December 20, 2019

An exploration into the wild west of online video, where children are exposed to ads and product placements through the never ending stream of content flowing from their screens By Jared Hameloth Have you ever . . .

“Peter Pan” soars at The Fulton

December 14, 2019

Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor The Fulton Theatre’s exuberant production of Peter Panis a grand and incredibly entertaining take on this classic tale. The story is still the same as the audience follows the boy who . . .

Tell Me More Ep. 4: “International students”

December 12, 2019

In this episode, Dr. Spicer talks with Features Editor Carly O’Neill and Associate Features Editor Simren Shah about international students attending Millersville and helping homeless women in Lancaster city.

Gender and Sexuality Alliance Self-Defense Seminar

December 2, 2019

Rachel Laughlin Associate Arts and Culture Editor Following the successes of Pride Week and Pride fest earlier this semester, the Gender and Sexuality Alliance confronted a negative aspect of the spectrum: the increased risk of . . .

Sonic looked ugly, but the redesign is great

November 21, 2019

After extensive backlash over the atrocity of the initial Sonic design in the upcoming live-action Sonic the Hedgehog movie [Which was scheduled to release on Nov. 8th but was delayed to February 14, 2020, in . . .

Sensory overload: The death metal edition

November 21, 2019

Nick Hughes Opinion Editor The metal show I attended this past weekend exemplified awesome in every sense of the word. I loved every second that I attended, but there was a catch. Not attending the . . .

My time at Millersville

November 21, 2019

Jessie Garrison Associate Opinion Editor Millersville University has been my home for the last 3.5 years and it is quickly ending. Throughout my time at Millersville, I have had countless roommates, changed my major, had . . .

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