Rachel LaughlinAssociate Arts & Culture Editor Thursday, Oct. 3, marked the first of many career and postgraduate opportunities for students on Millersville’s campus. Oct. 3 was the first job and internship fair of the 2019-2020 . . .
Carly O’NeillFeatures Editor Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor The “A Wake for the Future” Climate Strike, hosted by the Sunrise Movement, took place on Sept. 27 at Binns Park in downtown Lancaster. University students and community . . .
Nick Hughes Opinion Editor Autism Speaks barely helps autistic people Autism Speaks is an international charity organization that works to promote awareness about autism. After looking at the finances and graphs that Autism Speaks published, . . .
Shaun LucasAssociate News Editor A common complaint regarding high school is the emphasis on required classes. Many students must alter their schedules based on requirements and class availability, unable to attend courses of interest. In . . .
As a journalist, I recognize the unmistakable power of words. The words we use to describe each other have the power to humanize, to dehumanize, and to shape social identities. On September 18, Donald Trump . . .
Carly O’Neill Features Editor Millersville’s Free Money Game Show hosted by Scott Alexander, took place on Thursday, Sept. 26, where students played for the chance to win up to $80. Students were picked for each . . .
Carly O’Neill Features Editor Meet John Tintera. He is the President of the Student Government Association from Haverford PA, Delaware County, with a double major in education and government and political affairs. A denied funding . . .
Kat VirulaNews Editor Opioid addiction is a public health crisis that is happening all across the nation. Data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, shows that more than 130 people a day . . .