New Additions Coming to the Star Wars Universe

November 15, 2017 0

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor On November ninth the world was shocked when Lucasfilm released the following statement on their website, StarWars.com, “Lucasfilm is excited to announce that [Rian] Johnson will create a brand- new Star Wars trilogy,

Winter Weather Safety for the 2017 Season

November 9, 2017 0

Adam Roser Graduate Assistant, Center for Disaster Research and Education As the days become shorter and cold temperatures start to greet us on our way out the door, there is only one thing on our

Millersville Parade Showcases the Community

October 19, 2017 0

Zoe Berrier Associate Features Editor    October 14th, a crisp, early fall morning and people of the town of Millersville are already beginning to line up for the annual community parade even before 8:30 am.

Star Wars: A transitional Story for all ages

October 19, 2017 0

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor There are few things people have almost globally heard of. This is more prevalent in pop culture than in other types of topics. One topic that people identify when they think

Datey with Brady: Cherry Hill Orchards

October 19, 2017 0

Kyle Brady Sports Editor   As the calendar changes from September to October, something changes in the minds of all singles. A sudden urge for companionship, that has become synonymous with the arrival of the

Feeling blue? There’s something to do

October 19, 2017 0

Dr. Kelsey Backels Guest Writer    If you’re feeling depressed or know someone who is, there is a myriad of help available to you on Millersville University’s campus. One way for students to get help

Sister Souljah Brings Wisdom to MU

October 19, 2017 0

Sade Palmer Features Editor   She is a well-known activist, author, recording artist and film producer with much wisdom. She is Sister Souljah. Known for her perceptions on education, racism and poverty, she graced the

Millersville students take their compassion to the streets

April 9, 2015 0

Marianne Caesar Features Writer The Millersville community can go “Into the Streets” Apr. 18, 2015 to participate in the campus-wide day of service as volunteers. Open to students, staff, faculty and organizations, volunteers will participate

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