Jared Hameloth News Editor Just after 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 1, a “timely warning” notice was sent out to the Millersville University community outlining that a hate crime had been committed in Gordinier Hall. . . .
Julia Walters Associate News Editor Tragedy struck the city of Pittsburgh on Saturday morning when a neo-Nazi gunman opened fire in the Tree of Life synagogue. The synagogue is Pittsburgh’s oldest Jewish congregation in the . . .
Mickayla Miller Editor in Chief Being that Millersville University is a microcosm of a larger society, the students here experience both the good and bad aspects of society: everything from a sense of community to . . .
Maria Glotfelter Features Editor In the local Millersville and Lancaster community, numerous events have been held celebrating the Civil Rights Movement and African American success in the Arts. On February 10th, the Ware Center hosted . . .
Christian Copeland Staff Writer The picture you see should leave you dumbstruck. It shows how discrimination is still relevant in America today. The photo of the pavilion beside the pond on our beloved campus was . . .
Marie Mosca Opinion Writer Being a curious person, I downloaded the app “Yik Yak” after overhearing somebody talk about using it in one of my classes. At first, it seemed like a safe, useful space . . .
Theodore R. Griffiths Staff Writer When I think of the word conservative, I immediately think of a person with a firm hold on their traditions that is averse to change (most likely because that is . . .
I wanted to write and address the article written in “The Snapper” Thursday September 24, 2009. The article, “Segregation at MU,” addressed what the author believed to be racism at Millersville University. She stated that . . .