Disney is reborn

February 15, 2016

Maria Glotfelter Staff Writer From Alice in Wonderland of 1951 to Frozen of 2013, Disney has brought joy through its films to children and adults alike throughout the decades. When the name Disney is mentioned, . . .

Life after abuse: Synthetic Marijuana

February 15, 2016

Marianne Caesar Features Editor The biggest challenge on entering rehab was “getting through the first week, because there’s no detox method,” Will Jones says, looking at his key chains representing six months and counting of . . .

Southern Region Conference promotes various kinds of education

February 15, 2016

Julia Snyder  Associate News Editor  Millersville University hosted the annual Pennsylvania State Education Association conference for the Southern Region chapter Feb. 7. The theme of the conference was “Diversity in the Classroom.” Two Millersville University . . .

Red flags speckle campus in memory of Karlie Hall

February 11, 2016

Caroline Campbell Associate Features Editor February serves as Black History Month, and also encompasses Valentine’s Day and Groundhog Day, but many do not know that it represents “Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.” The month is . . .

Zika Virus sweeps the globe

February 9, 2016

Maria Glotfelter Staff Writer With every new disease or virus that circulates, people casually wonder as to the origins or symptoms of the “latest disease”. Education in this form is an indulgence of curiosity when . . .

Airport Security mishap causes concern among flyers

February 9, 2016

Carlos Soto Staff Writer For centuries populations have looked to their government for freedom and protection. Although they don’t necessarily come in this order, the people of a nation usually look onto their government in . . .

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