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Printing costs at Millersville University

February 9, 2016

Marie Mosca Opinion Editor When transferring to Millersville University last year I was surprised to find out that printing on campus was not free for students. At my community college, printing for class was free . . .

Millersville Army ROTC: Who are we?

February 9, 2016

Elizabeth Miller Staff Writer Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) is an elective for college students; we provide leadership training for success in any career field. No matter what you are interested in, there is . . .

The adult coloring book craze: Not art therapy

February 9, 2016

Anastasia Muncie Staff Writer Before the semester began, my mother gave me a parting gift of two adult coloring books and an artist set of 36 colored pencils. She remembered saying how stressed out I . . .

Jonas gives MU a snow day

February 9, 2016

Sam Valentin Sports Editor Last weekend the Northeast was blanketed with some white fluffy goodness from the sky. Well it was a tad more than a blanket. Jonas brought along around 30 inches of snow . . .

City living: a week in the big apple

February 9, 2016

Marie Mosca Opinion Editor This winter I had the wonderful opportunity to enroll in a winter class that involved studying in New York City for an entire week. We had some preparatory work before leaving . . .

Caucuses are Callous to Trump?

February 9, 2016

Maria Glotfelter Staff Writer The latest Republican polls show Trump still leading the way, followed by Cruz and Rubio respectively. Voters, Democratic and Republican alike, may have thought that Trump’s latest “stunt” would have damaged . . .

Street Harassment in other countries

February 9, 2016

Kelsey Bundra Editor In Chief My experience in four different countries this summer has shown me that street harassment towards women is not just US problem; it’s a global, societal problem. Street harassment is any . . .

There’s something in the water-again

February 9, 2016

Marianne Caesar Features Editor When I was a little girl, I remember looking forward to daytrips to the beach and planning the kinds of sandcastles I would build. This is pretty normal for most kids, . . .

Beading beyond African stereotypes

February 8, 2016

Marianne Caesar Features Editor In January 28, 2016, in the Student Memorial Center, students were able to get creative and learn about African culture through a jewelry workshop. Hosted by the African Student Association (ASA), . . .

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