Nick Hughes Opinion Editor The Outer Worlds is a new video game. It developed by Private Division and published by Obsidian entertainment. The game follows in the footsteps of Fallout New Vegas, which was another . . .
Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor Jessie Garrison Head Copy Editor In the Netflix reboot of “Queer Eye,” the Fab Five have been known to help their heros in dealing with personal issues such as body . . .
Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor For 50 years, WIXQ has been delighting listeners with fresh student voices and good music. Yet, the program has also brought along with the music a greater beat of family . . .
Shaun LucasAssociate News Editor On Oct. 25, 2019, Kanye West released his ninth studio record, “Jesus is King.” While this marks West’s second vulgarity-free album, the first being “808 and Heartbreak,” much of the album’s . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
Alexander BershteinStaff Writer “Raising Faith: Stories about Dyslexia” is a documentary developed by many people from Millersville University, and envisioned mainly by Dr. Stacey Irwin and her daughter and Millersville student, Faith Irwin. It is . . .
Josh RittbergArts & Culture Editor “Wait Until Dark” at The Fulton Theatre tells the spine tingling tale of a young physically blind woman, Susan Hendrix (Katherine Fried) who is in grave danger after she gains . . .