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When silence proves to be golden

April 16, 2015

Emily Hepner Features Editor When it comes to combating hate, most people would suggest some kind of defense against it. “An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth” is the old saying . . .

Silence the Hate Week films: Bully

April 24, 2013

Dan Lancellotti Arts & Culture Editor “Bully” begins by showing old home movies of Tyler Long. He trots around as a toddler barely able to walk, learns how to ride a bike, and plays with . . .

Silence the Hate Week films: Temple Grandin

April 24, 2013

Dan Lancellotti Arts & Culture Editor Temple Grandin could not speak until she was 4, she was unfocused and struggled in school, she is also autistic. Grandin is now a doctor of animal science and . . .

Silencing the hate at MU

April 17, 2013

Christine Illes Features Writer Monday, April 15 was the start of Millersville University’s Silencing the Hate Week, a week dedicated to making everyone aware of hate crimes and how they can be prevented. A number . . .