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The New York Times sues the FCC

September 27, 2018 0

Lou CrossanAssociate Arts and Culture Editor Lately it seems as though the Russians have infiltrated all manner of American government. Whether their interference is unreliable information, or if they are really influencing American politics is

Inclusive lexicon: Language Department rebrands

September 19, 2018 0

Julia WaltersAssociate News Editor Millersville introduced its new Department of Language and Culture Studies last week; it was  previously called the Department of Foreign Languages. They changed their name and expanded their program to incorporate

PSECU relocation frees up space for diversity

September 13, 2018 0

Julia WaltersStaff Writer Anyone who has frequented the SMC knows the friendly faces at PSECU who always stand attentively outside of room 110. But many students were surprised when they came back this fall and

Creating a dialogue about race

April 25, 2018 0

Mickayla Miller Editor in Chief Being that Millersville University is a microcosm of a larger society, the students here experience both the good and bad aspects of society: everything from a sense of community to

Protests, performances and pride

April 20, 2018 0

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer On Monday, April 16, Millersville University hosted Disability Pride Day. It was the climax to the Disability Film Fest, albeit a slight misnomer as the day was not a marathon of

Students present their art at Made in Millersville

April 19, 2018 0

Brenden Curry Sports Editor Amidst all of the scholarly, academic research posters and presentations many Millersville students presented on Tuesday, the arts also provided the passionate spirit of Millersville academics. “I’m not necessarily the most

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