Justin Lee


Folk musicians invoke imagination at The Thought Lot

The Thought Lot showcased a relaxing evening of acoustic folk music on Saturday as The Positronic Cats and Eli August played to a modest audience, playing simple songs filled with immense imagery and relatable themes.

‘Doctor Strange’ proves Marvel cinematic universe is here to stay

SPOILER ALERT “Doctor Strange” can be summed up as a risk. The character, mostly unknown to movie-going audiences, forced Marvel Studios to find the correct balance between familiarity and originality. With 14 films in the Marvel series, the demand for imagination was at its highest, but the risk paid off.

Band recreates Prince era

On Thursday, tribute band The Purple Xperience put on a show that even the recently deceased Prince would have approved.

Men’s soccer splits PSAC games

The Shippensburg University men’s soccer team traveled to Lock Haven University on Wednesday for a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) match.

‘Sully’ soars with flying colors

Trailers can often be misleading. Usually when we see a trailer for a movie or television show, it is edited in a way to give off a certain expectation of how the finished product will play out.

‘Heart-warming’ thrash at Thought Lot

On Saturday, local and regional metal acts stormed to Shippensburg’s Thought Lot to fill the studio building with thunderous guitar riffs, guttural growls and high-pitched screams.

The Jungle Book movie review

“The Jungle Book” is a live-action and computer animated remake of the 1967 Disney cartoon movie. During Disney’s fourth attempt at taking a cartoon movie and remaking it, they created something that can only be described as brilliant.