Brenden Curry Graduate I vividly remember the first time I stepped into The Snapper office during my freshman year. I was coming off three years of journalism in high school alongside two seasons of football . . .
By Christine Illes Since I joined the Snapper as a freshman, I had always looked up to the seniors. I remember watching them each year at our banquet, celebrating their upcoming graduation with shots and . . .
N’Dea Gavin Contributing Writer The traditional four or more years of hard work and dedication is finally paying off for the upcoming graduating class of 2016. With just a little more than three weeks until . . .
Marianne Caesar Features Editor To the soon-to-be-graduates scrambling with their final semester of coursework, here is a thought: it is okay to be scrambling! As the semester winds down, there are only 36 days (no . . .
Emily Hepner Staff Writer The end is near… for Millersville graduates of 2015. The upcoming week and a half is mixed with feelings of melancholy and relief as the life that they’ve known for the . . .
Ryan Woerner Sports Editor “Growing up, I always wanted to be a professional athlete,” said Marauders inside linebacker Reggie Slaton. “I had the occasional thought of maybe being a cop or firefighter but the infatuation . . .
Christian Harding Assoc. Opinion Editor As I approach the final stretch of my four-year-long educational experience here at Millersville University, I’m starting to be reminded of all the changes that have taken place during the . . .
Danielle Kreider News Editor Much controversy has erupted since the announcement of Gov. Tom Corbett as the MU spring 2013 commencement speaker. The opposition of this announcement stems from all aspects of the spectrum including, . . .
Cat Ardes Staff Writer As graduation approaches, seniors anticipate walking to the stage and grabbing that much-deserved diploma that symbolizes the hard work they’ve put in to receive it. Everyone knows that every year there . . .