By Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor So much of cultural identity resides in language and names. Society has attached certain expectations to names; particularly, society has assigned assumptions of what people with certain names should look . . .
By Shaun LucasStaff Writer Want to relax and play some video games? The commuter lounge at the Student Memorial Center at Millersville now has three arcade cabinets, along with three flat-screen TVs. There are two . . .
Josh RittbergArts and Culture Editor Editor’s note: this article was originally published with inaccurate information regarding the purposed “LGBTQIA+ Center.” The original article’s second paragraph began with: “One exciting innovation that was announced on campus . . .
In recent years Republican attacks against Democrats for embracing “evil socialism” has exponentially increased. It first started when President Obama was called a “Marist Communist” by Fox News despite empirically being one of the most . . .
By Nick HughesOpinion Editor In the metal world, there are bands that release albums every few years and do well for themselves. There are also bands that started off strong with releases but then started . . .
By Jason HertzMultimedia Editor President Trump backed down on a proposal to cut all funding to the Special Olympics Thursday. The event resulted in a rare occurrence of public tension between Trump and Education Secretary, . . .
By Jessie GarrisonAssociate Opinion Editor President Donald Trump’s latest controversy is his 2020 budget proposal. In his proposal he proposed an 18 million dollar cut to the Special Olympics. Richard J. Durbin, Senates Number 2 . . .