“Sophisticated Ladies” brings style and swing to The Fulton

May 8, 2019 0

Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor             The Fulton’s newest dance spectacular, Sophisticated Ladies, transports its audiences back into the sensual and sensational world of Duke Ellington’s jazz age. The show begins with a magnetic blast of

Students present their art at Made in Millersville

April 19, 2018 0

Brenden Curry Sports Editor Amidst all of the scholarly, academic research posters and presentations many Millersville students presented on Tuesday, the arts also provided the passionate spirit of Millersville academics. “I’m not necessarily the most

Chelsea Snow performs senior recital at VPAC

October 23, 2013 0

Cat Ardes Arts & Culture Editor On Saturday, October 19, 2013, Chelsea Snow performed her Senior Recital at the Winter Center’s Biemesderfer Concert Hall on campus. Family, friends, and fellow students could be seen in

“Mama": A mother’s love is forever

February 6, 2013 0

Molly Carl Staff Writer “Mama” is a Spanish-Canadian horror movie released on January 18th, 2012. It tells the story of two girls, Victoria (Megan Charpentier of “Red Riding Hood”) and Lily (Isabelle Nélisse) who were

Chameleon Club welcomes Streetlight Manifesto

October 24, 2012 0

Luke Helker Staff Writer Last Saturday night, the Chameleon Club welcomed Streetlight Manifesto into Lancaster with open arms. Now I’ve been to the Chameleon Club a lot and have seen some pretty big name bands

The old-school romance

October 7, 2009 2

Sometimes, girls need a little bit of old school romance. That’s why movies like “Bright Star” are made.

Breaking apart from the common crowd

April 8, 2009 0

There are four primary elements to Hip Hop: DJing, rapping, graffiti art and break dancing. Though break dancing originated in the 1970s and 1980s, it has only become more exciting since then.

Former poet laureate visits campus

April 1, 2009 0

Donald Hall, the 14th U.S. Poet Laureate and author of 15 poetry anthologies, visited the campus the evening of Wednesday, March 25th as an early way to usher in the National Poetry Month of April.

"Shape of things" brings in the crowd

April 1, 2009 0

What does it mean to be truly subjective? How deep can changes to ourselves go? These are questions you take with you after seeing “The Shape of Things.” The show opened at 8pm on Friday night and will continue until April 5.

MU's chorale ensemble

March 25, 2009 0

The Chorale at Millersville University is the most select choral ensemble on campus. It is comprised of 32 experienced singers of various majors and academic levels.

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