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Changes for all at MU

October 24, 2015

Caputo. When students hear that name they often think of Caputo Hall, the home of the science department. However, behind the name was a Millersville president, Joseph A. Caputo. Caputo, a native of New Jersey, . . .

Berlin Wall falls too late for Snapper

October 24, 2015

Peter Yerger ’90 Former Commentary Editor (1989-1990) I was The Snapper’s commentary editor on November 9, 1989 when the Berlin Wall fell. It was, as most of the history majors reading this could tell you, . . .

My retrospective perspective

October 24, 2015

Jonathan Milakovic ’96 In retrospect, my tenure as reporter and features editor of The Snapper seems all too brief. In the mid-90’s, we stored our stories on antiquated 5-1/4 inch floppy disks. When our computers . . .

Councilman reflects on experience

October 24, 2015

Tom Baker ’02 Being a member of The Snapper staff definitely played a major role in my time as an undergraduate at Millersville. When I arrived at Millersville in the fall of 1997, The Snapper . . .

Alum flying high

October 24, 2015

Rob Kuestner ’95 My name is Rob Kuestner, during my junior and senior years at Millersville, I worked as the sports editor for The Snapper. I am currently the Eagles Content Producer for NBC10 in . . .

Feeling old and sentimental

October 23, 2015

Seth Lennon ’06 So, writing this piece is going to make me feel really old. When I first walked into the Snapper office as a wide-eyed clueless freshman in September 2003, I had no idea . . .

Remembering the hard times

October 23, 2015

Natalie Shaak ’05 My first week on campus, I walked into my first Snapper meeting.  As an English major, I knew it was the place for me. I never knew the impact it would have . . .

Kickstarting a Career

October 23, 2015

Dan Good ’06 My time with the Snapper reflects the most exhilarating point in my journalism career. The focus wasn’t on page views or video start totals or ROI or social reach then — we were . . .

The age of technology and tragedy

October 23, 2015

The years 1925-1945 were an age of expansion and development. During these decades, the world was introduced to many new technologies and experienced many tragedies. The events of this time period were influenced by the . . .

The Snapper’s start

October 23, 2015

The Millersville University we’ve all grown to love is actually nowhere close to the Millersville that students in the 1920s attended. Of course, there were updates in technology and staffing since then, but the fundamental . . .

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