Mike Eshleman Staff Writer The Millersville men’s soccer team was able to pick up a great win Saturday, Oct. 25 against Lock Haven, aided by important goals from seniors Jordan Brubaker and Ben Johnston to . . .
Brenden Curry Staff Writer Over the weekend, the Millersville women’s volleyball team managed to defeat Cheney in three sets. They subsequently lost valiantly to West Chester 3-1 in four sets. The win on Friday night . . .
Richard Schulz Staff Writer Millersville’s women’s soccer team fought against Lock Haven on Saturday at Pucillo Field and took away a win in the end for the 200 fans in attendance. The match started grim . . .
Alaysia B. Smith Staff Writer The Haunted House This is practically a giveaway. The haunted house genre takes our most inner fears and turns them into reality. Films that center on a haunted house keep . . .
Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor October may be quickly coming to a close, but Millersville’s Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center and the Ware Center in Downtown Lancaster continue to bring a diverse array . . .
Brigitte Bradnick Staff Writer Every autumn around late October or early November, Hindus, Sihks and Jains around the world celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights. This festival is by far the largest celebrated by these . . .
Derek Klann Staff Writer Welcome to a time of knights, lords, queens and serfs. Festivals, acts of valor, food, drink and merriment abound. Chivalry is at its height, except among the peasants, and King Henry . . .
Emily Hepner Assoc. Features Editor The streets of Millersville are lined with pumpkins. Ghouls and ghosts are causing spooks from the trees they hang from and candy is in abundance at all the local grocery . . .