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Inclusive lexicon: Language Department rebrands

September 19, 2018

Julia WaltersAssociate News Editor Millersville introduced its new Department of Language and Culture Studies last week; it was  previously called the Department of Foreign Languages. They changed their name and expanded their program to incorporate . . .

A touch of Ireland in Amish lands

September 13, 2018

Zoe Berrier Features Editor Walk around downtown Lancaster and you may feel you are in the outskirts of an old English city like London, but if you step off East King Street into Annie Bailey’s . . .

Finding my inner Seoul

April 25, 2018

Brenden Curry Sports Editor As I prepare to graduate from Millersville University in the final weeks of the semester, I always look back to one February morning a year ago I’ll never forget. A morning . . .

Women of color’s under representation in STEM

April 25, 2018

Latanya Jamison Staff Writer Over the last few decades, the disproportion of African American women in the STEM field has shown little change. The reason behind this issues lies with primary education and the lack . . .

Pet therapy introduces a few new friends

April 25, 2018

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer Although many students are stressed and debating whether to look forward to the last week of the semester, there is three days of puppy-love and cat-curiousness that they definitely can. As . . .

A friendly face brings joy to the Upper Deck

April 25, 2018

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer Sometimes there are certain people that impact the lives of students across campus in ways seemingly small, but over the course of days, then weeks, semesters, and then years that person . . .

Zenkaikon makes triumphant return to Lancaster

April 25, 2018

Nick Hughes  Opinion Editor In the year 2013, a convention came to Lancaster. Zenkaikon made its first appearance at the Lancaster City convention center in 2013 and has had the convention there ever since. The . . .

Rotten Roommates?

April 25, 2018

Sarah Rettig Staff Writer Dealing with difficult people is a skill most adapt to by the end of college; living with them is another story. Home is supposed to be a restful place, safe and . . .

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