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 . . .
Grant Pearsall Staff Writer Board games are a pastime of a bygone era that our modern entertainment makes quaint by comparison. Smartphone sessions of “Words With Friends” require little active commitment, just a glance down . . .
Marianne Caesar Staff Writer Local photographer Michelle Johnson will proudly unveil her work on Feb. 13 in her first-ever gallery showing. Taking place at 529 West Chestnut Street, Modern Art will host Johnson’s collection of . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
Molly Carl Head Copy Editor Lancaster City is home to a plethora of attractions to fit just about any taste or preference. The oddities and eccentricities it provides make for an interesting outing, no matter . . .
Maria Rovito Managing Editor Industrial, EBM, metal and electronic fans gathered at the Chameleon Club Saturday, Oct. 4, to enjoy a night of pounding beats and blistering guitar work by Davey Suicide, Darksiderz, William Control . . .
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 . . .