Shakespeare Plays with Emotions

March 20, 2019 0

Jessie Garrison Associate Opinions Editor “Shakespeare, for me, was going to be a long-term relationship,” Justin Hopkins appropriately explains the day after Valentine’s Day. Dressed in traditional Shakespearian garb, the Franklin and Marshall writing professor

Chamique Holdsclaw visits Millersville

November 16, 2017 1

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer Chamique Holdsclaw, a basketball superstar turned mental health advocate visited Millersville and Lancaster last Thursday, Nov. 9 to advocate for mental health and social issues at the Student Memorial Center and

Free flu shot, movie ticket for students

February 9, 2017 0

Maria Glotfelter Features Editor Recent, abnormally warm weather aside, with winter in full-swing, students have started getting their seasonal flu shots. Many places offer free flu shots, encouraging people to get vaccinated early in order

Aurora sleepwalks to Ware Center

November 10, 2016 0

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer David Gonzalez is a professional storyteller, poet, playwright, magician, musician and public speaker. He worked all of these talents into his rendition of “Sleeping Beauty” at the Ware Center. His take

Wiesenthal wows at Ware Center

October 24, 2016 0

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer At the Ware Center on October 5, Real life Nazi hunter and hero Simon Wiesenthal was vividly brought back to life in Tom Dugan’s spectacular one man play Wiesenthal.  Tom Dugan’s

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