Talent shining through on stage

March 18, 2009

This past Friday, Josh Cramoy, a 25-year-old musician performed on acoustic guitar at the Club de’Ville. The University Activities Board saw Cramoy perform and asked him to come down and play for us here at Millersville. Senior Donald Brennan, the president of UAB, said he wanted to have Cramoy perform at Club de‘Ville because he thought MU students would appreciate Cramoy’s talent. . . .

Rock bands bring Club de'Ville to life

February 25, 2009

The party scene was in full swing on Friday, Feb. 20, leaving the campus deserted. The Club de ‘Ville was having its own party in the form of a rock concert. There, a fairly large crowd gathered to see Goodbye Sunrise and Composure, the two performing bands. Both bands lit up the Club de ‘Ville with incredibly well-written songs that take a departure from most of today’s music. . . .

‘Rhomance Lounge’ sets the mood

February 11, 2009

The Club de’Ville was packed on Tuesday Feb. 10, as the “Rhomance Lounge” took flight with various Millersville University students performing on stage. . . .

Comedian strikes students funny bone at Club de’Ville

February 11, 2009

Want to laugh at yourself and everyone else around you? Johnny Walker supplied none stop laughs at Club de’Ville Friday night. The performance was supposed to take place in the Multi Purpose Room of the SMC, but got moved downstairs for whatever reason. . . .

Dancing the winter away

November 19, 2008

Aspects of Latino culture, such as music, dancing, food and more were featured Saturday night at Club de’Ville.

Presented and largely sponsored by SOLA, Society of Latino Affairs, and the Latino studies minor of Millersville University. Café Latino’s “Winter Fiesta” offered students Saturday night, Nov. 15, from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. a unique alternative to usual Saturday nights, either on campus or off, to enjoy aspects of Latino culture, including, food,
dancing and music. . . .

Semester So Fari So Good

September 3, 2008

Safari So Good helped to kick off a great semester here at Millersville University when they performed along with two other bands in Club de’Ville, producing a good turn out. . . .