Jared HamelothEditor in Chief Carly O’NeillFeatures Editor On Thursday, April 18, Dr. Daniel Wubah was officially sworn in as Millersville’s 15th President. From a warm opening ceremony, to the many inaugural speakers who had kind . . .
Shae O’BrienStaff Writer This April marks the 18th year recognizing Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). “Take Back the Night” started in the 1970s after the first rape crisis clinic was open, with many women’s groups . . .
Carly O’NeillAssociate News Editor Millersville University collaborated with the Internationella Engelska Skolan or International English School, the largest free school organization at the compulsory level in Sweden, to send primarily education majors to work and . . .
Sim ShahAssociate Features Editor “Never again,” is a phrase attached to the genocide that occurred under Hitler’s command during WWII. However, there are people who claim the Holocaust never happened at all. Tuesday evening in . . .
Alexander BershteinStaff Writer Recently in Millersville’s Psychology program in Luek Hall, a study was conducted on positive reinforcement. The subjects of this research were sixteen female Long-Evans rats who began their participation when they were . . .
Carly O’NeIllAssociate News Editor On Monday, April 8, Student Government and Student Affairs held their one of many “Coffee with Commuters” events in the Stayer lobby from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. This event was . . .
Jared HamelothNews Editor Many students may not remember Javaville, or even realized it existed at all, but it has been replaced by Cactus Cafe. The new coffee shop is just a quick walk down Prince . . .
Carly O’NeillAssociate News Editor ‘Ville Unplugged is a three-week energy conservation campaign that has been taking place from March 25 to April 14. The goal of this campaign is to reduce campus energy use through . . .
Mickayla MillerEditor in Chief February 8, 2015 is a day which will forever go down as one of the worst in Millersville’s history. That was the day that Gregorio Orrestieta, then 20, killed freshman Karlie . . .
Julia WaltersFeatures Editor This past Saturday was a huge day of giving back for the Millersville community. The Student Government Association hosted their second annual Big Event, which essentially was a one day community service . . .