Carly O’NeillAssociate News Editor With 2020 less than a year away, it is time to be more politically conscious than ever, and visit the question of who’s running in the upcoming 2020 presidential election. Capitol . . .
Jared HamelothNews Editor At a public meeting on March 20, Millersville’s Council of Trustees voted to decrease room and board at Millersville by a total of 3.3 percent. This leads to an overall decrease of . . .
Alexander BershteinStaff Writer On Thursday March 21, the Iron Chef event took place in Lehr Hall within the upper floor of the Gordonier Dining Hall. Five groups competed with their cooking skills: Jalapeno Business, Baker . . .
Carly O’NeillAssociate News EditorJared HamelothNews Editor The beloved food truck announced its comeback to bring the students of Millersville the fried food they deserve. The truck will reopen on Wednesday afternoon, March 27, and students . . .
Jared HamelothNews Editor Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman is going on a listening tour throughout Pennsylvania to hear residents’ thoughts on the legalization of marijuana in the state. He plans to visit all 67 Pa. counties, . . .
Ian BourneStaff Writer Millersville University has been plagued by its own parking infrastructure for what feels like decades. Students sit in class and criticize. They grab food in the Galley and grumble. They study in . . .
Carly O’NeillAssociate News Editor Millersville University hosted a Lancaster Passes on Plastic: A Climate Change Workshop event on Saturday, March 2 in the Lombardo Welcome Center. The Lancaster Hub of Global Shapers teamed up with . . .
Jared HamelothNews Editor Student workers at the McNairy Library are about to be introduced to an undertaking where they’ll get to learn about historic moments from southeastern Pennsylvania through old news footage. In late January, . . .
Jason HertzMultimedia Editor Science majors interested in cutting-edge nanotechnology have a new lab in Osburn Hall this Spring semester. The nanofabrication and manufacturing technology lab moved from a cramped closet to a ground-floor, windowed classroom. . . .
Julia WaltersFeatures Editor Millersville has had a great year in regards to sustainability and becoming more conservationist. The efforts to become a more eco-friendly campus have been nationally recognized by a non-profit organization, Second Nature, . . .