Carly O’Neill Features Editor Meet John Tintera. He is the President of the Student Government Association from Haverford PA, Delaware County, with a double major in education and government and political affairs. A denied funding . . .
Natalie FloryStaff Writer For the past eighteen years, Millersville has played a part in United Way’s Day of Caring. This year was no exception. On Saturday, September 7, United Way of Lancaster County hosted the . . .
Sydney ClarkStaff Writer Students had the opportunity to meet with local businesses, organizations, and nonprofits Thursday, September 12 at ComMUnity Fest. Vendors set up inside and outside of the Student Memorial Center (SMC) and came . . .
Carly O’NeillFeatures Editor This year Millersville University welcomed 1,300 new students to its campus, making up the freshmen class of 2023. 91 percent of this semester’s incoming Marauders are in state students, while the other . . .
Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor Students enrolled in professional studies programs and internships are expected to dress in professional attire. The Campus Closet, located in the HUB, is a newly expanded resource for students to find . . .
Carly O’Neill Features Editor Writing Wrongs is a three day intensive journalism program created for the storytellers and those with something to say. The theme for 2019 highlighted the LGBTQ+ community and the struggles they . . .
Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor Dr. Marlene Arnold, Professor of Anthropology at Millersville University, has begun her 40th academic year with the university. “I like to tell people I started at age five, but clearly that . . .
Rachel Laughlin Staff Writer This past Saturday, September 7, the Student Organization Leadership Symposium was hosted, organized, and presented by the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (CSIL.) The event marked the beginning of many club . . .
Josh RittbergArts and Culture Editor Editor’s note: this article was originally published with inaccurate information regarding the purposed “LGBTQIA+ Center.” The original article’s second paragraph began with: “One exciting innovation that was announced on campus . . .