Colin VandenBerg Staff Writer On Oct. 9, students and faculty gathered in Myers auditorium in McComsey Hall for a film presentation of “Chico & Rita,” a 2010 animated film produced in Spain, and subtitled in . . .
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 . . .
Katie Pryor Staff Writer On Sunday, December 2, 2012, at 2:30 p.m. in a packed Biemesderfer Concert Hall in the Winter Visual and Performing Art Center, the Millersville University Concert Band, Wind Ensemble and Orchestra . . .
Luke Helker Staff Writer Saturday, November 24, “Lamb of God” came back to Philly on a blinding tour for another videotaped performance, this time at the Electric Factory. The tour also included the “In Flames,” . . .
Luke Helker Staff Writer On Saturday, singer-songwriter Josh Albright visited Millersville for a little coffeehouse styled gig at the new Visual and Performing Arts Center. The performance also incorporated student based bands, who performed in . . .
Katie Pryor Staff Writer The “Kingdom Hearts” video game series: it’s either a silly blend of Disney and Japanese RPG-culture to some, or a fun, exciting, and epic journey for many others. For me, the . . .
Alex Brubaker Staff Writer I must preface this article by mentioning that I’m a mere 315 pages into the 678 page behemoth that is Sergio De La Pava’s “A Naked Singularity.” While this fact assuredly . . .
Katie Pryor Staff Writer “Spring Awakening,” a coming- of-age musical based on the German play by Frank Wedekind, was performed at the Ephrata Performing Arts Center in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, from October 25 to November 10. . . .
Olivia Synoracki Staff Writer Sunday, November 11, Kelly Davis and Jennifer Kelman united to perform for a crowd of people in Murley Recital Hall at the Visual and Performing Arts Center. Preparing for this performance . . .
Olivia Synoracki Staff Writer Every year, the All Campus Musical Organization (ACMO) works hard to produce four major shows. These performances, which are directed, choreographed, and managed by students, give the Millersville community a chance . . .