Jared Kish Sports Editor The Millersville football team celebrated its seniors on Saturday but unfortunately could not celebrate with a win. The Kutztown Golden Bears came to Chryst Field and outscored the Marauders by 52 . . .
Jared Kish Sports Editor The Marauders pushed their winning streak to five with a shutout win against Mansfield on Saturday. The win bumps Millersville’s record to 12-5 on the season and 6-3 in the PSAC. . . .
Carly O’Neill Associate News Editor Pennsylvania district 11 Democratic candidate, Jess King came to Millersville on Monday, Nov. 5, to encourage students to get out and vote on Tuesday, November 6. She said “your voices . . .
Jared Kish Sports Editor Millersville faced off against East Stroudsburg Saturday ending in a PSAC division title for the Marauders. Both teams came into the match tied for first place and with a clean sweep . . .
Jared Hameloth News Editor Just after 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 1, a “timely warning” notice was sent out to the Millersville University community outlining that a hate crime had been committed in Gordinier Hall. . . .
Simren Shah Associate Features Editor On Friday October 26th, Millersville University hosted the annual Teenage Girls Empowerment Summit. The summit kicked off with breakfast and speakers. The speakers included Tina Wells, (CEO and founder . . .
Julia Walters Associate News Editor Tragedy struck the city of Pittsburgh on Saturday morning when a neo-Nazi gunman opened fire in the Tree of Life synagogue. The synagogue is Pittsburgh’s oldest Jewish congregation in the . . .
Jason Hertz Multimedia Coordinator John Gizzi, Chief Political and White House Correspondent for Newsmax, spoke at Millersville University on Wednesday night, Oct. 24. His session was titled “The Press and Civil Society: Where the Relationship . . .
Jared Hameloth News Editor Every election year there is a significant push to get as many new voters registered as possible. This year is no different, and like the state’s overall political atmosphere, Pennsylvania remains . . .