Zenkaikon X takes over Lancaster City

April 7, 2016

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

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

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 . . .

Scarves bring warmth to frozen city

February 19, 2015

Marianne Caesar Staff Writer If an individual in Lancaster happens to be cold this winter season, they should look to the skies or at least the trees downtown for a solution. As of Feb. 2, . . .

Gaming gone wild

February 4, 2015

By Marianne Caesar Located in Lancaster City’s Central Market Mall, gamers and the like can find their home within the retail store War and Pieces. Its conception began with Millersville University Alumnus Kyle Sloka-Frey, in . . .

Tom and Chee puts a new spin on an old favorite

November 19, 2014

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 . . .

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