Review: Gettysburg Hosts the World Premiere of Susan Russell’s Twin Hearts
Oct08

Review: Gettysburg Hosts the World Premiere of Susan Russell’s Twin Hearts

This slideshow requires JavaScript. By Phoebe Doscher, News Editor I bundled up in four layers of clothing on Friday night to brave the brisk, fall weather and attend a performance of Gettysburg College Theatre Arts Professor Susan Russell’s original play Twin Hearts, in its world premiere weekend at the Gettysburg Community Theatre. But the cast, along with Russell herself, who starred as Helen Keller’s mother Kate and managed the...

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“Artful Nature” and “Getting There” Make Waves in Schmucker Art Gallery
Oct02

“Artful Nature” and “Getting There” Make Waves in Schmucker Art Gallery

By Jennifer Clogg, Staff Writer I push through the doors of Schmucker Art Gallery into a world of chilled, silent, and beautiful respect. There are two functioning sides of the gallery currently: Artful Nature and the Legacy of Maria Sibylla Merian curated by Emily Roush (2021) and Shannon Zeltmann (2021), with direction from Professor Felicia Else and Professor Kay Etheridge, and Getting There featuring art by Andrew Ellis Johnson...

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Sony’s New Plan for Spider-Man
Sep22

Sony’s New Plan for Spider-Man

By Ethan Cannistra, Staff Writer A story that shook the movie industry in recent weeks is the news that Spider-Man will no longer be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Sony will continue to produce and distribute Spider-Man films, but Peter Parker will no longer be allowed to interact with The Avengers or reference other Marvel characters. Since this story broke in August, there has been a significant amount of confusion over...

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Review: Just Four Weeks In, Orchestra and Wind Symphony Already in Mid-Semester Form
Sep21

Review: Just Four Weeks In, Orchestra and Wind Symphony Already in Mid-Semester Form

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Cesar Leal took a somewhat unorthodox path from the wings to the podium as he entered the stage weaving through the violin section at the start of Friday evening’s combined Symphony Orchestra & Wind Symphony concert. As he later told the audience, though, there may have been a reason for that. “Is it anyone’s first time here?” he asked, leading several audience members...

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Movie Review: It Chapter 2
Sep17

Movie Review: It Chapter 2

By Ethan Cannistra, Staff Writer The movie It Chapter 2 continues the story of the Losers Club 27 years after the original It movie took place. All of the Losers have moved across the country, with the exception of Mike who decided to stay in his hometown of Derry. As a result of the Losers moving away from Derry, they all mysteriously start to lose their childhood memories with the exception of Mike. In 2019 when Pennywise resurfaces...

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Review: Spider-Man: Far From Home
Sep12

Review: Spider-Man: Far From Home

By Ethan Cannistra, Staff Writer The movie Spiderman: Far From Home tells the story of Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man, taking a much-needed vacation after the events of Avengers: Endgame. Unfortunately, Peter’s vacation does not go as planned when Nick Fury, director of S.H.E.I.L.D., recruits him for a secret mission in Europe. Peter must figure out a way to live his life as Peter Parker and Spider-Man in-order to succeed in his...

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