Millersville senior runs her own photography business

November 14, 2018

Julia Walters Features Editor Here at Millersville, there are many artistic students with immense talent that goes relatively unnoticed. With so much beauty around, it’s important to unravel this and get to know the hard-working . . .

Acacia fraternity spreads awareness about sexual assault

November 14, 2018

Simren Shah Associate Features Editor Fraternities generally have a negative reputation when it comes to sexual assault. The students in Millersville’s Acacia fraternity have taken it upon themselves to spread awareness about the importance of . . .

Fox has lost the right to ‘news’ title

November 8, 2018

Jason Hertz Multimedia Editor Impartiality is essential to news providers. Without strict adherence to objectivity, the people will lose trust in the facts that news sources provide, and those outlets lose their purpose. That is . . .

Students march to the polls

November 8, 2018

Simren Shah Associate Features Editor The midterm elections took place this past Tuesday and many students exercised their civic duties. Various campus groups encouraged students to vote. One of these groups was the Sunrise group . . .

MU hosts first-ever literary festival!

November 8, 2018

Julia Walters Features Editor Millersville held its first Literary Festival this past Friday in the McNairy Library. The event had many different sessions with writers, those in publishing, and scholars on the craft of writing. . . .

Men’s soccer heading to NCAA Division II Tournament

November 7, 2018

Kat Vasquez Associate Sports Editor  The Millersville men’s soccer team made a name for themselves after their miraculous win the 2018 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championship against West Chester University last Sunday night in . . .

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