Mickayla Miller News Editor A new trend in gaming has been a very narrative-driven approach; people either absolutely adore it, or they find the lack of substantive gameplay rather boring. While some video games tell . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor Last Thursday, April 6, the Student Senate meeting held in the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (CSIL) Circle started with an uncomfortable shuffle of chairs and a solemn tone. Senate . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor Student Senate President Justin Pierre has resigned as of Thursday, April 6. The resignation was made official at the weekly meeting, held in the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (CSIL). . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor “When a man is so willing to throw other marginalized communities (like communities of color or disabled people, or refugees) under the bus, I think it’s foolish to believe that he’d . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor In Lancaster County, for every 1000 students there are at least 24 of them who are currently homeless, according to a study conducted by PennLive in 2016. Despite homelessness being a . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor One of the promises that President Trump made before his inauguration was his plan to take the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement. This worldwide treaty, signed and accepted . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor In 2015, the murder of Karlie Hall left many feeling as though they were in the middle of a nightmare from which they would never awaken. Millersville University, a school long . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor Every year, Millersville holds a friendly competition that’s fueled by student nominations. The Educator of the Year award seeks to reward the University’s professors who are putting themselves out there every . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor Stand out and go big. These words were ingrained into 2010 alumni Richard Curtis’s mindset when he attended Millersville. Six years later, he had an opportunity to show the world just . . .