Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor They say a picture tells a thousand words, but through her art, painter Amy Sherald tells a thousand stories. She tells of the black community, a group that has . . .
Nick Hughes Opinion Editor Cole Vohs, a computer science major, plans on becoming a software developer after he graduates in Fall 2020. He is currently a junior. Vohs also plays Magic the gathering and was, . . .
Julia Walters Features Editor If there is ever an issue or concern from the Millersville student body, the Student Government Association (SGA) wants to know about it. SGA executive members John Tintera, SGA’s president, and . . .
Simren Shah Associate Features Editor Friday, the George Street Press, Millersville University’s literary magazine, hosted a blackout poetry event in the atrium at the Student Memorial Center. The event radiated a laid-back vibe. Students created . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Beth Henley’s The Miss Firecracker Contest, which plays at The Rafters Theatre in Dutcher Hall from February 22 through March 3, tells the story of a girl in the . . .
Kat Vasquez Associate Sports Editor The Millersville University women’s lacrosse team opened its first game of the season at Biemesderfer Stadium on February 18th, 2019 against our ongoing rivals Georgian Court Lions. It also marked . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Lou Crossan Associate Arts and Culture Editor Thoughts on Characters Otis (Asa Butterfield): This character while awkward at first, becomes quickly relatable. Although Otis is . . .
Kat Vasquez Associate Sports Editor The Millersville University Women’s softball team went on the road to play in the annual Snowbird Freeze-Off Tournament at Market Commons Complex in the beautiful, warm and sunny Myrtle beach, . . .
Nick Hughes Opinion Editor Clark County, Washington is facing a lot of backlash due to a measles outbreak that was reported by health officials in the area. This is not the first major measles outbreak . . .