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Back in time: An anthem is born

September 14, 2017

Peyton Powell Staff Writer “O say can you see”: 203 years ago on this day, the most well-known and patriotic poem was written in the middle of a war. Today, we put this song to . . .

One Book, One Campus, and a Few Changes

September 13, 2017

Kaylee Rex Arts and Culture Editor Many students remember the One Book, One Campus program from freshman orientation when they were just beginning their time here at Millersville. Now, no matter class standing, all students . . .

Wiggins and Shank lead Marauders to first win of season

September 12, 2017

Brenden Curry Staff Writer Millersville head coach Greg Breitbach saw their matchup against Seton Hill as a “new one-game season.” His approach worked Saturday afternoon. The Millersville Marauders defeated the Seton Hill Griffins, 45-38 on . . .

NFL Week 1 recap

September 12, 2017

Mike Saladino Staff Writer Finally, the NFL is back and what an opening week it was. Week 1 was full of entertaining and exciting football to kick off the new season of football. Week 1 . . .

IT’s Official: Irving and Thomas trade completed

September 12, 2017

Collin Silverman Staff Writer After requesting a trade from the Cavaliers, superstar point guard Kyrie Irving finally got his wish as he is officially apart of Cavaliers’ rival, the Boston Celtics. In exchange for Irving, . . .

Ezekiel Elliot: Running into Court

September 12, 2017

Rebecca Rubino Staff Writer A former Buckeye from Ohio State, Ezekiel Elliott, has been in the spotlight ever since he was drafted into the NFL. In the 2016 season, Elliott became the starting running back . . .

MU football loses opener to Pace

September 7, 2017

Brenden Curry Staff Writer Going into the season, it appeared that redshirt sophomore, Tony Staffieri, would take the reins at quarterback from JJ Paige. However, two fumbles and an interception plagued his debut. The Millersville . . .

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