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Vasquez brings the “Heat”

February 5, 2016

Sam Valentin  Sports Editor  Jaime Vasquez, former Millersville soccer standout, signed his first professional deal with the Harrisburg Heat who play in the Major Arena Soccer League. He debuted on January 30. His former teammates . . .

Allen is never slowing down

February 5, 2016

Sam Valentin Sports Editor This girl has done it all from being a star-athlete to public relations wizard to a “selfie” queen to philanthropist. She can truly do it all. To quickly cover some of . . .

PSAC Champion makes exit

February 5, 2016

Sam Valentin Sports Editor  2015 PSAC champion, Shannon Weber is officially transferring from Millersville to Kutztown after this semester. Weber is transferring closer to home due to her changing majors from meteorology to sports management. . . .

Wrestling pins down perfect meet

February 5, 2016

Dan Zalewski Associate Sports Editor  This Saturday, all hands were on deck for the Millersville Marauders as their wrestling team hosted their only quad meet of the season. Each wrestler had to be in the . . .

February is more than Valentine’s Day

February 3, 2016

Caroline J. Campbell Associate Features Editor During the month of February, stores are decorated with lace-frilled red hearts and pink paper streamers. Their shelves are amply stocked with gourmet chocolates and stuffed bears. Televisions are blaring with . . .

En Garde! A New Realm of Literature

February 3, 2016

Maria Glotfelter Staff Writer Familiar to many a literary professor, student, or critic alike, James Joyce was an Irish author whose popularity remains pervasive throughout the literary world. Joyce was born on February 2 1882, . . .

Beading beyond African stereotypes

February 3, 2016

Marianne Caesar Features Editor On 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), . . .

Digging deeper into Groundhog Day

February 3, 2016

Caroline J. Campbell Associate Features Editor It is Groundhog Day. Flashes of the camera, the plump mammal emerges—or more like is pulled from its home and hibernation. Media reporters and spectators gather around and wait for . . .

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