Tattoos and piercings in the work place

October 24, 2012 0

Erica Maxwell Features Writer Everywhere you look in this day in age you see people with some sort of body art: tattoos, piercings, or both. Tattoos have become a way in which many express themselves.

Help spread some warmth this season

October 24, 2012 0

Aaron Sanders Opinion Writer Dr. Farkas’ Reading & Writing For Civic Engagement Class (ENGL 342) and Volunteer Central are having a campuswide class project: students in the course will collect clothing for the Water Street

It’s all in the studying

October 24, 2012 0

Marissa Incitti Features Editor Ever study for a test for hours and get a lower grade than the person who skimmed their notes just before the test? It’s not you; it’s how you’re studying. According

Say “yes” to breakfast

October 24, 2012 0

Julie Raffensperger Associate Features Editor Remember the early morning routine in elementary school? You had cereal and toast or a hot plate of eggs and bacon waiting for you on the table. At the very

Resident Assistants and programming

October 24, 2012 0

Olivia Synoracki Arts & Cultures Writer Life as a Residents Assistant is a busy one. Besides everyday classes and homework, RAs have a duty to manage the lobby and halls each night while enforcing university

The birth of tradition: homecoming

October 17, 2012 0

Anne Shaffer Assistant Features Editor Each year, a great many high schools, colleges, and universities across the United States take part in an old tradition: the homecoming celebration. Defined by Dictionary.com as “an annual event

Jason’s Woods honors Halloween spirit

October 17, 2012 0

Zach Staab Nat. & World News Editor Freshly carved jack-olanterns, sickeningly sweet candy corn, smooth and delicious apple cider, and never-ending corn mazes are abundant this time of year. Grocery stores are stocking up on

The downfalls of misusing social media

October 17, 2012 0

Danielle Weaver Features Writer In 2008, MU student Stacy Snyder was about to graduate with a teaching degree when she discovered that Millersville was withholding her teaching credential. Because of a picture posted to her

Napping is justified

October 17, 2012 0

Kayla Forgrave Features Writer The National Sleep Foundation says that most people generally need between seven and nine hours of sleep on any given night. Seniors Lindsay Wilson, Erin Kerchner, Allison Casola, and Jordan Ott

Ways to overcome the rainy day blues

October 17, 2012 0

Hayley Addesa Features Writer Rainy days are not uncommon at Millersville. They are so normal that students simply cannot avoid them. Unfortunately, with a change of seasons we face the new challenge of overcoming rain

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