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The adult coloring book craze: Not art therapy

February 9, 2016

Anastasia Muncie Staff Writer Before the semester began, my mother gave me a parting gift of two adult coloring books and an artist set of 36 colored pencils. She remembered saying how stressed out I . . .

Jonas gives MU a snow day

February 9, 2016

Sam Valentin Sports Editor Last weekend the Northeast was blanketed with some white fluffy goodness from the sky. Well it was a tad more than a blanket. Jonas brought along around 30 inches of snow . . .

City living: a week in the big apple

February 9, 2016

Marie Mosca Opinion Editor This winter I had the wonderful opportunity to enroll in a winter class that involved studying in New York City for an entire week. We had some preparatory work before leaving . . .

Going to class at MU

November 13, 2015

Marie Mosca Opinion Editor I thought it was time that I talked about an issue at Millersville that most students can relate to: going to class. Most professors and/or departments have their own specific attendance . . .

Tove Lo Queen of the Clouds tour

November 13, 2015

Amanda Lyles Staff Writer Back in August, I begged my mom to buy me tickets to see Tove Lo in concert at the Fillmore in Philadelphia. She logged on to Ticket Master to buy them . . .

I can’t be a n*****: A social commentary

November 13, 2015

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 . . .

Missing my other families

November 13, 2015

Kelsey Bundra Editor-in-Chief Maria and Geronimo were the typical Spanish couple, impassioned by their emotions but resolving and fading into a slump on the couch in front of the TV every night. These were my . . .

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