Molly Carl Head Copy Editor After performing in the marching band, chamber choir, string orchestra and other ensembles at Lebanon Valley College and the University of Miami in Florida, Senior Nicholas Mitchell is glad he . . .
Emily Hepner Assoc. Features Editor The month of October is full of symbols and colors. Traditionally, October is thought of as an orange month—from the pumpkins and gourds that wear this color, to the orange . . .
Christine Illes Associate Photo Editor With Halloween just around the corner, it is only natural that many of us want a good scare this time of the year. But is a haunted attraction enough? Pennsylvania . . .
Richard Schulz Staff Writer The Millersville women’s soccer team faced the No. 11 ranked team in Division II, West Chester Golden Rams, according to the NSCAA rankings. The Marauders lost 2-0 away at Rockwell Field, . . .
Tom Henderson Staff Writer Last Saturday at Shippensburg, the men’s ‘Ville rugby team suffered another crushing defeat. With the score being 8-53, Coach Red said, “We are in the worst slump in my twelve years . . .
Kevin Vogan Staff Writer Millersville mens soccer found themselves on the unfortunate end of a 2-0 loss versus West Chester over the weekend. Millersville (4-9-1, 3-4-0 PSAC) continues to find road wins hard to come . . .
Ryan Woerner Sports Editor For quite some time now, athletes have been thrust into the spotlight for breaking the law. Notably O.J. Simpson, Plaxico Burress and the better part of the Cincinnati Bengals have all . . .
Ryan Woerner Sports Editor Heading into Sunday afternoon’s matchup against visiting Bellarmine, it seemed as though the Marauders would have a good chance at starting their win streak anew. About 70 minutes and 27 shots . . .
Kevin Vogan Staff Writer Millersville’s women’s field hockey team traveled to Seton Hill in hopes to avenge their first loss of the season last Tuesday versus Shippensburg. The team was able to channel enough inner . . .