Sen. Folmer talks of consitutional rights

September 24, 2014 0

Kelsey Bundra News Editor This past week Civic and Community Engagement hosted Constitution Week. Activities included a screening and discussion of the film “It’s a Free Country,” a voter registration table, free speech wall and

MU professor recieves grant for patent

September 24, 2014 0

Ryan Woerner Sports Editor Alexandra Blessing Contributing Writer Millersville University professor of applied engineering, safety and technology Mark Atwater has been making a splash in the scientific community of late with his research on carbon

Men’s soccer remains in a funk, falls to DoC

September 24, 2014 0

Richard Schulz Staff Writer On Saturday, Millersville played against District of Columbia on the Pucillo Field. The Firebirds are ranked 7th in the East Region polls and showed it as they took the win against

Defense falters in Marauders’ loss to the Rock

September 24, 2014 0

Brenden Curry Staff Writer Millersville lost to 25th ranked and defending PSAC West champion Slippery Rock by a score of 46-17 on Saturday night. The Marauders now fall to 0-3 in the season while Slippery

A virtual world for diversity

September 24, 2014 0

John Villarose VI Staff Writer Within this past year, an independent video game titled “Depression Quest” was released by developer Zoe Quinn. Quinn’s game, like many independent games of recent years, handled dark and highly

A cruel and cannibalistic tradition

September 24, 2014 0

Maria Rovito Managing Editor On September 10, 2014, Earl Ringo, Jr. convicted in a 1998 robbery and double murder was put to death, the eighth execution in Missouri this year and the 10th in the

Food and fun times await at the Bloomsburg Fair

September 24, 2014 0

Molly Carl Head Copy Editor If you’re feeling adventurous on an early autumn day and you head towards Northeastern Pennsylvania, betwixt the anthracite coal region and the Pocono Mountains you’ll stumble upon Bloomsburg, the only

Warming communities one coat at a time

September 24, 2014 0

Nikki Schaffer Features Editor Gregory Frey was most commonly known for his big, bright smile. A 17-year-old Penn Manor High School student, Frey was an avid lover of sports and animals, hoping to one day

A return to one’s second home

September 24, 2014 0

Marianne Caesar Features Writer While working on papers and studying for exams, students are often thinking about the timeliness in which they will graduate. Not often though, do they contemplate how the experience of returning

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