Julia Walters Managing Editor Last Friday morning, hundreds of students attending Franklin and Marshall College protested racist costumes that depict offensive stereotypes relating to people of African, Asian, and Hispanic descent. of worn by five . . .
Kat Virula News Editor Every day, there are news stories about the student debt crisis. But what exactly is the crisis we’re seeking to solve? Is it the staggering amount of student debt? The rapidly . . .
Sydney Clark Associate Arts & Culture Editor On the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 23, members of the Millersville University community gathered in the Lombardo Welcome Center for a Positive Energy Breakfast to celebrate the building . . .
Kat VirulaNews Editor After years of careful planning, testing and documentation, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection approved the request to decommission the MU radiation safety license in the summer of 2019. The conclusion of . . .
Shaun LucasAssociate News Editor On Oct. 24, paleontologist Paul Sereno gave a free public presentation at Millersville University’s Winter Center. Sereno discussed his decades worth of fossil excavation experiences along with his future plans for . . .
Kat Virula News Editor The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) announced this year’s Excellence and Innovation Award winners and Millersville University made it on the list! Millersville’s president, Dr. Daniel Wubah was . . .
Chloe Barrett Associate News Editor Millersville University students have more college students voting in elections than the national average. According to Washington Monthly in Sept. 2019, Millersville had been identified as one of the 80 . . .
Kat Virula News Editor It’s that time of year again! This upcoming weekend is Homecoming and it’s filled with exciting events for Millersville residents and students alike. “This is one of the biggest events that . . .
Kat Virula News Editor Dr. Carrie Smith is an academic who isn’t content to only work in academia. She is looking for another way to serve the community: running for office. Dr. Smith announced earlier . . .
Kat Virula News Editor Opioid addiction is a public health crisis that is happening all across the nation. Data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, shows that more than 130 people a . . .