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Book Review: "The Gathering"

October 15, 2008

Anne Enright’s The Gathering is about family, guilt, alcoholism, love and death. Enright follows the troubles of a large Irish family, specifically 39 year-old Victoria, as they deal with the death of their brother, Liam. Victoria tries to uncover the reasons behind her brother’s suicide, and in the process has to deal with hard truths about her family and childhood. . . .

Movie Review: "Religulous"

October 15, 2008

Since fall break, Hollywood has released more than ten different films. Most of these films will probably entertain the intended audience, but I encourage growth and diversity as intellectual film viewers. Why pay nine bucks to sit through mindless dribble like Beverly Hills Chihuahua, when there is such an incredible variety! . . .

Praries and Paris

October 15, 2008

On Sunday, October 12, 2008, the Millersville University Music Department held their faculty recital called “Paris and the Prairie.” The crowded Lyte Auditorium was filled with audience members showing their support for Dr. Debra Lessen as well as other faculty members of Millersville University. . . .

If It Exists, Sing about it

October 15, 2008

I have known the guys in Slimfit for a number of years now, and have had the pleasure of sharing beers and having a good time with them enough times to feel comfortable in describing them as “good people.” . . .

Nelly's #1 fuze fizzles

September 24, 2008

Ahhh…The struggles at hand when crafting a generically dope album to solidify your status in the hip hop genre. . . .

Dutcher

September 24, 2008

Millersville University Theatre is proud to bring you another year of exciting performances that will have you coming back for more. . . .

MU Byrnes in Indie

September 24, 2008

While many Millersville students spent their summers lounging by the pool, Owen Byrnes was involved in an Indie film production. Byrnes began his summer teaching children the basics of documentary filmmaking at camp. . . .

Wonderful Gore

September 24, 2008

Battle Royale is a horrifying, bloody, and completely wonderful book. Koushun Takami’s highly controversial, and violent, first novel was translated into English by Yuji Oniki in 2003 and has since seen much success. . . .

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