Katie Pryor Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor Anyone can become infected with the sexually transmitted diseases HIV and AIDS. Despite the hardships, pain, stigmas and social backlash that come with the disease, people affected can stay strong and live long, Continue reading
“Brilliant Traces” by Cindy Lou Johnson is a story about two people trapped together during a white-out in Alaska. During this white-out, these two people share their stories with one another, stories that have made them who they are. On top of that, a little romance ensues as heated arguments turn into romantic impulsive moments. Continue reading
The world of competitive spelling might not seem H-I-L-A-R-I-O-U-S to most people, but those people probably have not seen “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” Millersville’s All Campus Musical Organization (ACMO) performed the play this past weekend in the SMC MPR.
To celebrate and teach about something taboo is difficult, but the Women’s Commission at Millersville University rose to the challenge with their production of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues.” A look into the vagina from the perspective of those who know it best: Women. “The Vagina Monologues,” is just that, several monologues about a women’s take on her vagina, whether it be the sexually outrageous side, or the shy embarrassed one; these women were not afraid to bear it all. Continue reading