Lou Crossan Associate Arts and Culture Editor Sarita Ricchiuto is welcoming Millersville peers into her creative process. Her senior art gallery (on display in Breidenstine on the third floor) is all about conveying to her . . .
Sade Palmer Features Editor Last Thursday night, there was a full house at the Entrepreneurial Leadership Center for the Zachary Shaffer Gallery event. With the hopes of turning art into entrepreneurship, Millersville students Zach and Rachel . . .
Jared Hameloth News Editor If you have been inside the McNairy Library this spring semester, but have undoubtedly stared in wonder at the giant graphic design posters displayed around the lobby. All these designs were . . .
Zoe Berrier Staff Writer Saturday evening in Lancaster, an event was held to raise money for expanding space at the Saint Francis Xavier Orphanage in Haiti. The event was titled For the Girls: An Evening . . .
Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer There is a new exhibit in Sykes Gallery, on the first floor of Breidenstine Hall. The overcrowded gallery, open from 8:30a.m.-4p.m., is decorated with varying styles of art including paintings, sketches, . . .
Amanda Kempa Staff Writer Thomas Scullin, artist and full-time professor at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design, is showcasing his work in an exhibit titled “Allegorical Paintings” located at the Ware Center in Regitz Gallery . . .
Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer For the past month, Sykes Gallery has displayed an EAR (Emerging Artists in Residence) Show Exhibit, featuring many different types of work from students. These students have been working on their . . .
Maria Glotfelter Features Editor The George Street Carnival (GSC) is now accepting publications. Students have the opportunity to publish their literary stories, poems, lyrics, memoirs, articles, photos, drawings, essays, reviews, and more. One student/faculty/or alumnus . . .
Katie Lundy Staff Writer On Thursday, February 16th at 6p.m., the Susan Eckert Gallery in the Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center hosted a reception to honor the new art exhibit physical culture from Imperial . . .