Zoe Berrier Associate Features Editor Whether just looking to have fun, meet new people, or get a fresh start on the semester there are plenty of activities on campus and in Lancaster to keep students . . .
Kyle Brady Sports Editor As the calendar changes from September to October, something changes in the minds of all singles. A sudden urge for companionship, that has become synonymous with the arrival of the . . .
Liam Edmunds Staff Writer Sounds of poetry and African music, scents of ethnic foods, and sights of vibrant colors filled the city of Lancaster on September 30th. The 9th annual African Festival was held in . . .
Elizabeth Siani Staff Writer Sunday September 24th, 2017; a day dedicated to provoking peace in Lancaster. Lancaster Peace Fest was held downtown on North Queen Street. The event consisted of stands from different organizations, guest . . .
Zoe Berrier Staff Writer Saturday evening in Lancaster, an event was held to raise money for expanding space at the Saint Francis Xavier Orphanage in Haiti. The event was titled For the Girls: An Evening . . .
Robert Beiler Associate Opinion Editor As a young, clean-shaven blonde man of 20, sporting a trilby hat and a ponytail, Tony Dastra looks like he would easy be a laid-back gamer or even a surfer . . .
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 . . .
Maria Glotfelter Features Editor On May 2, from 5:00-7:00pm, a forum on immigration and refugees will be held at the Ware Center at 42 N. Prince St., Lancaster, Pa. The forum will be presented by . . .