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 . . .
Alex BershteinStaff Writer At the Argires Science Complex of Millersville University, collaborations between undergraduate students and the biology departments’ Dr. Brent Horton are taking place. Since 2015, Dr. Horton has offered students majoring in biology . . .
Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor On October 9, Point Park’s student newspaper The Globe, published an article written by Logan Dubil, a conservative student at the university. In his opinion article titled “Conservative student speaks against . . .
Rachel LaughlinAssociate Arts & Culture Editor Thursday, Oct. 3, marked the first of many career and postgraduate opportunities for students on Millersville’s campus. Oct. 3 was the first job and internship fair of the 2019-2020 . . .
Carly O’NeillFeatures Editor Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor The “A Wake for the Future” Climate Strike, hosted by the Sunrise Movement, took place on Sept. 27 at Binns Park in downtown Lancaster. University students and community . . .
Carly O’Neill Features Editor Millersville’s Free Money Game Show hosted by Scott Alexander, took place on Thursday, Sept. 26, where students played for the chance to win up to $80. Students were picked for each . . .