season on Saturday down south in Raleigh, NC. It was a busy weekend for the Marauders in which they participated in the Shaw . . .
Chris Norton Sports Editor Men’s basketball It was Senior Day on Saturday afternoon at Pucillo Gymnasium, where the Marauders aimed their sights on a win that would put them ahead of their opponents, the Lock . . .
Cat Ardes Arts & Culture Editor This past weekend might be considered the weekend of music at the VPAC for students in the Music Department at Millersville. On Sunday, February 23, 2014 four separate recitals . . .
Lexie Corner Staff Writer “The Walking Dead” continued its hit series with another episode this week entitled ‘Inmates’, which did a roll call of other characters that survived the Governor’s vicious attack on the prison . . .
Zachariah Swope Staff Writer *Spoilers Follow Last season of “House of Cards” left off with a cliffhanger with people closing in on uncovering Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) and his plan to gain power. This season . . .
Luke Helker Staff Writer It’s not every day that you get to say that you shared the stage with a famous classic rock band. Music students of Millersville University got the opportunity of a lifetime . . .
Julia Scheib News Editor Millersville alumni Josh Redd (anthropology, ’09) and Courtney Lawson (economics with a concentration in political economy, ’13) are two of the original members of the Seed, a worker-owned collective on North . . .