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Breast-a-Ville combines fun and education

October 21, 2016

Maria Glotfelter Features Editor Cancer affects the lives of countless people. You would be hard-pressed to find a single person who did not have a family member, friend, or at least an acquaintance who was . . .

Second-annual PrideFest offers education, testing

October 15, 2015

Julia Snyder Associate News Editor PrideFest, the dream of alumni Shaq Glover, has developed into a much-anticipated annual event at Millersville University. The event was designed to celebrate the diversity found in the MU community . . .

Find your Study Buddy

April 23, 2014

Jean Georges Features Writer When area youngsters need special help with their schoolwork outside of school, who can they call? Study Buddies. That’s right, the Study Buddies team, a group of Millersville education majors, provides . . .

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 . . .

Life after Millersville: Louise Imm-Cooper

April 2, 2014

Julia Scheib News Editor Louise Imm-Cooper graduated from Millersville in January of 1964, soon after the school was incorporated into the state system. She majored in education with a focus in social studies and minored . . .

Sherjan discusses education

November 13, 2013

Vi Le Asst. News Editor Kelsey Bundra Features Writer In 2009 Malala Yousafzai, who was then 11-years-old, spoke openly about her devotion to learning in Pakistan where the Taliban prohibited girls from being educated. A . . .

The color of teaching

September 18, 2013

Samantha Dutton Opinion Editor When considering the career path you are going to follow, you might find yourself asking, “Why teach?” Forest E. Witcraft responds to this question with, “One hundred years from now it . . .

Back to school and into the classroom

September 11, 2013

Catherine Hogue Features Writer Once August rolls around, a collective groan can be heard from students across the country that can only mean one thing: the start of school is almost upon us. Students ranging . . .

Florida horror school

September 11, 2013

Samantha Dutton Opinion Editor In the early 1900’s up until 2011 families have been sending their sons to the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Florida. One might assume that this school was like . . .

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