Now through March 6, the art gallery in the Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center will be hosting the Marcellus Shale Documentary Project Art Exhibit. The Marcellus Shale Documentary Project tells stories, through photographic images, . . .
Mike Eshleman Sports Writer Just a few short years ago in 2012, the Philadelphia 76ers battled the Boston Celtics in a playoff series that went to seven games. The 76ers fell just short, and the . . .
The stage lit up Friday and Saturday night in Dutcher Hall for Director’s Cut, a group of three student written plays. The first was called “The Magician” and was directed by Joe Eck followed by . . .
Ryan Woerner Sports Editor Jon Shehan and the Marauders aren’t particularly familiar with the concepts of “losing streaks” or “sub .500 records.” It’s not hard to see why—since the beginning of the 2013 season the . . .
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 . . .
Grant Pearsall Staff Writer The internet has changed the way we speak, think and interact. Now it is changing the way we create. Crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter have become a digital nexus of art and . . .
Matt Daniels Staff Writer The original “Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask” has become somewhat of a sacred cow over the years, oftentimes being the favorite “Legend of Zelda” game for many fans. Some would even . . .
Christine Illes Assoc. Photo Editor If you were to take the character of Edward Cullen and turn him into a billionaire and just change Bella Swan’s name to Anastasia Steele, you have the whole plot . . .
Grant Pearsall Staff Writer Midway through “Kingsman” there is an exchange over dinner between british super-super-spy Harry Hart (Colin Firth) and lisping techno-mogul villain, Richmond Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson). The lid is lifted on the . . .