Kimberlyn Broskie

  • For most graduating Millersville University students, their primary goal at commencement is to get out into the working world as full-time employees. There is good news coming from Millersville alumni— in just […]

  • “To be, or not to be?” That is the question thespians from The People’s Shakespeare Project (TPSP) will answer in their portrayal of William Shakespeare’s classic, Hamlet, at Millersville University. Perform […]

  • On Thursday, June 9, Millersville University received various historical documents and artifacts as a donation from YWCA Lancaster. Dr. Aminta Breaux, Vice President for Advancement at Millersville University […]

  • Rick and Jessy Rodgers have received the first Susan C. and Gerald C. Eckert Service and Philanthropy Award at Millersville University. This award is given for service and philanthropy in advancing the mission […]

  • Silvia Vasquez-Lavado grew up in the mountains of Peru.

    When you have already climbed some of the tallest mountains in South America, there are still higher and bigger mountains to climb. Like Mount Everest […]

  • Millersville Borough Council President, Michael Kirkham, presented senior MU student representative, Haley Williams, with a special citation for her two years of service as the MU student Rep to the Borough […]

  • Kimberlyn Broskie wrote a new post on the site Millersville News 7 years ago

    Scared of sharks and alligators? Maybe you should be worried about something much smaller that kills more people than any creepy fish or reptile.

    That deadly creature is the mosquito.

    Despite its tiny size, […]

  • Bernie Sanders Rally
    Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will hold a rally on Millersville University’s campus at 7:30 p.m. tonight.  The rally will be held in Pucillo Gym, 105 Pucillo Drive, an […]

  • This edition of Who Makes Millersville Special features Dr. Kenneth Shields, professor of Linguistics and American Dialects. He’s produced two books and nearly 180 articles in referred journals and book c […]

  • Made possible through a proposal to the National Science Foundation by Dr.  Sepi Yalda, meteorology professor, and Ashley Orehek, meteorology student, to the National Science Foundation, the National Center […]

  • “U.S. News & World Report” has ranked the joint Millersville-Shippensburg University master of social work program 141st out of 217 master of social work programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of […]


    April 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, @ 8:00 PM

    April 17, 24, @ 2:00 PM

    Dutcher Hall, Rafters Theatre

    An incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet café. A stranger at the next table who ha […]

  • Room, board and fees at Millersville University for the 2016-17 school year will only increase one percent. The increase was approved by the Millersville University Council of Trustees (COT) at their March 16 […]

  • Between now and April 11 the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) is hosting a competition to reduce energy consumption. PASSHE Unplugged is a competition measuring electrical energy consumption […]

  • On Saturday, March 12, hundreds of K-12 students from around the East Coast of Pennsylvania will gather at Millersville University to participate in the annual Odyssey of the Mind competition.  More than 540 […]

  • The Walker Center Fellows, along with the Center for Civic and Community Engagement at Millersville University, will host Super Tuesday on March 1, in the Student Memorial Center (SMC) starting at 7 p.m.  This […]

  • The Millersville University campus community will be honoring the life of Karlie Hall on Saturday, Feb. 20 at 2 p.m. at Bard Hall on the Millersville campus.  MU freshman Karlie Hall’s young life ended tr […]

  • This edition of Who Makes Millersville Special features Dr. Daniel O’Neill, professor of counseling and human development.

    Q: Where are you originally from?

    I was born in New York, but when I was t […]

  • Millersville University College of Graduate Studies and Adult Learning will be launching the new “MUsings: The Graduate Journal” at Made in Millersville in April. The new Graduate Journal will showcase work don […]

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