Kat Vasquez Associate Sports Editor The Millersville University Women’s softball team went on the road to play in the annual Snowbird Freeze-Off Tournament at Market Commons Complex in the beautiful, warm and sunny Myrtle beach, . . .
Nick Hughes Opinion Editor Clark County, Washington is facing a lot of backlash due to a measles outbreak that was reported by health officials in the area. This is not the first major measles outbreak . . .
Jared Kish Sports Editor Millersville women’s basketball took on first-place Bloomsburg Saturday afternoon in Pucillo Gym. The Marauders knew they had a tough test on their hands as they were coming into the game facing . . .
Jared Kish Sports Editor The Millersville Baseball team headed down to South Carolina two weeks ago to kick off their season with three games against Lander University. Lander had already started its season and came . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor As soon as audiences enter The Fulton Theatre for Chicago they are immediately struck by the opera houses’ brightly red lamps. The choice to make the theatre lights red . . .
Jason Hertz Multimedia Editor Universal basic income is an inevitable necessity for a democratic republic. A government with equity and freedom as central doctrines must seek out innovative ways to improve the lives of its . . .
Julia Walters Features Editor The music industry has always been fraught with male entitlement and toxic masculinity. While it all that surprising in a general sense, I still found myself shocked and upset when the . . .
Aaron Bachmann Staff Writer Cambridge Assessment International Education recently released the findings of their 2018 Global Education Census, a survey that asked nearly 20,000 teachers and students ages 12 to 19 from across the world . . .
Jared Hameloth News Editor You hear a ding from your phone. You know it’s from the Outlook Mail app that you downloaded to check your Millersville emails. You go to check the notification, but you . . .
Carly O’Neill Associate News Editor Several accidents have occurred on the crosswalk of East Frederick St., including Andy and Lena Pham, a brother and sister who were struck at the intersection last fall. After the . . .