MU hosts first-ever literary festival!

November 8, 2018

Julia Walters Features Editor Millersville held its first Literary Festival this past Friday in the McNairy Library. The event had many different sessions with writers, those in publishing, and scholars on the craft of writing. . . .

Sweets and treats

October 31, 2018

Jared Kish Sports Editor  Every Halloween jack-o-lantern buckets, pillowcases, and bags get filled with approximately 600 million pounds of candy. Hershey bars, Snickers, and little packets of Skittles are all past out on the night . . .

Pennhurst Asylum

October 31, 2018

Carly O’Neill Staff Writer  History of Pennhurst State School and Hospital: In 1903, the Pennsylvania Legislature authorized the creation of the Eastern State Institution for the Feeble-Minded and Epileptic. The legislation stated that the buildings . . .

Improving crosswalk safety on campus

October 31, 2018

Carly O’Neill  Staff Writer Traffic safety has become more increasingly apparent here at Millersville. More specifically the use of the crosswalks around campus. Recently I had the opportunity to interview Police Chief Peter Anders regarding . . .

Pet therapy reduces stress

October 31, 2018

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer The Millersville University’s Counseling Center has had to create a new schedule for dog therapy for students this semester, and it is still in the works.  These visits are subject to . . .

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