Lessons of College

December 19, 2017 0

Michael Brockett Staff Writer As the semester nears the end, I reflect on what college has given to me over the years. While we look at our classes as the place for an educational foundation,

Senator Bernie Sanders Rallies Families in Reading

December 9, 2017 0

Allison McNeill Staff Writer In April 2016, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders visited Reading with motives to extend his campaign to one of the most impoverished cities in the nation. Sanders speech inspired hope to rebuild

Lost: One Millersville ID card

December 9, 2017 0

Alex Bershtein Staff Writer To a Millersville student, their Millersville ID Card is one of the most important item that they carry. It is used for an abundance of everyday situations for students. Uses can

Net Neutrality is at risk and we should all care

December 9, 2017 0

Abigail Risser Staff Writer Have you ever surfed the internet, for research, your own enjoyment, etc.? Or enjoyed free WIFI from various shops/locations? With December 14 looming around the corner the ability to do that

If you want to win Lancaster, take a cue from Bernie Sanders

November 15, 2017 0

  Liam Edmunds Staff Writer For the last 24 years, Pennsylvania has been a Democratic stronghold against Republican opposition to the presidential election. Democrats have defeated Republicans in every presidential election since 1992. That changed

President Donald Trump Year One

November 15, 2017 0

You may know me as the Korean dude who wears Notre Dame shirts around campus. I am also the Korean dude who voted for President Donald Trump. With the one-year anniversary of the biggest political

Trump, Year one

November 15, 2017 0

Jason Hertz Associate Opinion Editor Okay, let’s talk turkey. Donald Trump’s Presidency has been a national embarrassment. In the last year, he has insulted world leaders and threatened nuclear attacks with ‘fire and fury’ against

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