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Dorm life made easy: rules of the dorm

September 7, 2012

Anne Shaffer Assitant Features Editor Thin walls and hairy drains will not make a pleasant semester for the large number of students moving back onto campus this fall. The rules for living in dormitories on . . .

Roommate love: living with strangers

September 7, 2012

Emily Survoy and Amanda Pohl Contributing Writers When entering college, there is one thing that every student, whether a freshman or a senior, worries about. Roommates: whether you’re meeting for the first time or have . . .

Using your on-campus resources

September 7, 2012

Hayley Addesa Features Writer It’s that time of year again! A new school year: time to start fresh and make use of all of the resources Millersville provides for us. Many students don’t take advantage . . .

Kate Cramer serves in ongoing Katrina aftermath

September 22, 2011

By: Tess Black Volunteer, Harry Potter fan, “second mom” and full time student. These are all titles that can be used to describe Millersville University senior Kate Cramer. During her sophomore spring break, Cramer volunteered . . .

Wellness Fair thrives

September 22, 2011

By: Michael Blackson The Wellness Fair is a familiar event to the eyes of the university, so it came as a surprise when the color pink introduced visitors to the Marauder Court a month early. . . .

From the Bike Barn to Belgium

September 22, 2011

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

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

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

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 . . .

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