Mickayla Miller News Editor Year after year, books are contested for one reason or another. Works of literature, such as the “Harry Potter” series, “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” . . .
Jared Hameloth Staff Writer Justin Pierre was recently named to the Newman Civic Fellowship for his community and academic work at Millersville. He is a senior at Millersville who will be graduating in May, and . . .
Madeline Giardina Staff Writer Lady Gaga’s new documentary, “Five-foot-Two” follows the artist in an almost year-long journey, leading up to the release of her most recent album, “Joanne,” as well as her 2017 halftime performance. . . .
Elizabeth Siani Staff Writer Sunday September 24th, 2017; a day dedicated to provoking peace in Lancaster. Lancaster Peace Fest was held downtown on North Queen Street. The event consisted of stands from different organizations, guest . . .
Josh Rittberg Staff Writer The Fulton Theatre opens its new season with a stunningly creative production of “Little Shop of Horrors”. This contemporary classic, with a score by the legendary Alan Menken, tells the story . . .
Kyle Brady Sports Editor Earlier this week, Carmelo Anthony’s 7 season tenure with the New York Knicks came to an end as the former scoring champion was dealt to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Anthony, a . . .
Josh Ritberg Staff Writer The touring production of “Pippin”, which ran from August 17 – September 23, played an extraordinary run at Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre. On September 20, there were understudies for the characters . . .
Casey Saussaman Head Copy Editor Washington, D.C. — Earlier this week, Monumental Sports & Entertainment announced its partnership with Mars Wrigley Confectionery, naming the Mars brand the “Official Chocolate” of the Washington Capitals. This is . . .
Kyle Brady Sports Editor Whether it is for the competition, the love of horses, or the support of the group, the Millersville University Equestrian team is open to everyone who is interested. Team Captain and . . .
Josh Rittberg Staff Writer Sight and Sound Theatre in Lancaster promises theatre-goers a performance of biblical proportions. Sight and Sound’s newest show,“Jonah” is a musical so ghastly that it would most definitely offend the gods . . .