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The entrepreneurial spirit in Lancaster

November 18, 2018 0

Sam Manning Staff Writer  Lancaster County has long been a hotbed for the entrepreneurial spirit. The first ones in the area were farmers- taking advantage of the county’s rich soil and natural irrigation. From those

Debunking the myth of the starving artist

November 14, 2018 0

Kaylee Rex Managing Editor Artists are all too used to being asked how they plan on making money, because it seems to be assumed that going into the arts is an automatic sentence to life

Commuters made Millersville their home as well

September 28, 2018 0

Simren Shah Associate Features Editor A huge part of the college experience is living on campus. Many students meet their first friends in their residence halls or suites. However, not everyone lives on campus. How

A journey of Questions and Answers

September 28, 2018 0

Alex Bershstein Staff Writer Dr. Thomas Neuville is the Faculty Adviser for Integrated Studies, Disabilities Studies Advisor, and professorial educator at Millersville University. He runs many programs to combat the stigma and segregation that inflict

There is no normal in college

September 27, 2018 0

Jason HertzMultimedia Coordinator Millersville University provides enrollment statistics every year in the form of an institutional research fact book. These statistics are publicly available and easy to access. Millersville students, however, represent much more than

One year too many?

September 27, 2018 0

Mickayla MillerEditor In Chief Let’s face it: hardly anyone likes being a fifth-year senior. You watched last May as all of your friends walked across the stage, accepting their diplomas with doe eyes, not worrying

The troubles of being a part-time student

September 27, 2018 0

Nick HughesOpinion Editor The part time student is one that goes to school, as the name suggests, part time. Students like these are usually part time due to a couple factors.  One of those factors

BLACKOUT: MILLERSVILLE FIGHTS POWER OUTAGES

September 12, 2018 0

Abigail RisserStaff Writer September rolled in bringing a heat wave, peaking in the upper 90s through Labor Day weekend. Students may have noticed classrooms and dorm rooms felt hotter than usual within this period due

President Wubah’s first State of the University

September 12, 2018 0

Jared HamelothNews Editor Dr. Daniel Wubah gave his first State of the University Address on Friday Sept. 7. Surrounded by faculty and staff in Clair Performance Hall, Wubah began by thanking the the audience, but

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