Mickayla Miller News Editor 6. Chipotle While Chipotle is a chart-topper for most, it falls flat in comparison to some of its other competitors. The E.Coli scandal aside, this chain is turning into a bare-bones . . .
Julia Snyder Editor-In-Chief At 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 22, a line of people stretched down Chestnut Street, waiting patiently for Mike Madrigale to open the doors to his record store: Mr. Suit Records. Mr. . . .
Maria Glotfelter Features Editor Walking inside Commonwealth café located on Queen Street, visitors are greeted by a warm atmosphere, both literally and figuratively. Inside the café, the air is a little warm and the acoustics . . .
Grant Pearsall Staff Writer As the last light of day dwindles to muted dusk over the northwestern corner of Lancaster City, citizens bundled against the crisp February air trickle into the North Museum of Science . . .
Donunshae Sanders Staff Writer Paintings, masks, sculptures and artwork from local elementary schools: Lancaster Artwalk has it all. Oct. 4-5, Lancaster held their annual Artwalk, where they showcase different works of art from about 35 . . .
Nikki Schaffer Features Editor Walking down the streets of Downtown Lancaster, it is impossible to miss the funky hand-painted pianos scattered throughout the city. Bypassers are drawn to these music makers where prolific melodies reverberate . . .
Adam Foreman Staff Writer Need to escape the campus for a few hours? Experience some of the (affordable) restaurants that form the identity and culture of Lancaster. A Millersville I.D. gets you a free bus . . .
Nikki Schaffer Features Editor As a child, Lady Lucas always loved the creative self-expressionism found in art. What she didn’t know at that time, was that she was destined to become a self-published children’s author . . .