MU dining: Good options, poor advertising

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Gabrielle Redcay Staff Writer “When I first went meatless last year, I was new to it so it was hard for me to figure out what to eat,” says Millersville University (MU) sophomore and vegetarian

MU students sell Seasoned Shakers

April 12, 2017 0

Maria Glotfelter Features Editor This spring semester, a product crafted by MU students is about to hit the stands. That product is “Seasoned Shakers,” uniquely crafted salt and pepper shakers with MU’s logo engraved on

On a chilly, April First Friday…

April 12, 2017 0

Gabrielle Redcay Staff Writer The first Friday of each month has become an opportunity for Lancaster County to showcase the diversity and talents of its members. Shops located in downtown Lancaster house much of the

A podcast beyond time

April 12, 2017 0

Grant Pearsall Staff Writer Podcasting is a medium that has resoundingly come into its own. Once exclusively the purview of the tech-savvy geek-chic, the format has blossomed in recent years. Today, podcasts offer entertainment/education across

Critics pull no punches on reviews of ‘Iron Fist’

April 12, 2017 0

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer A live-action version of the comic “Iron Fist” hit Netflix recently. The series centers around the action and adventure genre, and offers it time and again throughout most episodes. Netflix recommends

A closer look at ‘Night in the Woods’

April 12, 2017 0

Mickayla Miller News Editor A new trend in gaming has been a very narrative-driven approach; people either absolutely adore it, or they find the lack of substantive gameplay rather boring. While some video games tell

MU hosts preview concert for “Day of Percussion”

April 12, 2017 0

Colin Vandenberg Associate Arts and Culture On Friday, April 7, The Millersville Music Department presented a preview concert for its Day of Percussion Event. According to Millersville Junior and percussionist Danielle Distefano, the Day of

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