From the Bike Barn to Belgium

September 22, 2011 0

By: Chelsea Shank When Andy Haggerty was 14, he was always taking his bicycle apart and putting it back together, holding to the belief that to be a really good cyclist you had to know

Rugby rage

September 15, 2011 0

By: Julie Raffensperger You are walking down George Street on your way to class, when suddenly you notice a group of students walking by with cuts and bruises all over their body. One is even

National Depression Screening day

September 15, 2011 0

By: Chelsea Shank College dreams can quickly come crashing down when the illusions of what everything should look and feel like collide with the reality of what the day to day life on campus is

Gifts That Give Hope

September 15, 2011 0

By: Tess Black Eight. That seems to be the magic number, at least according to the United Nations as well as author and social justice activist Mike Yankoski. Both the U.N. and the author are

Students summer plans

April 23, 2011 0

BY: Lynn Rhoades Summer, summer, summer. This is every student’s favorite word and it is creeping up on the Millersville community pretty quickly. With finals just a week away, everyone is starting to think about

Donate a pint of blood and save three lives

April 23, 2011 0

BY: Mary Beth Mostyn If you were near the SMC yesterday afternoon, you no doubt saw the blood donation truck parked out front. Numerous students showed up for the blood drive, all there to support

I think I met you, once upon a click

April 23, 2011 0

BY: Julie Raffensperger A blue and white page. Email, password, log in. “Sign up. It’s free, and always will be.” Where have you seen all of this before? If you guessed Facebook, you are absolutely

Confessions of a new Twitter user

April 23, 2011 1

BY: Chelsea Shank Gone are the days of lugging around piles of textbooks, and here come the days of delighted students following along on their e-readers as professors ease through class teaching from an e-reader

Evaluating e-readers

April 23, 2011 0

BY: Chelsea Shank Gone are the days of lugging around piles of textbooks, and here come the days of delighted students following along on their e-readers as professors ease through class teaching from an e-reader

A tale of two coffee shops

April 15, 2011 0

BY: Virginia Scheid-Young It was my first semester at Millersville University. In addition to finding my way around an entirely new campus and readjusting to a new school, it was my goal to locate a

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