March 1, 2018

’Ville Daily | March 1, 2018




New Today: Presidential Candidate Visit – Dr. Philip Way

New Today: Presidential Search – Submit Your Feedback!

Updated: This Weekend in the Arts

Invitation to the University Community to the BSA/BSU 50th Anniversary

Computer Science Symposium: How can a Computer Scientist be successful in a BIG DATA world?

Iron Chef 2018 Registration

Tonight: Coping with Crisis: Climate Change and Economic Transformation by Dr. Christian Parenti

Science Olympiad Hosted by Millersville University



Made In Millersville Journal

Student Position Available in the Human Resources office

Temporary Student Workers Needed for Holocaust Conference, April 11-13, 2018

Spring Break Bulletin 2018 for Housing and Residential Programs

Educator of the Year Nominations: Deadline March 7, 2018

Wanted: Student Worker for Watershed Education Training Institute

Tyler Behr of the Roller Hockey Club Nominated for “Rookie of the Year”



New Today: AHSS Dean Open Forum – Friday, March 2, 9 a.m.

New Today: Alumni Newsletter – Marauder Connections (February issue is here!)

New Today: Export Control News and Embargo Updates

Girl Scout STEM Expo on Saturday, May 19 – Looking for Volunteers

Camp Idea – Register Now for May 2018

AFSCME Local 2421

AHSS Dean Open Forum



Tonight: Coping with Crisis: Climate Change and Economic Transformation

Academic Advisement Coordinator/Instructor Presents at Lancaster Refugee Center and Community School



3/1 – LNP

3/1 – Lancaster Online – MU’s Eric Horst interviewed for “Warm but rainy Thursday will roll into light snowfall in Lancaster region Friday, cooler temps through the weekend.”

3/1 – Snapper:

News – Violent crimes have been decreasing for decades, despite public perception

Opinion – Anxiety: A college nightmare?

Features – Sybrina Fulton turned tragedy into positive change

Arts and Culture – Radium Girls playwright comes to Millersville

Sports – With new mentality, MU wrestling heads in right direction

2/28 – Blue Ridge Cable News 11 – Interview with film director Sophia Kruz at the Ware Center.

2/28 – Local DVM – Millersville and Shippensburg award first doctorate.

2/27 – Coverage of MU Student Evelyn Dais speaking at treasurer’s press conference:

WTAJ: Keystone Scholars Program

Today PA State Treasurer announced a new program to help kids in the Commonwealth save for college.

–        Syndicated by affiliates WYFX, WETM, WYTV

YourErie: PA introduces $100 grant program to some newborns in 2018-2019

The Keystone Scholars Program grants children $100 at birth to go toward their higher education.  It’s available in just six counties now, but lawmakers are already working to expand it statewide.

WHTM: College Savings Fund (5:30 PM)

It will provide a 100 dollar grant at birth to go toward the child’s higher education.

– Second story on Keystone Scholars ran at 6:00pm.


3/1 – Lecture – Coping with Crisis: Climate  Change  and  Economic Transformation

3/3 –

  • Women’s Lacrosse vs. Notre Dame, 1 p.m. at home
  • Women’s Basketball at Indiana (PA), 3:30 p.m.
  • Baseball vs Goldey-Beacom, noon and 2 p.m. at home
  • Softball vs. Shepherd, 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. at home

3/5 – Meet the next Candidate for Associate Dean

3/6 – Graduate Studies Sessions

3/10 – Odyssey of the Mind

3/11 – Spring Break Begins

3/22 – Carter G. Woodson Lecture

4/26 – Dining with Champions Scholarship Dinner and Auction set for Thursday, April 26