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Clearing up misconceptions about refugees

December 17, 2015

Kelsey Bundra Editor-in-Chief   Lately, there have been many misconceptions about the Syrian refugee crisis and refugees in general. Many people are misinformed with exaggerated numbers and fallacies reinforced by politicians using faulty information. What . . .

Pirates trade away hometown hero

December 11, 2015

Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor The Pirates have made a trade that has upset many fans of the 124-year-old franchise. For teams that are coming off of a successful year like the Pirates, the main . . .

Eight Millersville students arrested in ATM scam

December 10, 2015

Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor Millersville University is now the location of an investigation regarding a fraudulent debit card scam on the Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union (PSECU). Earlier today nine individuals where arrested and . . .

Golden State remains perfect

December 9, 2015

By Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor The defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors, and their MVP point guard Steph Curry, have stayed undefeated through the first 23 games of the season after a 131-123 win . . .

Penn State looking for success

December 9, 2015

Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor For many football fans the excitement of college football does not compare to the overwhelming draw of the National Football League, especially on a Sunday. This past Sunday, however, all . . .

Cowboys squeak one out

December 8, 2015

Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor Monday Night Football has been an American tradition for nearly five decades and in that time it has covered some stunning games that have shaped the course of seasons for . . .

Goodbye to the Black Mamba

December 7, 2015

Sam Valentin  Sports Editor  Once you reach the status of an icon, it’s tough to turn away. One of the best players of our generation has decided it was time to walk off the hardwood . . .

Hope for Ohio State

December 5, 2015

Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor In only its second year, the college football playoff system is doing exactly what the NCAA was hoping it would do. The buzz and excitement of making it into the . . .

MU student designs record-breaking console

December 3, 2015

David Brubaker Staff Writer Millersville student Andy Miller made his mark on history the other day when he broke an unofficial world record by rethinking one of Nintendo’s most historically popular video game consoles. Miller, . . .

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