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Power nap like a professional

April 8, 2015

Marie Mosca Opinion Writer It is no secret that lack of sleep is a huge issue on campus. Most students get only about six hours of sleep a night if they are lucky. Adults require . . .

Compassion is the best medication

February 24, 2015

Maria Rovito Managing Editor It’s no secret that there is a stigma surrounding mental illnesses. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, only about 25 percent of people with psychological issues feel that . . .

A healthy reminder

February 17, 2015

Marie Mosca Opinion Writer It’s that time of year again: sniffle season. With winter having no clear end in sight, students have to take precautions to avoid getting sick. It may sound silly, but it . . .

The benefits of exercise beyond weight loss

October 8, 2014

Brigitte Bradnick Features Writer Exercise has a multitude of benefits that go further than shedding pounds and sculpting muscles. Physical activity promotes optimal brain function, allows for healthy sleep patterns, improves mood, boosts energy, and . . .

Active Minds are the healthiest

April 2, 2014

Kelsey Bundra Associate Features Editor Want to participate in a club looking to make a change in the Millersville University community? Active Minds is an organization hoping to cement their status as an advocacy group . . .

Get to know MU Health Services

November 20, 2013

Catherine Hogue Features Writer For Millersville students, part-time or full-time, medical services are offered free of charge right on campus at the Health Services building, which is located on George Street between the Chryst and . . .

A small break can make a big difference

September 25, 2013

Angie Nava Features Writer Welcome to college; a land where classes assign plenty of essays, textbook readings and tests which can make or break students. Along with academics, many students participate in sports, organizations, and . . .

Skip the gym, not the fitness

September 18, 2013

Ali Chiavetta Features Writer The “Freshman 15” is a phrase known by college students across the country, referring to the weight that many freshmen gain during their first semester away from home. Instead of letting . . .

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