Published in The Snapper the week of November 8.
In a recent opinion article posted by 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 was older.
As it turns out, he is not the only one who feels this way.Read More »
Published in the Snapper the week of October 19.
The Pennsylvania State System for Higher Education, otherwise known as PASSHE, and the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties, otherwise known as APSCUF, could not reach an agreement on their negotiations, leaving the potential strike to turn into a reality.Read More »
Published on LancasterOnline and in print (front page, dominant story) on June 30.
Sunny weather and low gas prices make for an ideal traveling situation for many Americans this Fourth of July weekend.
With 43 million travelers across the United States expected to travel this Thursday to Monday, this year’s Fourth of July weekend is slated to beat the record of 42.3 million travelers set in 2007 and 2015, according to AAA.Read More »
Published April 20, 2016.
Finals week is coming up; papers are due, an incessant amount of tests are coming up and it doesn’t seem like there’s enough time to finish everything you had planned. Of course, it’s only natural to plan out every day, making sure you allot time for studying, food and friends.Read More »
Co-written with Sam Valentin.
Published April 21, 2016.
April 13 was not just another night inside the sold out Staples Center. It was a special night, a night filled with energy and emotions. The game ended with confetti falling from the rafters while number 24 exited the building one final time after putting on one last spectacle, an encore, dropping 61 points.Read More »
Published April 28, 2016.
Millersville has always thrived on artistic passion.
This is why Nicole Lookfong decided to harness the creativity and make it into a club that is welcome to students of all majors. And thus, the Creative and Expressive Arts Club (CEAC) was made.Read More »
Published April 21, 2016.
Feeling the blues, or feeling as though you have no one to talk to? There’s a community out there waiting to help.
7Cups.com is a website created by psychologist Glen Moriarty in 2013. He created it because one night he was having a conversation with his wife about something that was bothering him. She was a great listener, and it made Glen realize how lucky he was to have someone as special as her in his life.Read More »
Published on April 7, 2016.
Eighteen women, in total, have won the Nobel Prize in the sciences. This makes up less than 3 percent of the 581 people who have been awarded the prize in sciences.
Three women and one ukulele-playing artistic director brought the story of some of these women, as well as women who were neglected in winning the Nobel Prize, to the stage. The show was called “No Belles,” and it was held in the Myers Auditorium on April 5. This is the first time that “No Belles” has been done in a university.Read More »
Published March 31, 2016.
One in five women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted on campus, according to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. The numbers are much higher for those in the LGBT community.Read More »
Originally published February 24, 2016.
The basement of Breidenstein Hall flourishes with passion, creativity and energy; this location offers solace for ceramics students and faculty. Millersville and the surrounding Lancaster area are blooming with beautiful artwork and electrifying energy that leaves visitors and residents in awe.Read More »