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Dr. Carrie Smith wins borough council seat

November 21, 2019

Kat Virula News Editor Dr. Carrie Smith won her seat on Millersville Borough Council on Nov. 5th. Smith explains how she felt once she found out she won,   “It’s very surreal …It was very surreal . . .

Hate speech divides MU

November 21, 2019

Chloe Barrett Associate News Editor On Sunday, November 3, an incident of hate speech happened at Millersville around 3 p.m. at the Lookout within Gordinier. The incident involved the “n” word displayed in salt on . . .

School shooting startles CA

November 21, 2019

Kat Virula News Editor On an early morning of Nov. 14, a student opened fire at a high school in Santa Clarita, Calif., killing two people and wounding three others, and the suspect has died . . .

Brutality returns to Lancaster Part III

November 21, 2019

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor Some concert-goers would say leaving a concert with a black eye and a foot-shaped chest bruise is a bad experience. Those people would be wrong in the case of a death . . .

MU Ranked Greenest Campus

November 21, 2019

Shaun Lucas Associate News Editor In the annual Princeton Review Guide, Millersville ranked within the top 50 most environmentally friendly campuses in the United States. Millersville gained the status through its initiation to support natural . . .

It’s that time of the year

November 21, 2019

Carly O’ NeillFeatures Editor With the release of the Disney+ streaming service on November 12 came their version of an original Christmas movie “Noelle,” starring some celebrity favorites such as Anna Kendrick, Bill Hader, and . . .

Snapper Staff Podcast picks

November 20, 2019

Julia Walters: My favorite podcast right now is “Office Ladies” by Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey, who play Pam Bee- sly and Angela Martin on “The Office.” The pair go through each episode in chronological . . .

“Looking for Alaska” gets a second life on screen

November 20, 2019

Sydney ClarkAssociate Arts & Culture Editor After nearly 15 years of being on the shelves, John Green’s first book “Looking for Alaska” has finally made it beyond the pages. This new eight-episode mini-series was released . . .

Holidays bring delightful films

November 20, 2019

Colin Vanden BergAssociate Copy Editor For the last several years, holiday season has been the only season of movies to rival the genre-diversity and spectacle of the summer. From streaming-only dramas and family films to . . .

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