A touch of Ireland in Amish lands

September 13, 2018 0

Zoe Berrier Features Editor Walk around downtown Lancaster and you may feel you are in the outskirts of an old English city like London, but if you step off East King Street into Annie Bailey’s

How about that 100 dollar access code

September 13, 2018 0

Lou Crossan Staff Writer Well, it’s that time of year again. College students across the country are forking out hundreds of dollars on fall semester source material. It’s one of those things that we are

Vaccine debate Rages on

September 13, 2018 1

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor There has been a lot of speculation and criticism of the vaccines that Doctors recommend we get. Are they safe and will they cause side effects that I do not want

Eminem feud sparks controversy

September 13, 2018 0

Simren Shah Staff Writer On August 31, 28 year old rapper Machine Gun Kelly (MGK) was destroyed by artists Eminem and G-Eazy. RIP MGK… Oh wait, Rap Devil is still with us. Eminem, also known

Senator Booker is not Breaking the Law

September 13, 2018 0

Multimedia Coordinator Jason Hertz Evidence of Judge Brett Kavanaugh defending racial profiling was released by Senator Cory Booker on Thursday, September 7. Arguments abound defending or decrying Booker’s independent action, but few are discussing what

PSECU relocation frees up space for diversity

September 13, 2018 0

Julia WaltersStaff Writer Anyone who has frequented the SMC knows the friendly faces at PSECU who always stand attentively outside of room 110. But many students were surprised when they came back this fall and

BLACKOUT: MILLERSVILLE FIGHTS POWER OUTAGES

September 12, 2018 0

Abigail RisserStaff Writer September rolled in bringing a heat wave, peaking in the upper 90s through Labor Day weekend. Students may have noticed classrooms and dorm rooms felt hotter than usual within this period due

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