Congrats Grads! Brenden Curry

April 26, 2018 0

Brenden Curry Graduate I vividly remember the first time I stepped into The Snapper office during my freshman year. I was coming off three years of journalism in high school alongside two seasons of football

Congrats Grads! Sade Palmer

April 26, 2018 0

Sade Palmer Graduate All good things do in fact come to an end, and for me, it’s a bittersweet moment that my time at The Snapper is approaching its finale. With my time here, I’ve

Congrats, Grads! Kyle Brady

April 26, 2018 0

Kyle Brady Graduate During the spring semester of my sophomore year, I made the decision to become a sports journalism major. All of the faculty and advisors told me that I should join the Snapper

Rotten Roommates?

April 25, 2018 0

Sarah Rettig Staff Writer Dealing with difficult people is a skill most adapt to by the end of college; living with them is another story. Home is supposed to be a restful place, safe and

“March For Our Lives” Students Spark Hope

March 29, 2018 0

Julia Walters Staff Writer “Welcome to the revolution.” This is one of the first phrases I heard by student speaker Cameron Kasky while attending the March For Our Lives rally in Washington D.C. this past

Succeeding with disabilities

October 19, 2016 0

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor Going to college is tough, but what about those with disabilities? Those that go have pressure on them that is hard to overcome. How does one with a disability navigate college?

College Football: Week of 9/24

October 4, 2016 0

Mike Saladino Staff Writer As Week 5 of the College Football season is approaching, this will be the most important week of the season so far. With three games this weekend including matchups with top

APSCUF strike date finalized

September 30, 2016 0

Mickayla Miller News Editor Eden Hirtzel, an English major attending Millersville, knows that if the teacher’s union goes on strike, that it will mean a massive hindrance to the education of students across the entirety

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