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Women can choose to be childfree too

November 9, 2016 1

Mickayla Miller News Editor In a recent opinion article in The Snapper, Associate Opinion Editor Robert Beiler chronicled his experiences and his life aspirations and eloquently described why he did not want children when he

Have you “Phluffed” today?

March 31, 2016 0

Tina Waters Contributing Writer Have you heard of the word “Phluffing”? You might say, “what is that?’ Well, according to Cheryl Chapman, R.N., HN-BC, LMT, NCTMB, “PHLUFFING” is an acronym for, Personal Hand Lymphatic Undulation

Women's self empowerment embraced

March 26, 2015 0

Marianne Caesar Staff Writer At the end of February, the importance of self-love and worth were highlighted through peer education in terms of maintaining healthy eating habits and being supportive of those challenged by eating

'The Vagina Monologues' bring awareness to women's issues

February 17, 2015 0

Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor Millersville University’s “The Vagina Monologues” are always expected to bring laughs, tears and awareness to issues concerning women and sexuality. However, with the recent death of Millersville freshman Karlie

A (wo)man’s purrfect friend

October 9, 2013 0

Maria Rovito Assoc. Opinion Editor My Saturday evening consisted of the usual relaxation methods: curled up on my sofa watching whatever the television set had to offer. My ten-year-old Maine Coon cat, Oreo, is purring

Women in Science and Mathematics Conference held

April 17, 2010 0

The Dean of Science and Mathematics, Dr. Robert T. Smith, welcomed participants from surrounding junior and senior high schools along with the world renowned keynote speaker Dr. Rosina Bierbaum, to the 23rd Annual Glenna Hazeltine Women in Science and Mathematics Conference.

Lacrosse battles Kutztown and West Chester

April 14, 2010 0

On Wednesday, March 31 the Lady Marauders stepped into Kutztown Bear territory. This matchup was a turnaround for the Marauders. They came out on top with a win of 11-10.

This was the only game that Millersville played on natural grass. “We had difficulty making the adjustment to the grass surface but were able to come out with a victory,” head coach Barbara Waltman said.

Women's Swimming

February 18, 2010 0

The Millersville women’s swim team had an excellent performance at the East Stroudsburg Invitational on Feb 7.

“I think the team did very well and we stuck together. We knew that not all of us were swimming our best events,” senior swimmer Bre Martinez said. Despite this, the team placed in the top five in 19 events at the meet.

A Night Dedicated to Vagina's

February 18, 2010 1

To celebrate and teach about something taboo is difficult, but the Women’s Commission at Millersville University rose to the challenge with their production of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues.” A look into the vagina from the perspective of those who know it best: Women. “The Vagina Monologues,” is just that, several monologues about a women’s take on her vagina, whether it be the sexually outrageous side, or the shy embarrassed one; these women were not afraid to bear it all.

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