Sydney ClarkAssociate Arts & Culture Editor Millersville University has a monitored feral cat population on campus and many students may not even be aware of it. Not only are there feral cats, there is also . . .
Sydney ClarkAssociate Arts & Culture Editor With the original “Zombieland” coming out in 2009, fans of this comedic zombie apocalyptic movie have been waiting ten years for a sequel to finally come out. With all . . .
Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor Kim Petras, a German pop star and an LGBTQ+ modern music icon is back with her funhouse of infectious Halloween pop infused tracks. This newest set of nine songs is . . .
Carly O’NeillFeatures Editor On Saturday, Nov. 2, in Washington D.C., National fans gathered on Constitution Ave to celebrate the Nats World Series victory. It’s been 95 years since DC has last seen a baseball championship . . .
Shaun LucasAssociate News Editor “The Lighthouse,” directed by Robert Eggers, debuted at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival on May 19, 2019. On Oct. 19, the film received a widespread theatrical release, giving this film the . . .
Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” playing from November 1st-10th at Millersville’s Rafters Theatre, is a modern reinvention of a Shakespearean classic as adapted by MU alum, Phillip Rooney. The play deals . . .
Jared Kish Sports Editor Marauder senior Kay Liebl was back at it again scoring two goals against Shepherd this past Saturday as the women’s soccer team proves once again, they are here to wreak havoc . . .
Caleb WolfeStaff Writer Millersville faced off against Bloomsburg this past Saturday for their second-to-last home game of the season. Going into the match-up the Marauders had lost their previous two games, while the Huskies had . . .
Brian Markley Associate Sports Editor The Washington Nationals are World Series Champions. Starting the season without the former face of their franchise, Bryce Harper, who hightailed it to National League East rival Philadelphia Phillies, no . . .
Matt HornerStaff Writer They are simply not good enough. Not in the last game, and not for the entire season. A last ditch effort and shred of competence kept dwindling playoff hopes alive for the . . .