Cafes that aren’t Starbucks: Prince Street Cafe

February 16, 2017 0

Maria Glotfelter Features Editor   Prince Street Café was abuzz with activity on Monday afternoon. Students and workers were either studying, typing away on a computer, or just taking a quiet break to enjoy a

Ton-Taun musical takes over Tellus360

December 5, 2016 0

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer While the Fulton Theatre is putting on their most expensive show to date with “Beauty and The Beast”, down the street, another type of magic is being done at Tellus360 with

Ren Faire “Tells Tale” of Poe

November 17, 2016 0

Lexi Ganas Staff Writer   All English majors have heard of Edgar Allen Poe. He’s one of the most famous poets of all time. His poems and short stories are very dark but extremely intriguing.

Local musicians gather for Music Friday

September 23, 2016 0

Taylor Cole Arts & Culture Editor Everyone has heard of First Friday in Lancaster, where shops are open later and events pop up around the city. Most people don’t know what happens on the third

Zenkaikon X takes over Lancaster City

April 7, 2016 0

Marie Mosca Opinion Editor The 10th anniversary of Zenkaikon was in full swing this past weekend bringing in well over 5,000 pre registered attendees and hundreds more who registered day of. It was held at

Clearing up misconceptions about refugees

December 17, 2015 0

Kelsey Bundra Editor-in-Chief   Lately, there have been many misconceptions about the Syrian refugee crisis and refugees in general. Many people are misinformed with exaggerated numbers and fallacies reinforced by politicians using faulty information. What

Amnesty Insternational Club raises money as leaves fall

November 11, 2015 0

Kelsey Bundra Editor-In-Chief On Friday, October 30, the Millersville University chapter of Amnesty International held a fundraiser that benefitted refugees in the area. The pumpkin decorating and bake sale helped raise $127.76 that will be

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