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 While many may have found solace in the long homecoming weekend caused by the historical teacher’s union strike, many faculty and students took this time to show their solidarity and pride . . .
Allie Remis Editor-in-Chief APSCUF and PASSHE announced at 4 p.m. on Friday that they had reached a tentative agreement ending APSCUF’s three-day strike. The contract is a three year deal that would end at June . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor Biology major Christine Lien wanted nothing more to be back in the classroom, she said. But instead, she rallied alongside the professors and other students to make a statement to the . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor The strike is on day two—a landmark in which many people thought it would not reach. APSCUF, the teacher’s union who is coordinating the strike, have been protesting outside of their . . .
Rebecca Stahl Staff Writer The state system and the union faculty failed to reach an agreement surrounding a new contract, and so Millersville began to strike October 19. The support for the college was shown when big crowds . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor The Pennsylvania State System for Higher Education, otherwise known as PASSHE, and the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties, otherwise known as APSCUF, could not reach an agreement on . . .
Allison Remis Editor-In-Chief APSCUF announced the beginning of the strike on their Facebook page shortly after 5am. Both university faculty and student volunteers formed picket lines across Millersville’s campus and the other thirteen PASSHE campuses . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor Eden Hirtzel, an English major attending Millersville, knows that if the teacher’s union goes on strike, that it will mean a massive hindrance to the education of students across the entirety . . .
Allie Remis Editor-in-Chief The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties’ (APSCUF) legislative assembly voted to put off a job-action vote that could mean a PASSHE-wide strike.Negotiations between faculty and the State System so . . .