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“A Wake For The Future”

October 3, 2019

Carly O’NeillFeatures Editor Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor The “A Wake for the Future” Climate Strike, hosted by the Sunrise Movement, took place on Sept. 27 at Binns Park in downtown Lancaster. University students and community . . .

Autism Speaks: The so-called Face of Autism

October 3, 2019

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor Autism Speaks barely helps autistic people Autism Speaks is an international charity organization that works to promote awareness about autism. After looking at the finances and graphs that Autism Speaks published, . . .

Trump revisits venomous rhetoric via Instagram

October 3, 2019

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 . . .

Forging Frontiers

May 2, 2019

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer On the evening of April 2nd within Meyers Auditorium in McComsey Hall the STEM Conference. Dedicated to recognizing the contributions of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics the special guest . . .

Why everyone should try low-waste living

April 10, 2019

By Lou Crossan Associate Arts & Culture Editor It’s that time of the year again! Flowers are sprouting, trees are getting their leaves back, that pair of fuzzy socks you wore all winter are being . . .

Mary Parrinello: a student in uniform

March 27, 2019

Simren Shah Associate Features Editor Millersville University’s Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (ROTC) is a program that allows aspiring military personnel to train while earning their degree. Mary Parrinello, a junior in the program, recently signed . . .

Collaging with George Street Press!

March 6, 2019

Julia Walters Features Editor If any student needs a creative outlet to let off some steam or just to forget about the stress of classes and jobs for a short time, the artistic events hosted . . .

Debunking the myth of the starving artist

November 14, 2018

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 . . .

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