Brandon Robinson Staff Writer Following the women’s game against the Crimson Hawks, the Millersville men’s basketball team took the floor to face off in game two of the double-header against Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana . . .
Kat Vasquez Associate Sports Editor Millersville University women’s track and field opened their season with a bang at a Diplomat Invitational at Frank and Marshall University. The Marauders competed in the 2018 NCAA Division II . . .
Lou Crossan Associate Arts and Culture Editor Sarita Ricchiuto is welcoming Millersville peers into her creative process. Her senior art gallery (on display in Breidenstine on the third floor) is all about conveying to her . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor “42nd Street” at The Fulton Theatre is a musical theatre spectacle of the grandest proportions. This may seem like high praise for such a well-known show, but this particular production . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Zeke Zelker’s excitingly innovative new film, Billboard, hits the famed art house theatre, Zoetropolis, on the night of November 27th. The film viewers will witness that night is many years . . .
Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer The annual Educator of the Year Award was bestowed upon Dr. Carol Hepfer for her dedication to her students and advisees both in and outside the classroom. This honor is presented . . .
Carly O’Neill Associate News Editor Thousands of protesters nationwide came together on Thursday, Nov. 8 to protest President Trump’s firing of Attorney General, Jeff Sessions. Protestors fear Trump’s new appointment of acting Attorney General Matthew . . .
Jared Hameloth News Editor Millersville held a “Run, Walk, Roll” event in the quad on Monday, Nov. 12 in support of the Veterans Victory House. The marathon-esque event was organized by the Department of Campus . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Millersville Junior, Angel G. Martinez is a Theatre major here at the university, who isn’t trans himself, but is a strong ally of the community. After noticing over his . . .
Colin Vandenberg Arts & Culture Copy Editor In 2016—following five years of false starts and behind-the-scenes troubles—the producers of the then newly titled Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” hired Brian Singer (-Men,” “The Usual Suspects”) . . .