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The Voiceless documentary screens at Millersville

September 28, 2017

Michael Brockett Business Manager Last week on Thursday, September 21 in the Student Memorial Center’s MPR, The Center for Health Education and Promotion held a documentary screening for “The Voiceless.” This documentary was comprised of . . .

Slavery still exists?

November 4, 2016

Lexie Corner Staff Writer In elementary school, kids learn about how the country once enslaved and brutalized African-Americans—many of our white ancestors, to many’s disgust, would harass them, beat them, break them. At such a . . .

Minimalism: Freedom in the little things

October 24, 2016

Robert Beiler Associate Opinion Editor Minimalism is an art style that in the past decade or so has been adopted into a lifestyle philosophy as well. The basic tenant is to get rid of things . . .

Breaching Fort “Knox”: an engaging exercise in true-crime

October 10, 2016

Grant Pearsall Staff Writer Netflix’s ripped-from-the-headlines documentary,“Amanda Knox,” proves that in the digital age, criminality, the media and public discourse are hopelessly intertwined. The film begs the question– does the retelling of a case influenced . . .

'Going Clear' documentary slams Scientology

April 8, 2015

Grant Pearsall Staff Writer The word “cult” conjures up images borne out of popular fiction and historical fact– fanatical believers quietly sequestered in the wilderness, performing menial tasks while garbed in strange unitards, awaiting a . . .