Last Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008, the many talented students of Millersville University showcased their skills at The Public Relations Student Society of America’s first annual Millersville’s Got Talent competition. The program showcased a variety of talents from students all over Millersville University. . . .
Imagine a world powered by clean energy, people worry much less about formality, they instead focus on being creative, healthy, energetic and building communities rather than living up to western standards of “success.”
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McLovin’ is back! Stifler is back! Brian Fantana is back! What more could you ask for in a film? This week’s new release Role Models brings all of these recent comic stars together for a story of inspiration, relationships, energy drinks, and children that use the “f” bomb more than Chris Rock. The combination is truly magical. . . .
My friend Nelson does concrete for a living and is a pretty gnarly drummer; like, big, thudding, John Bonham drums. He is kind of a “tough guy.” That’s why I was so surprised when, years into our friendship, he “came out of the closet” and admitted that he was a huge Cure fan. I was too! It is not always cool to admit you like the Cure. Maybe it is the association with moping goth kids or the silly imagery or Robert Smith all covered in makeup and acting like a sad, sad girl, but sometimes you have to keep your Cure love on the down-low. . . .
A strange but succulent scent filled the room—the wafting of about a dozen different ethnic foods. At 6 p.m., the designated commencement time for the event, a line contoured the walls of the room—kids waiting, antsy for eggrolls, and adults excited for baklava. . . . .
Sponsored by the MU Cultural Affairs Committee, Alaska-based group Bearfoot performed classic and contemporary bluegrass and country music and original work they had written and performed in a one night only show, 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, 2008. . . .
The contestants are back for round two of Ville Idol, but did they step it up enough to move on to the finals? On Saturday, Millersville produced the ‘Ville Idol semi-finals, which consisted of contestants cut from 48 original contenders to 18 students and alumni competing for the $1000 cash prize in each category. . . .
Rilo Kiley is the indie-rock band that made Jenny Lewis a household name among the hipster set during the past few years.
Lewis is the rare Hollywood success story, the former TV child-star who avoids the pitfalls of fame and goes on to become a respected singer and songwriter in adulthood.
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