Andrew DeStefano Contributing Writer Often times around campus, Greek Life is misunderstood for what it represents. One of the biggest focuses in being part of a fraternity is striving for the utmost success in what . . .
Kendall Seigworth Contributing Writer On Weds. April 9, Millersville University held the 25th Anniversary Summit of the President’s Commission on the Status of Women. The summit was an opportunity for Millersville University students, staff and . . .
Alex Geli Editor-in-Chief Millersville has found itself in a sticky situation since last Thursday, when a women’s legal advocacy group filed a complaint against the university and eight other Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education . . .
Alex Geli Editor-in-Chief There’s no place like home. Millersville softball (22-22, 10-14 PSAC East) had a dogged two days on Friday and Saturday, facing up against two PSAC East foes, West Chester (28-15, 15-7 PSAC East) . . .
Kelsey Bundra News Editor This year, I have had a Sam Killermann experience. The social justice comedian that recently spoke at Millersville’s sEXPO told a story about how he had to “come out as not . . .
Several bands performed on Thursday before Panic! at the Disco. These bands were The Casual E, Last Scene in Reno, Carousel Kings, and Kingsfoil. Several of the people in the bands were Millersville University students.
Molly Carl Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor On Friday, April 18, 2014, Kailey Brennan on viola and Ian Schiela on violin performed their joint junior recital in the Biemesderfer Concert Hall at the Winter Visual . . .
Emily Hepner Features Writer In the upcoming weeks, a familiar sound will echo throughout campus. What might this sound be? Well, it is the seasonal noise of students breathing a sigh of relief that a . . .
Nikki Schaffer Features Editor Every year, Millersville University’s All Greek Organization hosts Greek Week, a week-long event where 19 different MU Greek organizations come together for a friendly competition. With a total of ten challenges, . . .
Breanna Crognale Staff Writer It was a tough weekend for the Millersville University women’s lacrosse team, as they traveled to Seton Hill on Saturday. The Marauders came into the contest riding a four game losing . . .