The college student experience at the Fulton Opera House

December 3, 2014 0

Nikki Schaffer Staff Writer It is impossible to miss the bright lights that illuminate the streetscape near the Fulton Opera House. Considered to be the nation’s oldest continuously running theater, this building’s home on Prince

Tom and Chee puts a new spin on an old favorite

November 19, 2014 0

Pete Wisniewski Staff Writer If you have ever been driving through Lancaster County and thought to yourself, “Man, I could really go for a gourmet grilled cheese sandwich,” but you had nowhere to go, you

The best kept secrets of Millersville

September 17, 2014 0

Molly Carl Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor We’ve all experienced the sheer panic of running to print a paper five minutes before class starts, only to burst into a completely packed computer lab, full of

Lancaster’s ‘Day of Caring’

September 10, 2014 0

Frank Leichner Features Writer By volunteering their time during the 23rd annual Day of Caring this past Saturday, Sept. 6th, students of Millersville University were exposed to different types of community service that could be

Dance companies grace Downtown Lancaster

March 5, 2014 0

Cat Ardes Arts & Culture Editor If there is one form of art where anything goes, it might as well be dancing. Dancing allows us to express ourselves in any way, shape or form, with

Life after Millersville: Radical entrepreneurs

February 26, 2014 0

Julia Scheib News Editor Millersville alumni Josh Redd (anthropology, ’09) and Courtney Lawson (economics with a concentration in political economy, ’13) are two of the original members of the Seed, a worker-owned collective on North

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