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Signing Jadon Sancho would jump start United re-build

March 25, 2020

Brian MarkleyAssociate Sports Editor Glory, glory, Manchester United. The legendary chant reverberates around Old Trafford; basking in the glory that the club once enjoyed. The days of Best, Giggs, Scholes, Cantona, Ronaldo and Rooney were . . .

NFL free agent frenzy

March 24, 2020

Scott MacHenryStaff Writer In a tumultuous week filled with suspended sports, high anxiety, and social distancing, the NFL offseason forged ahead as scheduled.  Beginning back on March 16, 2020, teams were allowed to place players . . .

‘Kinky Boots’ at The Fulton is a Fabulous Confection

March 18, 2020

Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor Kinky Boots which is currently playing at The Fulton Theatre tells the story of Charlie Price (Matt Farcher) who suddenly finds himself inheriting his fathers’ down-on-it’s-luck shoe factory. The factory . . .

Life of a student athlete

March 16, 2020

Caleb WolfeAssociate Sports Editor College athletes balance the responsibilities of being a player and student.  This double-life can bring about a variety of challenges, as well as provide lifelong benefits.  Millersville University offers an array . . .

Marauders drop two of three on rocky road trip

March 12, 2020

Scott MacHenryStaff Writer Following two decisive victories to start their season, the Millersville Women’s Lacrosse team continued their road trip with games against Lock Haven, East Stroudsburg, and Georgian Court.  The Marauders struggled to match . . .

Time for Millersville to clean up

March 10, 2020

Shaun Lucas Associate Opinion Editor Millersville University is considered a “green college,” as university leaders alter aspects of the campus for increased efficiency of resources. In fact, the 2019 Princeton Review Guide rated Millersville among . . .

Pastor John’s Biblical Ted Talk

March 10, 2020

Growing up in the 1960s and ’70s was quite an experience in that there was so much “transition in the culture” going on. The term “generation gap” was invented by the media to describe the . . .

Community members learn process of maple sugaring

March 9, 2020

Sydney Clark Features Editor Lancaster County Central Park hosted a maple sugaring event on Saturday, February 22 in Pavilion 21. Through five different stations, visitors had the option to learn how to tap a tree, . . .

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