Kat VasquezAssociate Sports Editor Millersville Women’s basketball suffered a tough defeat at the hands of Lock Haven University last Saturday afternoon. Everyone shouted and made noise when a jump shot by Marauder Lauren Lister cut . . .
Jared Kish Sports Editor The Millersville wrestling team went to battle this past Saturday at the 2019 NCAA Division II Super Region 1 Championships. By the end of the day Millersville had five wrestlers who . . .
Jared Kish Sports Editor After a slow start to the season two weeks ago against Lander University, Millersville baseball quickly jumped out to a 12-1 lead in the first game of four this past weekend . . .
Brian Markley Staff Writer There is nobody more excited for the baseball season to really get going than coach Jon Shehan, who serves as head coach of Millersville’s baseball team. Shehan graduated from Millersville in . . .
Alex Bershtein Staff Writer The traditional Oscars Award Ceremony this year was unorthodox. Many viewers may agree with the results, while many might not. Regardless, the promotion of the movies gained notoriety. Whether it was . . .
Kaylee Rex Managing Editor If you follow Millersville University’s Instagram account, you have probably noticed the ongoing food truck remarks in the comment section. Students are very passionate about getting the food truck back out . . .
Caleb Nauman Staff Writer We have under 12 years to completely transition our economy away from fossil fuels. A transition to 100% renewable energy to prevent the worst effects of climate change. In a recent . . .
Julia Walters Features Editor President Donald Trump yet again enacted a plan last week that takes seriously sets back family and women’s organizations, such as Planned Parenthood. As it stands right now, the government allocates . . .
Simren Shah Associate Features Editor Change. It is something we fear, something we strive for, an inevitability of life. Millersville University has gone through changes to become the place we know it as today. Some . . .
Jared Hameloth News Editor Imagine a world in which the demographics of the U.S Congress represented the people they are supposed to represent. The importance of issues would shift to what younger people care about, . . .