LGBTQIA+ Town Hall opens dialogue for inclusion

April 26, 2019 0

Josh RittbergArts and Culture Editor Editor’s note: this article was originally published with inaccurate information regarding the purposed “LGBTQIA+ Center.” The original article’s second paragraph began with: “One exciting innovation that was announced on campus


October 19, 2017 0

Mickayla Miller News Editor Despite the fact that it was dreary and rainy, the pride of Millersville students and the surrounding community members was enough to keep the campus adorned with rainbow flags of all

Recent YouTube restrictions affect LGBT videos

March 31, 2017 0

Mickayla Miller News Editor Recently, YouTube has been making a lot of changes to make sure that the content they’re providing is the content that users want to see. This is a progressive kind of

Third-Annual Pride Fest hoists colors of rainbow

October 19, 2016 0

Michael Brockett Business Manager As students returned to campus after fall break, they were welcomed back with a tradition that is relatively new here at Millersville University. For the third year, the Center for Student Involvement and

Show your pride: Pride Fest to take place at MU

October 19, 2016 0

Michael Brockett Business Manager On Friday, October 14th, Millersville University will host its third annual Pride Fest. This is a day where the LGBTQIAP community can come together to celebrate the strides the world has

MU's first PrideFest: celebrate queer life

November 18, 2014 0

Eden Hirtzel Contributing Writer First, a forenote: please note that instead of using the acronym “LGBTQIAP+,” in the interest of space, inclusivity, and comprehension, I’ll be using the word “queer.” This word has a history

Silencing the hate at MU

April 17, 2013 0

Christine Illes Features Writer Monday, April 15 was the start of Millersville University’s Silencing the Hate Week, a week dedicated to making everyone aware of hate crimes and how they can be prevented. A number

The Not-So-Straight-Story: Gay in America

February 8, 2010 2

Life as an open homosexual has changed drastically over the decades. It was not long ago that an open homosexual would be persecuted and harassed regardless of where he or she resided. Being thankful for the age I have grown up in, there is still far to go and it has become a slow process.