Blood Moon Rising

April 9, 2015 0

Maria Rovito Managing Editor Many Millersville students might have woken up to a dazzling sight on Saturday morning—the moon turning briefly from pink to orange. Around 7:58 a.m., the moon slipped fully in to Earth’s

Lambda Chi Alpha 'hu-MANs Up'

April 9, 2015 0

Emily Hepner Features Editor When someone says “fraternity,” most likely your mind is flooded with images of stereotypical “surfer bros” or “white collar rich boys” who love to party and objectify women. While the image

Midnight Breakfast makes a delicious return

February 3, 2015 0

By Emily Hepner Who doesn’t love breakfast? Besides being recognized as the most important meal of the day, it is filled with the most variety, offering foods that are both savory and sweet in taste.

Ghost hunter investigates MU

October 28, 2014 0

Kelsey Bundra News Editor Ross Allison, the only full time ghost hunter in Pacific Northwest, came to campus on Saturday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. in SMC MPR. Students listened to his presentation about paranormal

Diwali: The five day festival of lights

October 28, 2014 0

Brigitte Bradnick Staff Writer Every autumn around late October or early November, Hindus, Sihks and Jains around the world celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights. This festival is by far the largest celebrated by these

Halloween: The history behind this spooky holiday

October 28, 2014 0

Emily Hepner Assoc. Features Editor The streets of Millersville are lined with pumpkins. Ghouls and ghosts are causing spooks from the trees they hang from and candy is in abundance at all the local grocery

Chalk oulines bring awareness to police brutality

October 28, 2014 0

Nikki Schaffer Features Editor On Monday, Oct. 27th, it is likely that you spotted the chalk drawings of outlined bodies on your walk between classes. These artistic representations could be found on side-walked areas of

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