’Ville Daily | January 11, 2018
FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS
A Monday and Thursday publication during break
New Today: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
New Today: This Weekend in the Arts
Golf teams to host fundraiser at Chipotle on Fruitville Pike on Jan. 23 – Take flyer to Chipotle and golf team receives 50% of proceeds!
MU’s Office of Visual and Performing Arts aims to support faculty members in their teaching and to enrich the classroom experience. Check out the Curricular Connections Guide for classroom/teaching/educational opportunities.
1/11 – LNP
- Paul Specht, a professor emeritus of the Occupational Safety & Environmental Health Program at Millersville University was interviewed for “Do cell towers belong on school property? Experts weigh in at Hempfield school board meeting.”
- Feature article and photos on Rachel Barton Pine at Winter Center.
- The Lancaster Symphony Orchestra presents its third classic series concert, featuring violinist Rachel Barton Pine. Sat. 3 and 8 p.m. $25-$60. Winter Center.
- 2018 kickoff performance is titled “Brass Night,” featuring energetic works of brass orchestra. Fri. 7 p.m. at Ware Center.
- Information from MU used in article, “Recent cold snap set 3 top-10 records for electricity demand.”
- Women’s basketball defeated Bloomsburg 77-56.
- Men’s basketball lost to Bloomsburg 52-33.
1/10 – AASCU Newsletter – A documentary about Chinese adoption by Millersville University’s Dr. Changfu Chang, that was 12 years in the making, is becoming a global sensation.
1/10 – Severna Park Voice – Millersville’s Dr. Changfu Chang featured in “Severna Park Filmmaker Chronicles Woman’s Return To China.”
1/10 – State System News Highlights
1/10 – LNP – Millersville’s Eric Horst interviewed for “Cold snap snaps.”
1/9 – LNP
- Feature article on women’s basketball, “Fearless Hall shines for Marauders.”
- Men’s basketball beat Mansfield 70-67 on Monday.
- Women’s basketball fell to Mansfield 60-54 on Monday.
1/9 – Chronicle of Higher Education – Pi Delta Psi, an Asian-American fraternity, has been barred, for 10 years, from operating in Pennsylvania. (Editor’s Note – The only current chapters of Pi Delta Psi in Pennsylvania are at Penn State and Carnegie Mellon University).
1/9 – Lancaster Online – Rachel Barton Pine on Saturday at the Winter Center.
UPCOMING EVENTS View All
1/21 – Residence Halls open at noon
1/22 – Classes Begin
3/11 – Spring Break Begins