BLACKOUT: MILLERSVILLE FIGHTS POWER OUTAGES

September 12, 2018 0

Abigail RisserStaff Writer September rolled in bringing a heat wave, peaking in the upper 90s through Labor Day weekend. Students may have noticed classrooms and dorm rooms felt hotter than usual within this period due

President Wubah’s first State of the University

September 12, 2018 0

Jared HamelothNews Editor Dr. Daniel Wubah gave his first State of the University Address on Friday Sept. 7. Surrounded by faculty and staff in Clair Performance Hall, Wubah began by thanking the the audience, but

Protests, performances and pride

April 20, 2018 0

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer On Monday, April 16, Millersville University hosted Disability Pride Day. It was the climax to the Disability Film Fest, albeit a slight misnomer as the day was not a marathon of

Students shine at Made in Millersville

April 19, 2018 0

Jared Hameloth News Editor The McNairy Library tolerated more noise than usual on Tuesday, with hundreds of students, faculty, and members of the public bustling around in the lobby and other floors for the Made

Bryon Hurt holds presentation on toxic masculinity

April 16, 2018 1

Kaylee Rex Arts and Culture Editor Documentary filmmaker, Bryon Hurt, came to Millersville this week to facilitate an important conversation about toxic masculinity with our students. The SMC Multipurpose Room was filled mostly with Greek

April is Autism Awareness Month

March 29, 2018 0

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor April is Autism Awareness Month. On April 2 this year, the world will be celebrating Autism Awareness Day. What exactly is autism though? How does someone know if they have it

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