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Sunflower Greene: A good year of sunshine

March 6, 2018 0

Brenden Curry Sports Editor Sunflower Greene has been breaking personal and school records during her time at Millersville. Greene is a junior thrower on the Women’s Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field teams. She throws the

Movie ticket sales reach twenty-five year low in 2017

February 28, 2018 0

Colin Vanden Berg Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor 2017 marked the lowest sales numbers for movie tickets since 1992, according to Entertainment Weekly (EW). EW writer David CanfIeld offers several theories as to 2017’s dip

Love Your Melon brings warmth and hope

February 15, 2016 0

Casey Sullivan Staff Writer Cancer is truly a horrible hand for any child or adult to be dealt with, however there are always people willing to lend a hand to make it a little easier.

Red flags speckle campus in memory of Karlie Hall

February 11, 2016 0

Caroline Campbell Associate Features Editor February serves as Black History Month, and also encompasses Valentine’s Day and Groundhog Day, but many do not know that it represents “Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.” The month is

Made in Millersville shows student research

February 5, 2016 0

Mickayla Miller News Editor The college experience often consists of many things: fun times shared with friends, tons of coffee, classes that start entirely too early and, of course, plenty of research. While the thought

Jazz at de ‘Ville

December 3, 2008 0

The funky rhythm of jazz resonated in the Multi-Purpose room of the Student Memorial Center on Thursday night.