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A respectful campus

September 17, 2014

Emily Reyburn Staff Writer Everybody’s heard of bullying before, but does everybody have the same concept of bullying? Is bullying punching, hitting, kicking someone until they beg for relief? Or, can bullying also be making . . .

Kids will not just be kids

April 23, 2014

Maria Rovito Managing Editor A new study from the King’s College of London finds adults who were bullied as children experience negative effects on their physical, emotional, and economic well-being well into middle age, almost . . .

The art of sticks and stones

October 9, 2013

Vi Le Asst. News Editor ”Bullying affects millions of young people every year. It happens everywhere: schools, sports fields, playgrounds, even in homes,” said Barry Kornhauser, a local playwright, theater arts educator and director of . . .

Bullying awareness

September 11, 2013

Diane Gallagher Assoc. Features Editor The new buzz word that seems to be flying around is bullying. You cannot go anywhere without hearing about children verbally tearing into one another, or worse, physically attacking one another. With . . .

Silencing the hate at MU

April 17, 2013

Christine Illes Features Writer Monday, April 15 was the start of Millersville University’s Silencing the Hate Week, a week dedicated to making everyone aware of hate crimes and how they can be prevented. A number . . .