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 . . .
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 . . .
Caleb Nauman Staff Writer We have under 12 years to completely transition our economy away from fossil fuels. A transition to 100% renewable energy to prevent the worst effects of climate change. In a recent . . .
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 . . .
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, . . .
Nick Hughes Opinion Editor Clark County, Washington is facing a lot of backlash due to a measles outbreak that was reported by health officials in the area. This is not the first major measles outbreak . . .
Jason Hertz Multimedia Editor Universal basic income is an inevitable necessity for a democratic republic. A government with equity and freedom as central doctrines must seek out innovative ways to improve the lives of its . . .
Julia Walters Features Editor The music industry has always been fraught with male entitlement and toxic masculinity. While it all that surprising in a general sense, I still found myself shocked and upset when the . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor On Thursday, November 22, history was made as the new Broadway musical comedy, The Prom, had the first-ever LGBTQ kiss on the Macy’s Day Parade. This small gratitude of . . .