Maryland: Visiting the free state

April 11, 2018 0

Patrick Clemens  Staff Writer If we were to take all the geographic diversity, historical landmarks, and bustling urban areas that we have visited so far and pack them into a relatively small state, that state

Getting to know Mr. Millersville

April 11, 2018 0

Sade Palmer Features Editor He comes from a small town in Massachusetts called Kingston, a transfer student, currently a junior here at Millersville. A film major, and a member of the Black Student Union (BSU),

Back in Time: Apple makes its debut

March 29, 2018 0

Peyton Powell Staff Writer Where would we be with our computers and our phones? More specifically, where would we be without Apple products? If it weren’t for this day, April 1st, 1976, the world may

New York: the city that never sleeps

March 28, 2018 0

Patrick Clemens Staff Writer Upon leaving Connecticut, we enter what is known as the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. They are experienced exactly like they sound — as a mediatory area between chilly New

Millersville’s second Dream Warriors concert

March 28, 2018 0

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer  The Dream Warriors event was an expressive concert of Native American culture that took place in the Marauder Courts of the Student Memorial Center on Friday, March 2 nd . The

Little Stones advocates for equal gender rights

March 28, 2018 0

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer Millersville University and the Lancaster community was granted a view to the multi- awarded documentary on advocacy for Women’s Equal rights, Little Stones, on February 28 th before it was presented

Massachusetts: Visiting the Bay State

March 28, 2018 0

Patrick Clemens Staff Writer Massachusetts is the first Commonwealth at which we arrive. This distinction makes the official name of the state the “Commonwealth of Massachusetts.” This title means virtually nothing and is simply a

The Time Between podcast

March 28, 2018 0

Anna Tran Staff Writer The Time Between is a podcast series about students taking a non-traditional route to higher education. Logically, the next step after high-school is college.  We start in kindergarten, next is elementary

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