Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor Brian MarkleyAssociate Sports Editor Millersville University ranks year after year as one of the safest universities in the state but some students still feel unsafe? Campus police are always out, whether . . .
Natalie FloryStaff Writer In the article, “Reactions to random acts of kindness,” published in the Social Science Journal on April 1, 2000, Kim Baskerville and her colleagues define random acts of kindness as, “Something that . . .
Kat VirulaNews Editor In the rolling hills just 10 minutes outside of Millersville University, there sits a picturesque 31-acre farm called Longshot Stables. This farm is where the MU Equestrian Club rides and practices throughout . . .
Chloe BarrettAssociate News Editor Within the reforested area behind the Millersville soccer fields lies a building known as the Biological Reserve also known as the Biological Preserve. Within this building students receive the materials to . . .
Natalie FloryStaff Writer For the past eighteen years, Millersville has played a part in United Way’s Day of Caring. This year was no exception. On Saturday, September 7, United Way of Lancaster County hosted the . . .
Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor Dr. Marlene Arnold, Professor of Anthropology at Millersville University, has begun her 40th academic year with the university. “I like to tell people I started at age five, but clearly that . . .
Rachel Laughlin Staff Writer This past Saturday, September 7, the Student Organization Leadership Symposium was hosted, organized, and presented by the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (CSIL.) The event marked the beginning of many club . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor John Cariani’s delightful quirky comedy, Almost Maine tells the story of ten people living in a small area of Maine, each with their own story. The play is done . . .