Taylor Cole Arts & Culture Editor With the results of the election, many people, especially those in minority groups, worry about their rights being stripped away from them. They’re scared that harassment, inequality, and injustice . . .
Peyton Powell Staff Writer Studying abroad is one thing that is on many student’s buckets lists to do before they graduate college. However, some students feel that because of their major, such as those in . . .
Nora Long Staff Writer Dr. Ashley Miller not only teaches at Millersville, but at West Chester University and Temple University. She has experience in many different areas of teaching, including teaching special education to students . . .
Liel Pollock Staff Writer Trump’s election last Tuesday brought a fervor of emotions from citizens all across the country. Loud, sometimes violent, protests have been staged against Trump in major cities asking for the electoral . . .
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 . . .
Lexie Corner Staff Writer Within the cataclysmic storm of this year’s presidential election, from Trump’s lewd comments of women to the leaked e-mails of Clinton’s campaign thanks to WikiLeaks, the continuing struggle of the Sioux tribe against . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor In December 2015, many starry-eyed and hopeful people met in Paris to discuss a revolutionary way to change the world and halt the effects of greenhouse emissions on climate change. Nearly . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor After the short-lived faculty strike that occurred in mid-October, things have seemed relatively normal —with the exception of some extra assignments. These assignments have left students to wonder: Why do we . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor Over the past year, a businessman with few ties to anything political competed with an ex-senator with a looming email crisis on her hands to become the next president of the . . .