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Some of us need straws: stop banning them

October 20, 2018 0

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor There has been a lot of buzz about the state of California banning the use of single-use straws. It is a win for the environmentalists, I will say that, and they

Is voting cool now?

October 20, 2018 0

Jared Hameloth News Editor The midterm elections are coming up in a few weeks, and I’m sure you’re already tired of the rhetoric and the candidate ads. This piece is not going to be about

#Adulting? Is this what achievement looks like?

October 18, 2018 0

Kristin Donaldson Staff Writer The mundane, ordinary task that some of us have been doing since our teens or even early childhood has been deemed an adult over achievement by the term “adulting.” Adulting is

Think Like a B Corp

October 18, 2018 0

Sam Manning Staff Writer Three professionals entered a packed Adam’s House last Wednesday to talk about a new trend that is growing among young and old entrepreneurs alike: B-Corporations. Michael Sirianni, a local restaurateur, was

All Fun and Games at Millersville’s Community Parade

October 18, 2018 0

Zoe Berrier Features Editor This past weekend, along with Millersville’s many other Homecoming activities, was the well-loved Millersville Community parade. An always awaited tradition brings together the university and the surrounding town each year. The

MUPD releases annual safety report

October 17, 2018 0

Julia Walters Associate News Editor With about 6,000 undergraduate students attending Millersville University, safety is always considered a priority on campus. The Millersville University Police Department is committed to the safety of the students and

PSECU raises $444 for Campus Cupboard

October 17, 2018 0

Julia Walters Associate News Editor It’s been a great semester so far for PSECU and Millersville’s Campus Cupboard, which is a free student food bank at the First United Methodist Church. To celebrate their new

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