Mickayla Miller Associate Copy Editor Spring is in the air and, with it, the spirit of Millersville begins to shine through, despite nearing the end of the semester. It’s the time to make amends, start . . .
Tyshana Rosado Contributing Writer Senator Hillary Clinton was 10 points ahead of Senator Barack Obama, but during a rally in North Carolina, one defining moment convinced Wil Haygood that Obama would become president. What was . . .
Jean Georges Staff Writer With a whirlwind of activities taking place this semester, MU’s Black Student Union (BSU) welcomes in several diversity events on campus sponsored by the organization during the blustery month of March. . . .
Zachary Staab Assoc. News Editor The Black Student Union (BSU) and Peer Health Educators (PHE) collaborated to organize the Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 16 from 7:30 p.m.-10:00 p.m. The first Sadie Hawkins Dance . . .
Marteena Oliphant News Writer On February 6th, The Future filled the Clair Performance Hall, to listen to a major figure in the history of the African American fight to eradicate inequality, injustice, and alienation of . . .
Marissa Incitti Features Editor For some, Black History Month takes a backseat to Valentine’s Day and other holidays in February, but for Millersville University’s Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (CSIL) as well as the . . .
The Snapper Business Manager Steph Gilstein wrote an article in a previous printed edition of The Snapper titled “Segregation at MU.” It is evident that Ms. Gilstein wrote the article in haste and clearly did . . .
I wanted to write and address the article written in “The Snapper” Thursday September 24, 2009. The article, “Segregation at MU,” addressed what the author believed to be racism at Millersville University. She stated that . . .