Let the search begin

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Alex Geli Editor-in-Chief A nationwide search for the new Vice President of Student Affairs kicked off Monday. Sheila Murphy, from Witt/Kieffer, a professional search firm contracted to coordinate the search, came to Millersville’s campus to

2014-2015 budget breakdown

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Brian Biery Contributing Writer There have been concerns about budget cuts and other anxieties across the spectrum of the educational field. Jennifer Mariacher is the Budget Director here at Millersville. This means she is responsible

Art class creates a “Good’Ville”

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Raechel Chapman Contributing Writer Students in Nancy Mata’s Design for Social Equity course this Fall are realizing their potential to make a cultural impact through design skills and concepts. The course is designed to encourage

MU Amnesty International presents movie

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Brandon Karasinski Contributing Writer In the world of college students their concerns are generally pretty narrow and small. Typically there is not much individual thought of bigger issues outside of the college atmosphere. When the

UAB website wins award

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Kelsey Bundra News Editor While at the National Association for Campus Activity regional conference, Millersville’s University Activities Board website was named No. 1 programming website in the northeast. The regional conference took place in Hartford,

Snapper Spotlight: Nancy Leed

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Aaron Jaffe Advertising Manager Kelsey Bundra News Editor Every person on this planet has the need to eat, whether to gorge oneself or to simply sustain. Through every person wanting food there is a transaction

A problematic relationship

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Doug Waterman Staff Writer Recently, Student Senate has announced a new formula for allocating student organization allotments. This, while deemed beneficial to the student population, seems like nothing more than another way for students to

Vegan holiday survival guide

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By Nikki Schaffer For those of you who forgo eating animal products, the holidays can become a time of fight-or-flight survival mode. As you gaze upon the flesh-filled dumplings and dairy-laden casseroles that can be

Give your wallet a break this holiday season

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By Emily Hepner Thanksgiving has come and gone, marking the arrival of the holiday season. Our minds are rattling at the thought of papers and projects, but in the way back the idea of what

Express yourself through dance

December 3, 2014 0

By Julia Nikolaus If you have ever walked past the dance studio on the bottom floor of the Student Memorial Center and seen women and men practicing their splits and leaping across the floor, chances

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