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Millersville trails disrupt binge watching

August 1, 2017

Melissa Glickman Guest Writer   What’s the one thing that makes Millersville University so special? Maybe the swans, the pond and the people make it a special place. Whatever you think it is, sometimes it . . .

Critics pull no punches on reviews of ‘Iron Fist’

April 12, 2017

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer A live-action version of the comic “Iron Fist” hit Netflix recently. The series centers around the action and adventure genre, and offers it time and again throughout most episodes. Netflix recommends . . .

Slavery still exists?

November 4, 2016

Lexie Corner Staff Writer In elementary school, kids learn about how the country once enslaved and brutalized African-Americans—many of our white ancestors, to many’s disgust, would harass them, beat them, break them. At such a . . .

Noteworthy Netflix picks

April 20, 2016

Mickayla Miller News Editor Finals week is coming up; papers are due, an incessant amount of tests are coming up and it doesn’t seem like there’s enough time to finish everything you had planned. Of . . .

Streaming: a generation of instant gratification

November 18, 2015

Aaron Jaffe Advertising Manager In a world where instant gratification for little money is a necessity for companies today, many have fallen by the way side because they could not keep up. Today, the pioneers . . .

Netflix: The product of procrastination

March 3, 2015

Maggi Mumma Staff Writer Raise your hand if you have been personally victimized by Netflix? In other non Mean Girl referencing terms, the question generally asks: How many of you are guilty to binge watching . . .

Drama ensues in Netflix's 'House of Cards'

March 3, 2015

John Villarose VI Staff Writer *WARNING: This review contains spoilers* On February 27, Netflix premiered the entire newest season of arguably their most popular original series, leading fanatics everywhere to spend the weekend binge-watching. “House . . .