Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer The Counseling Center of Millersville University at Lyle Hall has a new form of therapy open to all students, Peer Support Group. The new group therapy was created in February of . . .
Nick Hughes Opinion Editor The autism spectrum features many levels. One such level used to be categorized as Asperger’s. Asperger’s originally defined as by the DSM-IV a, “Qualitative impairment in social interaction, as manifested by . . .
Carl E Schulz Staff Writer In the wake of a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, which left 17 students and staff dead, Americans once again began the cyclical routine we . . .
Casey Saussaman Staff Writer Torn ACLs, broken fingers, and aching joints are all reasons players are put on the disabled list. In the major leagues, press releases are written about injured athletes. In college and . . .
Sabrina Rodriguez Staff Writer Everyone knows that your physical well-being is important, right? Fall is here, and winter is fast approaching and that can only mean one thing: flu season. If you’re anything like me, . . .
Molly Carl Head Copy Editor “It gets better.” I repeated these words to myself, cloaked with bitter irony as, two years ago on April 19, 2013, I swallowed a handful of Ativan and ibuprofen, wrote . . .
Kelsey Bundra News Editor I am a self-proclaimed awkward person; I often make jokes at my own expense about it. Still, there is weight behind my words. Being ‘awkward’ is a manifestation of my social . . .
Christine Illes Associate Photo Editor Since the tragic death of Robin Williams, it seems the topic of suicide has been in the news quite often. This month has not seen that change. This past Wednesday, . . .
Maria Rovito Managing Editor On August 11, 2014, suicide took the life of one of the world’s great comedic legends, Robin Williams. Humorous and entertaining, Williams was able to touch the lives of many through . . .