Congrats Grads! Brenden Curry

April 26, 2018 0

Brenden Curry Graduate I vividly remember the first time I stepped into The Snapper office during my freshman year. I was coming off three years of journalism in high school alongside two seasons of football

Congrats Grads! Sade Palmer

April 26, 2018 0

Sade Palmer Graduate All good things do in fact come to an end, and for me, it’s a bittersweet moment that my time at The Snapper is approaching its finale. With my time here, I’ve

Congrats, Grads! Kyle Brady

April 26, 2018 0

Kyle Brady Graduate During the spring semester of my sophomore year, I made the decision to become a sports journalism major. All of the faculty and advisors told me that I should join the Snapper

The ADA is under attack by the Government

April 19, 2018 0

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor It has been 28 years since the American with disabilities act (ADA) was first put into law. I have been alive for the majority of the life of this act, and

Commuters are facing an unfair parking arrangement

April 19, 2018 0

Michael Brockett Staff Writer Parking. It’s an ongoing discussion at Millersville University. The argument has always been there is not enough parking. Administration and MUPD argue that there is plenty of parking, and honestly, there

A Quiet Place ushers in a new Era

April 14, 2018 0

Mickayla Miller  Managing Editor Representation matters. This will likely be one of my mottos until I’m old and dead. Technology improves by the day, and with that comes more access to social media, more access

Asperger’s or Autism?

April 14, 2018 1

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor The autism spectrum features many levels. One such level used to be categorized as Asperger’s. Asperger’s originally defined as by the DSM-IV a, “Qualitative impairment in social interaction, as manifested by

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