Carly O’NeillFeatures Editor The Lancaster Conservancy was founded in 1969 and has been helping preserve and maintain natural lands throughout the Lancaster and York County regions for 50 years. They manage 46 nature preserves and . . .
Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor Kyle Smith, Vice President and Secretary of Martial Arts, provided details about martial arts club and the importance of learning self defense. “I am a black belt in Taekwondo, so coming . . .
Nick HughesOpinion Editor There is a game store in Lancaster called FarboCo, owned by husband and wife, James and Kate Farbo. The store was on East King Street in Lancaster city. In August the Farbo’s . . .
Carly O’NeillFeatures Editor Located in Sinking Spring, near Reading, Pa., Shocktoberfest began in 1991 as a simple haunted hayride called Maniac Mountain. In 1997 after The Toxic Asylum Haunted House was added, the company changed . . .
Sydney ClarkAssociate Arts & Culture Editor Millersville University has a monitored feral cat population on campus and many students may not even be aware of it. Not only are there feral cats, there is also . . .
Carly O’NeillFeatures Editor On Saturday, Nov. 2, in Washington D.C., National fans gathered on Constitution Ave to celebrate the Nats World Series victory. It’s been 95 years since DC has last seen a baseball championship . . .
Natalie FloryStaff Writer The first-ever Boundless Arts and Humanities Conference took place at the Ware Center on Oct. 11 and 12. The conference featured student presenters from eight schools in the PASSHE system, including a . . .
Kat Virula News Editor Dr. Carrie Smith is an academic who isn’t content to only work in academia. She is looking for another way to serve the community: running for office. Dr. Smith announced earlier . . .
Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor Brain MarkleyAssociate Sports Editor Millersville’s first rap cypher was held over fall break in the Great Room located in the dorms. The first-of-its-kind event featured five Millersville rappers: Tall $tax, Velkro . . .
Carly O’NeillFeatures Editor To kick off Homecoming week, Millersville held Fall Fest Events’s mobile haunted attraction on Monday outside the Student Memorial Center from 4-8 p.m. Although this terror vehicle might seem small on the . . .