McEwan = Genius

October 22, 2008 0

Ian McEwan is a genius. He is a bestselling author, he has won awards, and no one can deny that his prose is fantastic. His 2001 novel Atonement has recently been turned into an award-winning film. And he’s done it again. In 2007 his novel On Chesil Beach was published and it is just as memorable as his other novels.

Movie Review: "W."

October 22, 2008 0

Some presidents led their country to victory during war. Some presidents inspire reforms to better the lives of millions. Some presidents even take a stand against big business to prevent economic corruption. But, only one president has famously choked on a pretzel while watching a football game.

A fishy situation

October 22, 2008 1

Senior art major Jesse Krimes has always had in interest in using art to show the restrictions placed on humans by the power structures within our society and within institutions. In his latest project, he uses fish.

Express it with Soul

October 22, 2008 0

“Soul Expressions” was an open forum event meant to encourage expression and creativity in Millersville students.

We'll make the Great Escape

October 15, 2008 0

The fall concert took place at Pucillo Gymnasium and featured Lights, Cute is What we Aim for and headlining band, Boys Like Girls.


October 15, 2008 1

The Snapper sits down with Lights to ask questions about her interests, history, and her name.

'Ville Idol: And the singing begins

October 15, 2008 1

On Saturday, the 27 contestants from the Millersville Community of students and alumni took part in the second year of Ville Idol. The event was a competition judged on vocal abilities and performance on stage, with the contestants competing for a $1,000 first prize and a $250 second prize in each category. The theme for round one was 60’s and 70’s songs. The songs were a variety ranging from The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, The Beatles, Ray Charles to Kenny Rogers. Hosting this event was Lori Burkholder.

American Repetory Ballet Preview

October 15, 2008 0

An inspiring work that through music, dance and song; a call to embrace the humanities during times of despair will open at Millersville on Friday Oct. 17 2008.

Book Review: "The Gathering"

October 15, 2008 0

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.

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