‘Ville Daily | September 5, 2017
FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS
Women’s Soccer – Millersville draws at California.
Women’s Cross Country – Rudderow leads cross country at Alumni Run.
9/5 – Lancaster Online – Millersville’s Eric Horst’s tweet used in Severe thunderstorm could arrive in Lancaster County this afternoon, forecasts say.
9/3 – LNP – Millersville University’s Winter Center will host a symphony concert, New symphony season, beginning Saturday at Fulton, excites conductor Stephen Gunzenhauser
9/2 – LNP – Millersville’s professor emeritus, Dr. Leroy Hopkins interviewed for Bethel A.M.E. Church, a rock for generations of Lancaster African Americans, is set to celebrate its 200th anniversary.
9/2 – Lancaster Online – Millersville University drops football season opener at Pace.
9/2 – Stonehill Skyhawks – Early second half surge the difference for Marauders in opener.
9/1 – LNP
- Millersville’s Dr. Dennis Downey interviewed for article, Pastors group says Civil War-era statues should stay, but others argue those memorials need to promote reconciliation.
- Millersville football coach Greg Breitbach expects Marauders to have more depth, be more competitive.
- List of how you can help Hurricane Harvey victims includes MU’s Student Senate clothing drive.
9/1 – bctv.org – Millersville student, Carlee Nilphai mentioned in story, Immigrants Offer Their Stories At Third Community Journalism Project.
8/31 – LNP – Robyn Lily Davis, Ph.D., the Colonial and American Revolution specialist in the history department of Millersville University, will speak at Rock Ford Lecture Series.
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9/7 – Study Abroad Fair
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