The Sophomore Project

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Allie Remis Arts & Culture Editor Olivia Ober gave a lecture recital Sun., April 26, titled “A Day in the Life of a Performer.” Ober compared reading music to reading a book; both are read

“How to Be a Person”

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Allie Remis Arts & Culture Editor Samuel Kelly and Jeremy Hammer performed in a joint junior recital Sunday, April 26 at 4:30 p.m. titled: ‘How To Be A Person.’ They carried this humor and purpose

Dark Dreams Don’t Die

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Matt Daniels Staff Writer There are very few true auteurs in the video game industry, but if there’s any who has proven himself worthy of the title, it’s Hidetaka Suehiro, known better by the name

Thrills in the Machine

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Grant Pearsall Staff Writer There is something dark at the heart of all technology that we have unwittingly placed there, concealing it in a wrapping of humankind’s starry-eyed aspirations for a brighter future. Science fiction

Black Violin performs to inspire, uplift, entertain

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Marianne Caesar Features Editor Thursday, the Millersville Community time musically time travelled between both the classical and modern eras of sound with the help of musical performers Black Violin. “I think that’s what really inspires

It’s All Greek to Me

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Kim Snyder Guest Writer Within my first hour arriving in Greece, I was handed keys to my new home and a map of the city of Athens. Looking down at the map I realized it

Saudi Arabia: The Paralyzed Chicken

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Haleluya Hadero Opinion Writer While I was recently watching a Lawrence Wright documentary, the legendary Journalist described the unnatural state of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. As an American, whenever I hear news of the

Molly Carl Farewell Article

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Goodbyes suck, so I refuse to write one. Instead, I’m going to thank all of the people who have gotten me through my time at the Snapper. I started here as the weird girl sitting

Emily Hepner Farewell Article

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From the SMC to my apartment, it’s about a 15-minute walk, twenty if I’m feeling particularly sluggish. In that time, I’ve come up with about four different ways to write this farewell article and I’m

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