By Simren ShahAssociate Features Editor So much of cultural identity resides in language and names. Society has attached certain expectations to names; particularly, society has assigned assumptions of what people with certain names should look . . .
Simren Shah Associate Features Editor Change. It is something we fear, something we strive for, an inevitability of life. Millersville University has gone through changes to become the place we know it as today. Some . . .
Simren Shah Associate Features Editor Friday, the George Street Press, Millersville University’s literary magazine, hosted a blackout poetry event in the atrium at the Student Memorial Center. The event radiated a laid-back vibe. Students created . . .
Simren Shah Associate Features Editor Madison Trilling, a Millersville University student is currently working on a project called Ville Crafts for her I-Tech 492 class. The whole class has come together as a group to . . .
Simren Shah Associate Features Editor Lately the news has been filled with headlines about mass shootings, including a shooting that occurred at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Recently, an email was sent to Millersville students . . .
Simren Shah Associate Features Editor Fraternities generally have a negative reputation when it comes to sexual assault. The students in Millersville’s Acacia fraternity have taken it upon themselves to spread awareness about the importance of . . .
Simren Shah Associate Features Editor The midterm elections took place this past Tuesday and many students exercised their civic duties. Various campus groups encouraged students to vote. One of these groups was the Sunrise group . . .
Simren Shah Associate Features Editor On Friday October 26th, Millersville University hosted the annual Teenage Girls Empowerment Summit. The summit kicked off with breakfast and speakers. The speakers included Tina Wells, (CEO and founder . . .