Students spooked by hypnotist

October 24, 2016 0

Taylor Cole Arts and Culture Editor It’s not even Halloween yet and some spooky stuff is already happening here at Millersville during Homecoming week. This past Monday Oct 17, famous hypnotist, with an uncanny resemblance

Students anticipate Superfest

April 21, 2016 0

Marianne Caesar Staff Writer When the last four weeks of the semester finally arrive, there seems to be an immediate rush to work on last minute projects and stress levels increase. One exciting way to

Mr. Millersville wows crowd

April 7, 2015 0

Mickayla Miller Associate Copy Editor Spring is in the air and, with it, the spirit of Millersville begins to shine through, despite nearing the end of the semester. It’s the time to make amends, start

Midnight Breakfast makes a delicious return

February 3, 2015 0

By Emily Hepner Who doesn’t love breakfast? Besides being recognized as the most important meal of the day, it is filled with the most variety, offering foods that are both savory and sweet in taste.

UAB website wins award

December 3, 2014 0

Kelsey Bundra News Editor While at the National Association for Campus Activity regional conference, Millersville’s University Activities Board website was named No. 1 programming website in the northeast. The regional conference took place in Hartford,

Glow dome party lights up the night

October 22, 2014 0

Kelsey Bundra News Editor Glow dome party was a free event sponsored by the University Activities Board as a part of homecoming festivities. It took place Thursday, Oct. 16 from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m.

UAB in the big city

April 9, 2014 0

Christine Illes Associate Photo Editor This past Saturday, the Milersville University Activities Board (UAB) sponsored another trip for students, this time to New York City. The cost was only $5 and bus transportation was provided.

A day in D.C. with UAB

March 12, 2014 0

Kelsey Bundra Associate Features Editor This past Saturday, the Millersville University Activities Board (UAB) sponsored a day trip to Washington D.C. Students were free to tour the city from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. The

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