Hayley Addessa Features Writer It is no surprise that with winter comes illness, not to mention that living on campus and stress heighten the chance of coming down with a cold or worse, the flu. . . .
Danielle Kreider News Editor It’s that time of year again, the flu season has arrived. Millersville University students and community members should be aware of the signs of the flu and also take precautions to . . .
Diane Gallagher Features Writer Flu season generally stretches from October through May and it normally peaks in February; however, the 2013 flu season has been unusually severe in the United States. Influenza, or the flu, . . .
Nicole Schaffer Features Writer After indulging in your grandmother’s homemade apple pie and other fattening sweets over the holiday break, the feeling of being weighed down and sluggish is all too common. To recover from . . .
Ali Chiavetta Features Writer Though New Year’s resolutions are often abandoned within the first month or two, living a healthy lifestyle is a resolution that can be carried out for the rest of your life. . . .
Vi Le News Writer On Wednesday December 19, 2012, a new breast cancer awareness center at Millersville University’s Main Campus was named, and Dr. Richard Frerichs was awarded with the President’s Medallion at the Council . . .
Kayla Forgrave Features Writer “Make it worth something, kid.” These are words of wisdom Rosie O’Donnell gave in one of her interviews referring to her heart attack. O’Donnell had suffered a prolonged heart attack, failing . . .
Julie Raffensperger Associate Features Editor Sneezing, sniffling, fever, chills. With the changing of the seasons, many people are subject to Mother Nature’s cruel joke. Even worse, these symptoms seem to hit just when you are . . .
Brandon Lesko Assist. Opinion Editor As I was sitting down to write my article this week, I had intended on discussing the differences between American and Canadian cultures. As I was about one paragraph into . . .