“Mama Mia” Brings a Joyful Party to the Fulton

July 4, 2019

          Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor The Fulton’s bright production of Mama Mia tells the story of a young twenty-year old named Sophie Sheridan (Katie Bates) who is about to get married to her love, Sky . . .

Forging Frontiers

May 2, 2019

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer On the evening of April 2nd within Meyers Auditorium in McComsey Hall the STEM Conference. Dedicated to recognizing the contributions of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics the special guest . . .

LGBTQIA+ Town Hall opens dialogue for inclusion

April 26, 2019

Josh RittbergArts and Culture Editor Editor’s note: this article was originally published with inaccurate information regarding the purposed “LGBTQIA+ Center.” The original article’s second paragraph began with: “One exciting innovation that was announced on campus . . .

Millersville splits with West Chester

April 24, 2019

Brian Markley Staff Writer It was a beautiful day for baseball at Cooper Park on Saturday, April 20th as the Marauders took on PSAC rivals West Chester. During the pre-game ceremonies, the Marauders recognized alumni . . .

MU offense stymied by KU pitching

April 24, 2019

Jared Kish Sports Editor Millersville’s softball team traveled about an hour north to play Kutztown on Monday for two games. The Marauders have not played great in the conference as they are 3-7 in the . . .

Tennis records third straight sweep

April 24, 2019

Jared Kish Sports Editor The Millersville men’s tennis team continued to play great last week as they notched their third straight sweep over West Chester on Wednesday, April 17. Millersville has not had the best . . .

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