Julia Walters Associate News Editor Millersville University has been established as a public university for over 150 long years. In those 150+ years, thousands upon thousands of people have crossed this campus and created their own . . .
Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor Over the years, there have been so many plays focused on the senseless violence and death of war. Last weekend, University Theatre presented perhaps one of the more unusual, . . .
Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor For those who love fast-paced satire, farce, risqué innuendos or even 17th-century French playwright Moliere, University Theatre presents “The Miser,” directed by Professor David Donovan, in the Rafters Theatre . . .
The stage lit up Friday and Saturday night in Dutcher Hall for Director’s Cut, a group of three student written plays. The first was called “The Magician” and was directed by Joe Eck followed by . . .
Katie Pryor Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor Anyone can become infected with the sexually transmitted diseases HIV and AIDS. Despite the hardships, pain, stigmas and social backlash that come with the disease, people affected can . . .
Millersville University Theater is kicking off the semester with a favorite from the end of the previous one. Incoming freshman and upperclassmen alike will enjoy this thought-provoking tale. “Booby Trap”, which was featured at the end of last semester, will be showing again Sept. 10 & 11. . . .