Creating a dialogue about race

April 25, 2018

Mickayla Miller Editor in Chief Being that Millersville University is a microcosm of a larger society, the students here experience both the good and bad aspects of society: everything from a sense of community to . . .

Three police officers sworn in at Millersville

September 26, 2017

Jared Hameloth Staff Writer Three officers were commissioned to the Millersville University Police Department on Sept. 14 in the Biemesderfer Concert Hall. Officers Jordan Byrnes, Samantha Kaufman and Jerome Lomax were sworn in surrounded by . . .

Hurricanes hit the Caribbean hard

September 26, 2017

Jared Hameloth Staff Writer Hurricanes Harvey,  Irma, and now potentially Maria have devastated the United States in the past couple of weeks, wrecking entire cities and counties. Many people were affected by the hurricanes, but . . .

Writing Center relocates to McNairy Library

September 26, 2017

Mickayla Miller News Editor This semester has already brought about several big changes to shake things up a little bit. The Writing Center has been in Chryst Hall for years, but an increased demand for . . .

Dr. Karen Whitney acts as interim chancellor of PASSHE

September 26, 2017

Mickayla Miller News Editor The sudden announcement of retirement from Frank Brogan, the then-Chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE), came as a shock to students, universities and the public. While some . . .

Young Lancastrian Tony Dastra runs for mayor

May 12, 2017

Robert Beiler Associate Opinion Editor As a young, clean-shaven blonde man of 20, sporting a trilby hat and a ponytail, Tony Dastra looks like he would easy be a laid-back gamer or even a surfer . . .

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