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HerCarnival event celebrates women

April 4, 2019

Carly O’Neill Associate News Editor HerCampus hosted their first ever HerCarnival event, which took place on Friday, March 29 from 5-7 p.m. in the SMC Reighard Multipurpose room. The carnival was an educational, fun, and . . .

Declan: Millersville’s therapy dog in training

March 27, 2019

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer Millersville University has had a host of therapy dogs coming to its Counseling Center in Lyle Hall. This has continued this semester on Thursday mornings, with new dogs coming to campus. . . .

Collaging with George Street Press!

March 6, 2019

Julia Walters Features Editor If any student needs a creative outlet to let off some steam or just to forget about the stress of classes and jobs for a short time, the artistic events hosted . . .

Professors provide perspectives on campus change

February 27, 2019

Simren Shah Associate Features Editor  Change. It is something we fear, something we strive for, an inevitability of life. Millersville University has gone through changes to become the place we know it as today. Some . . .

Students enjoy snow days

February 27, 2019

Bridget K. Murray Staff Writer As we near the end of February and make our way towards Spring, it is safe to say that this winter has been anything but mild. With five snow days . . .

Marauder spotlight: Cole Vohs

February 20, 2019

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor Cole Vohs, a computer science major, plans on becoming a software developer after he graduates in Fall 2020. He is currently a junior. Vohs also plays Magic the gathering and was, . . .

George Street Press hosts blackout poetry event

February 20, 2019

Simren Shah Associate Features Editor Friday, the George Street Press, Millersville University’s literary magazine, hosted a blackout poetry event in the atrium at the Student Memorial Center. The event radiated a laid-back vibe. Students created . . .

Ville crafts: a student-run business project

December 6, 2018

Simren Shah Associate Features Editor Madison Trilling, a Millersville University student is currently working on a project called Ville Crafts for her I-Tech 492 class. The whole class has come together as a group to . . .

Phi Delta Theta: breaking down stereotypes

December 6, 2018

Julia Walters Features Editor Greek life on college campuses has been under fire with extremely negative connotations for awhile. While the scandals that have been associated with Greek life are completely unacceptable, it’s also important . . .

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