Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor They say a picture tells a thousand words, but through her art, painter Amy Sherald tells a thousand stories. She tells of the black community, a group that has . . .
Kaylee Rex Arts and Culture Editor Interim Director of the Visual and Performing Arts Centers at Millersville, Robin Zaremski will now permanently hold the position. She will officially start as director of the Winter . . .
Sade Palmer Staff Writer It’s the beginning of Black History Month and Millersville is off to a great start with honoring important African Americans this month. It was an appreciative audience Thursday night as they . . .
Taylor Cole Arts and Culture Editor Exhibit features pictures of people and places from around Lancaster. (Taylor Cole/Snapper) Normally when students venture into the Susan C. & Gerald C. Eckert Art Gallery, they expect sculptures . . .
Marianne Caesar Features Editor Students from the club Marauder Music Productions joined together to share their Spring Showcase music and songs from their recently completed CD. Sharing both original compositions and covers of music, the . . .
Allie Remis Staff Writer Justin McLaughlin had his junior piano recital assisted by Klaudellsh Larieux Saturday, April 11. McLaughlin is a Music Education major with a concentration in piano, and is a student of Dr. . . .
Rachel Keslosky Photography Editor The Millersville University Department of Music showcased its percussion ensemble this past Sunday, along with two high school groups, with a mix of smooth and high intensity pieces. The Millersville University . . .
Molly Carl Head Copy Editor The Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company is a sketch and improvisational comedy group that was founded by SNL cast member and “Parks and Recreation” star Amy Poehler. Since its inception, . . .
Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor Move over, Cinderella and Snow White. In DreamWorks Pictures’ 2001 animated hit “Shrek,” the prince was anything but charming, the princess turns into a monster, a talking donkey was . . .