Student Senate recap: 4/2/15

April 7, 2015

Joseph Roehm Staff Writer The Senate meeting began at 6:32pm. The meeting started out with a presentation by a Floor Hockey group, which meets Friday nights at 7 p.m. in the SMC hockey rink. They . . .

A problematic relationship

December 3, 2014

Doug Waterman Staff Writer Recently, Student Senate has announced a new formula for allocating student organization allotments. This, while deemed beneficial to the student population, seems like nothing more than another way for students to . . .

Exploring the last frontier

November 13, 2013

Jack DeMaio Staff Writer It’s no secret that curiosity has long been the temptress of man’s appeal for exploration and the pursuit of knowledge. For centuries man has set his sights upon the night sky . . .

Big Bird caught in crossfire

October 17, 2012

Valarie Hetzler Opinion Writer It appears that Big Bird has been caught in the crossfire between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. It all began during the first presidential debate with the question of how each . . .

Dr. Clark receives funding for student run study

January 28, 2010

As of January 20, 2010, Millersville University has been funded for five more years of precipitation collection as a part of a nationwide study.

The funding for the collection comes from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) as a part of the National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NADP) and Mercury Deposition Network (MDN). . . .