Millersville students fly high

November 16, 2017 0

Jared Hameloth News Editor Students from Millersville, Penn State, Rutgers, and University of Maryland-Baltimore County got to study weather patterns from the skies. From Nov. 3-18, over 100 students will use an airborne platform to

Chamique Holdsclaw visits Millersville

November 16, 2017 1

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer Chamique Holdsclaw, a basketball superstar turned mental health advocate visited Millersville and Lancaster last Thursday, Nov. 9 to advocate for mental health and social issues at the Student Memorial Center and

Names released for Identity Evropa’s vandalizers

November 14, 2017 2

Julia M. Snyder Editor-In-Chief A WordPress blog titled Raging Chicken Press released an article Oct. 27 which identified the individuals who posted Identity Evropa recruitment flyers on Millersville University and Elizabethtown College’s campuses. The article

The Mid Semester Slump

November 8, 2017 0

Julia Snyder Editor In Chief We’ve all experienced it. Each semester starts off with the best intentions; fresh notebooks, neat planners, and more pens than you could hope to use. You start off with a

Title IX: what to know at MU

October 19, 2017 0

Nora Long Staff Writer Jayme Trogus is Millersville’s current temporary Title IX coordinator. She took this position because of her background in sexual violence education and awareness. Trogus said she was interested in this position

Disability Film Festival kicks off

October 19, 2017 1

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer The Disability Film Festival has dates for movies lined up until the end of the fall semester. Though, even if you missed the prior documentaries, there are still ways to access

Pridefest

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

Women’s volleyball sees spike in wins

October 19, 2017 0

Kyle Brady Head Sports Editor Just one year removed from a 10-19 record, the women’s volleyball team has been able to kick the 2017 season into high gear. The Marauders flashed signs of promise in

Datey with Brady: Cherry Hill Orchards

October 19, 2017 0

Kyle Brady Sports Editor   As the calendar changes from September to October, something changes in the minds of all singles. A sudden urge for companionship, that has become synonymous with the arrival of the

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