Millersville Increases Tuition for 2015/2016

July 17, 2015 0

Aaron Jaffe  Advertising Manager MILLERSVILLE, Pa. – The Millersville University Council of Trustees voted on Friday, July 17th to increase the 2015-2016 tuition by 6.8%. This is an $18 increase per credit and a $270

Ryan Woerner farewell article

May 1, 2015 0

Ryan Woerner Staff Writer I’ve known full well that I’d have to write one of these “goodbye” articles since I joined the masthead as sports editor way back whenever that was. To be honest, I’ve

The Sophomore Project

April 30, 2015 0

Allie Remis Arts & Culture Editor Olivia Ober gave a lecture recital Sun., April 26, titled “A Day in the Life of a Performer.” Ober compared reading music to reading a book; both are read

“How to Be a Person”

April 30, 2015 0

Allie Remis Arts & Culture Editor Samuel Kelly and Jeremy Hammer performed in a joint junior recital Sunday, April 26 at 4:30 p.m. titled: ‘How To Be A Person.’ They carried this humor and purpose

Dark Dreams Don’t Die

April 30, 2015 0

Matt Daniels Staff Writer There are very few true auteurs in the video game industry, but if there’s any who has proven himself worthy of the title, it’s Hidetaka Suehiro, known better by the name

Thrills in the Machine

April 30, 2015 0

Grant Pearsall Staff Writer There is something dark at the heart of all technology that we have unwittingly placed there, concealing it in a wrapping of humankind’s starry-eyed aspirations for a brighter future. Science fiction

Black Violin performs to inspire, uplift, entertain

April 30, 2015 0

Marianne Caesar Features Editor Thursday, the Millersville Community time musically time travelled between both the classical and modern eras of sound with the help of musical performers Black Violin. “I think that’s what really inspires

Millersville advocates on The Hill

April 23, 2015 0

Aaron Jaffe Advertising Manager The bus left at 8:12am from Dixon University Center in Harrisburg, Pa. The mission: convince PA legislatures that PASSHE funding is significantly beneficial to students and to the state. Any student

Senate Recap: April 16

April 23, 2015 0

Joseph Roehm Staff Writer The Student Senate meeting began at 6:36 p.m. with roll call. After two inductions, the senate began appeals for additional allocations. The first to step forward was Marauder Music Productions. They

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