Jess King comes to campus

October 3, 2018 0

Nick HughesOpinion Editor Jess King held a rally at Millersville University on Sept. 26 last week. At the rally she touched on subjects of interest for college students. Caleb Nauman, a Millersville student, described the

Voter Vans take students to nearby polls

December 16, 2016 0

Sarah Tyler Staff Writer Students can assure their voice is heard in this upcoming election by voting at the polls using the free Millersville Voter Van hosted by the Office for Civic and Community Engagement

Students silently stand against Trump

November 16, 2016 0

Liel Pollock Staff Writer Trump’s election last Tuesday brought a fervor of emotions from citizens all across the country. Loud, sometimes violent, protests have been staged against Trump in major cities asking for the electoral

Hillary and misogynist reasonings

September 16, 2016 0

By: Mickayla Miller I will be the first to outright admit that I’m a raging, yet respectful, feminist — but you couldn’t pay me to vote for Hillary Clinton this November. It’s strange to see

Get to know your Student Senate candidates

February 19, 2015 0

Alex Geli Editor-in-Chief It’s that time of year again. Student Senate elections are now open and will remain open online through Get Involved for the rest of the week. The final polling stations will be

Unheard voice

November 28, 2012 0

Cat Ardes Staff Writer As you all know, on November 6 people around the country gathered at the polls to vote for the next president. Excitement and anticipation was built up throughout the day which

Election blues

October 17, 2012 0

Cat Ardes Opinion Writer With the presidential election just a little over two weeks away we can see that each candidate is squeezing in every bit of campaigning strategy while they can. We are constantly

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