One Book, One Campus, and a Few Changes

September 13, 2017 1

Kaylee Rex Arts and Culture Editor Many students remember the One Book, One Campus program from freshman orientation when they were just beginning their time here at Millersville. Now, no matter class standing, all students

Electronic vs traditional reading

April 23, 2015 0

Marie Mosca Opinion Editor I am not ashamed to admit that I happen to be a bookworm. Over the years, I have collected many books and had to give a lot away due to lack

'One Book, One Campus'

April 2, 2015 0

Emily Hepner Features Editor Every campus has some kind of connection that bonds the student body and faculty together. For the Millersville community, it’s a book. Not just one specific book, but a different book

Crippling cost of textbooks

October 2, 2013 0

Drew Becker Staff Writer Most college students look forward to getting back to campus after a long deserved break, until it is time to buy textbooks. As we watch our savings from break disappear in

One Book, One Campus discusses the freshman reading process

September 18, 2010 0

Millersville students have all been subject to some sort of summer reading book prior to starting freshman
year. Whether it was Ishmael, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, or, most recently, Einstein’s Dreams, The Common Reading Program has inched its way into students’ lives. The Common Reading Program is an organization which selects the book that the incoming class is assigned to read. These books are very carefully chosen. “The Common Reading Program is intended to create community and university community as a whole”, said Dr. Caleb Corkery, assistant chair of the English Department.

Tales of Exploration

February 18, 2010 0

As a college student I have learned that sometimes reading can be a hassle.

Reading 30 page articles for a Communications class or reading a novel about King Leopold III for a World History class can be a tiresome thing. Sometimes you just want to read for fun, right? Well then, I want to tell you about a book called “My Horizontal Life: A Collection of One-Night Stands” by Chelsea Handler.

MU bookstore is the bane of our existence

January 28, 2010 3

Textbooks have become the bane of a college students existence. Why is it that our bookstore and many other retailers feel it is appropriate to charge an arm, a leg, and a kidney for one book?