Brooke Stephens Staff Writer Friday night in the Pucillo Gymnasium, the Lady Marauders volleyball team beat the Cheyney Wolves in a 3-0 sweep. The Marauders have not lost a set to the Wolves since 1990, . . .
Ryan Woerner Staff Writer On Saturday, the Millersville women’s swim team traveled to Mansfield for their first dual meet of the season, hoping to return with a perfect 1-0 record to kick off the season. . . .
Alex Geli Staff Writer So much for the “sweetest place on earth”… The Hershey Links golf course did not fare well for Millersville’s lady golfers at the PSAC Championships, the final and most crucial event . . .
Dan Lancellotti Assoc. Arts and Culture Editor The NFL would not allow replacement referees to give interviews, but now that the lockout has been lifted, Jim Winterberg is speaking out. Winterberg’s crew was considered the . . .
Christian Harding Staff Writer During the annual rush of horror fans flocking to theaters in the hopes of getting the crap scared out of them, there tends to be a relatively large assortment of hidden . . .
Alex Brubaker Staff Writer Possibly the most daunting task for film critics nationwide these past few weeks has been a proper critique of Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film “The Master.” How do you judge a . . .
Katie Pryor Staff Writer “We do not need magic to transform our world. We carry all the power we need inside ourselves already. We have the power to imagine better.” “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling . . .
Rose Chiango Staff Writer Tim Mooney put on a one-man show where he masquerades as different characters from Molière’s plays. Molière, who was a French playwright from the 1600s, has had his plays translated by . . .
Luke Helker Staff Writer Last Saturday night, the Chameleon Club welcomed Streetlight Manifesto into Lancaster with open arms. Now I’ve been to the Chameleon Club a lot and have seen some pretty big name bands . . .