As a journalist, I recognize the unmistakable power of words. The words we use to describe each other have the power to humanize, to dehumanize, and to shape social identities. On September 18, Donald Trump . . .
By Jessie GarrisonHead Copy EditorAssociate Opinion Editor The Area 51 Raid was originally supposed to be a joke according to the 21-year-old college student, Matty Roberts. According to USA Today and CNN, the joke was . . .
Jessie Garrison Head Copy Editor Associate Opinion Editor World Suicide Prevention Day, also referred to as Suicide Awareness Day, occurs every year on Sept. 10. This day comes early in Suicide Awareness Month, which is . . .
By Tyresha Vaughan-Blanding Staff Writer What is Black Girl Magic? What makes it so mysterious yet powerful? On September 9, 2019 I learned what makes it so mysterious and powerful. Black Girl Magic Meet-Up is . . .
By Rachel Laughlin Associate Arts and Culture Editor As a club president, my experience with CSIL has been a box of mixed chocolates. Working with Jackie Aliotta? Sweet and creamy, very nice. Getting events scheduled . . .
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 . . .