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Your hands aren’t tied by the past

March 20, 2019

By Jason Hertz Staff Writer Neckties are silly and need to stop being worn. Because previous generations were expected to do the same, doesn’t mean we have to. At the risk of inferring general opinion, . . .

Disgraced frontman not worth redeeming

March 20, 2019

By Nicholas David GallagherStaff Writer When has a band reached the point where they are past their prime? Is it when the audience at live shows start demanding you play older music? Or is it . . .

Cohen lost everything, why lie now?

March 6, 2019

By Shannon O’BrieStaff Writer On February 27, Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former attorney, testified publicly against Trump in a congressional hearing. Cohen’s testimony accused Trump of many lies, and claimed Trump committed illegal activity . . .

A Dead Band Walking

March 6, 2019

By Nicholas David GallagherStaff Writer When has a band reached the point where they are past their prime? Is it when the audience at live shows start demanding you play older music? Or is it . . .

The Oscars faced an unorthodox season this year

February 27, 2019

Alex Bershtein Staff Writer The traditional Oscars Award Ceremony this year was unorthodox. Many viewers may agree with the results, while many might not. Regardless, the promotion of the movies gained notoriety. Whether it was . . .

Where is the food truck?

February 27, 2019

Kaylee Rex Managing Editor If you follow Millersville University’s Instagram account, you have probably noticed the ongoing food truck remarks in the comment section. Students are very passionate about getting the food truck back out . . .

Dismantling Title X sets dangerous precedent

February 27, 2019

Julia Walters Features Editor President Donald Trump yet again enacted a plan last week that takes seriously sets back family and women’s organizations, such as Planned Parenthood. As it stands right now, the government allocates . . .

New age legislators push towards prominence

February 27, 2019

Jared Hameloth News Editor Imagine a world in which the demographics of the U.S Congress represented the people they are supposed to represent. The importance of issues would shift to what younger people care about, . . .

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