Brian MarkleyAssociate Sports Editor Millersville’s One Day Give is a day of generous giving back to the university from students, alumni, faculty, parents and friends of Millersville University. This year’s One Day Give took place . . .
Rachel Laughlin Associate Arts & Culture Editor Millersville University hosted the 13th annual Science Olympiad this past Saturday, February 29th. Coordinated by two professors in the chemistry department, Dr. Kathryn Allen and Dr. Daniel Albert, . . .
Chloe Barrett Associate News Editor According to MU Blogs, Dr. Carrie Smith, associate sociology professor at Millersville was elected Borough President. Smith began her campaign within the summer of 2019, she was elected to the . . .
Kat Virula News Editor Huong So, age 24, passed away on Feb. 18th. She was a sophomore business administration major from Philadelphia, where her parents still reside. Ms. So attended Horace Howard Furness High School . . .
Sydney ClarkFeatures Editor Every four years, the Walker Center for Civic Responsibility and Leadership hosts an event to celebrate Super Tuesday, which falls on March 3 in 2020. This carnival themed viewing party will be . . .
Jake Markoff Staff Writer When people think of Lancaster County, a bucolic picture with ideals of clean living likely sweeps their minds. However, in actuality, we have the lowest air quality in Pennsylvania. Particulate matter . . .
Chloe Barrett Associate News Editor According to Millersville News, Millersville students within the Master of Social Work, or the Doctor of Nursing Practice will receive eighty-four, $10,000 scholarships to help with their schooling and combating . . .
Kat Virula News Editor On Jan. 16, 2020, Millersville University shared it’s $1 million grant to 36 colleges and universities to combat sexual assault, thanks to the “It’s On Us” initiative. Millersville’s portion of the . . .
Rachel Laughlin Associate Arts and Culture Editor Following the successes of Pride Week and Pride fest earlier this semester, the Gender and Sexuality Alliance confronted a negative aspect of the spectrum: the increased risk of . . .