Ali Chiavetta Features Writer It’s the time of year when student residential housing job applications are being released. While application deadlines for orientation leaders, resident assistants and senior desk attendants have passed, there is still . . .
Christine Illes Associate Photo Editor As if those darn stinkbugs weren’t enough of a pain to deal with. Beginning in October of 2013, it has been said that a relatively new and nastier stinkbug is . . .
Sophie Defaix Staff Writer As an international student, I often get the question: ‘What do you like about America?’ Now there are obviously many different things I love about America, but one of the things . . .
Anthony Jadus Senate Recorder This past Thursday, Feb. 20, Student Senate inducted two new members, Deanna Maurone and Ismaldo Adames. A student with a wheelchair disability from Burrowes Hall came in to speak about the . . .
Michael Blackson Editor-in-Chief Dr. Jack Ogutu is one of 10 new faculty members to join Millersville University this past fall semester, one of two in the Applied Engineering, Safety and Technology program. He is a . . .
Julia Scheib News Editor In his recent state of the union address, President Obama didn’t explicitly talk about the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) – which is being negotiated in secret – but he alluded to it, . . .
Danielle Kreider Associate News Editor The crowd was wowed on Tuesday night in the SMC multipurpose room at 7 p.m. Students were able to learn to use their minds in a different way, through hypnosis. . . .
Michael Blackson Editor-in-Chief Tuition rates and increases have been the hot topic for many university students across Pennsylvania. Some universities, however, could become more attractive for new and incoming students due to a new flexible . . .
On Wednesday Feb. 12, Reverend Al Sharpton, a prominent social activist who fights for economic equality, civil liberties, and community empowerment, spoke at the Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center. Rita Smith Wade-El introduced Al . . .