Mickayla Miller News Editor Eden Hirtzel, an English major attending Millersville, knows that if the teacher’s union goes on strike, that it will mean a massive hindrance to the education of students across the entirety . . .
Aaron Jaffe Contributing Writer The first presidential debate of 2016 is now in the bag. It was packed with topics that the public had been yearning for and the candidates did not disappoint, even . . .
Michael Brockett Business Manager Monday afternoon, if anyone was walking past the Club D’Ville, they may have heard singing and saw people wearing pink marauder hats. This group of pink-clad people was part of the . . .
Lexi Ganas Staff Writer In 2013, former CIA agent Edward Snowden was revealed to be the source of leaked government files. Director Oliver Stone’s newest film “Snowden” is based on events surrounding this indent. “Snowden” . . .
Grant Pearsall Staff Writer The suspense genre is a tricky one– residing in the nebulous overlap between thriller and horror, these films liberally appropriate tropes from either side with abandon. The resulting product can . . .
Josh Rittberg Staff Writer The Fulton Theater’s production of “Billy Elliot” opened on Thursday September 21. By all appearances the production had an incredible opening night. During another viewing the following evening, even the theater’s . . .
Taylor Cole Arts & Culture Editor This past Saturday, Ville After Dark brought a special group like no other to perform for parents and students during Parent & Family Weekend. Filharmonic took the Multi-Purpose Room . . .
Casey Sullivan Staff Writer Last Friday, September 23, the Millersville campus was visited by some talent– “America’s Got Talent” to be exact. Sponsored by the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (CSIL) and Ville after . . .