Who played the better game?

April 28, 2017

Kyle Brady Sports Editor On Friday, March 24, Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns put on a dazzling display of scoring in front of an unexpecting crowd in the Boston Garden. The Suns, who were . . .

Finding your balance

April 27, 2017

Jared Hameloth Staff Writer   The feeling of excitement for the future is an emotion everyone can relate to, but we cannot get stuck in that feeling because it can cloud what we want to . . .

On the move: Is Millersville accessible?

April 27, 2017

Mickayla Miller News Editor Many Millersville students can walk to their classroom and sit down with ease, not worrying about the journey it took to get there. For some, however, some reconfiguration is needed. Perhaps . . .

MU clubs lose Brooks Hall

April 27, 2017

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer At the end of the semester Brooks will be closing and locked up until its future demolition. The building has been home to class courses, offices of professors, and numerous clubs. . . .

Going crazy for the Batman

April 27, 2017

Maria Glotfelter Features Editor With the new “Lego Batman Movie” and what seems an endless stream of new Batman comics, MU students may wonder if the Batman craze will ever die down. I don’t think . . .

Growing up underrepresented in local government

April 27, 2017

Cindy Vincente Staff Writer Growing up Queer, gender non-conforming, poor, and Latinx (gender-expansive variation of Latino) I never saw people who looked like me represented in politics. Except when TV political analysts and commentators spoke . . .

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