‘Cars 3’ races past predecessor

August 1, 2017 0

Colin Vandenberg Staff Writer    In its 22-year history, Pixar Animation has made a name for itself as a studio that makes movies that parents can enjoy just as much as their kids—with one notable

Millersville trails disrupt binge watching

August 1, 2017 1

Melissa Glickman Guest Writer   What’s the one thing that makes Millersville University so special? Maybe the swans, the pond and the people make it a special place. Whatever you think it is, sometimes it

“Newsies” seizes the stage at The Fulton Theatre

June 29, 2017 0

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer Disney’s Newsies is making its Pennsylvania premiere at The Fulton Theatre, and delivering audiences a thrilling night at the theatre. This crowd-pleasing musical, inspired by the 1992 Disney film of the

McCormick drafted by Houston Astros in 21st round

June 18, 2017 0

Kyle Brady Sports Editor Millersville’s own Chas McCormick was selected 631st overall, by the Houston Astros, in the MLB Draft that took place June 12-14. McCormick displayed his offensive talent by setting multiple records in

Guardians sequel considered ‘a more ambitious story’

June 17, 2017 0

Colin Vandenberg Staff Writer  Three categories which have defined summer movies in recent years have been: big-budget blockbusters, sequels, and franchise films. The unofficial first film of the 2017 summer movie season simultaneously represents all

Young Lancastrian Tony Dastra runs for mayor

May 12, 2017 0

Robert Beiler Associate Opinion Editor As a young, clean-shaven blonde man of 20, sporting a trilby hat and a ponytail, Tony Dastra looks like he would easy be a laid-back gamer or even a surfer

MU shows community ‘Has A Heart’

May 10, 2017 0

Julia M. Snyder Managing Editor   On Wednesday, April 12, the Millersville University chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) hosted their third annual National Organ Donation Awareness Campaign (NODAC) event, Ville

Broadway heats up for awards season

May 7, 2017 0

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer As the spring theatre season draws to a close, the Broadway community prepares for its biggest night of the year: The Tony Awards. On Broadway, where ticket sales keep shows alive,

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