Shakespeare Plays with Emotions

March 20, 2019

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

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

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

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 . . .

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