Kelly Herr wrote a new post, $4.2 Million Wehrheim Scholarships Aim to Empower Nontraditional Nursing Students, on the site Millersville News 7 months, 2 weeks ago
MIRTHA CHAVEZ-LOPEZ arrived in the United States with her young children 22 years ago. She was a lab technician in Cuba but struggled to find work in the U.S. She first worked as a housekeeper and in factories […]
LA VERNE BROWN HYMAN ’56, Lititz, retired from Cocalico School District on 8/18/2020 after 61 years of teaching.
JOSEPH P. DEFRANCO ’59, Philadelphia, retired after 59 years of education and adm […]
Preparedness is defined by the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as “a continuous cycle of planning, organizing, training, equipping, exercising, evaluating and t […]
PATRICK WEAVER is a 2017 graduate of Millersville University with a degree in government and political affairs. In the three short years since graduation, he’s worked for the Department of Homeland Security a […]
Editor’s Note: It was announced after we went to press with the magazine that Dr. Vilas Prabhu will remain at Millersville University until the end of June 2021.
Dr. Vilas Prabhu will retire in March 2021 after […]
Kelly Herr wrote a new post, Counseling Center Becomes HUB for Students in Need, on the site Millersville News 7 months, 4 weeks ago
Here’s how the faculty and staff at Millersville’s Counseling Center were an anchor for students during uncertain times.
The Counseling Center at Millersville University has long served as an anchor for stu […]
Fast forward to 2020 and the 10th anniversary of Millersville University’s Ware Center, a showcase of culture and talent from near and far, with events, sometimes multiple events, happening most day […]
WHAT IS A UNIVERSITY?
Is it a place? Is it a collection of students and the staff that supports them? Is it the research and academic work that is completed? Is it a feeling of pride?
When put to the test, […]
May was a monumental month for Millersville University. On May 6, 2020, the University announced the first named college in its 165- year history, and three days later, 93 students graduated from the Lombardo […]
Kelly Herr wrote a new post, Ecclesiastes and <i>The Tempest</i>: The Preacher’s Influence on Shakespeare, on the site MUsings: The Graduate Journal 1 year, 4 months ago
by Mariah Lynch
“Hebel hebelim! All is hebel,” declares the “Preacher” (or “Qohelet,” as termed in the Hebrew) in the opening lines of his great treatise, the book of Ecclesiastes. In this piece, Qohelet pre […]
Kelly Herr wrote a new post, Performing Black Queerness in the Works of James Baldwin and Danez Smith, on the site MUsings: The Graduate Journal 1 year, 4 months ago
By Maria Rovito
Race and sexuality play dominant forces in forming one’s identity, particularly the manner in which both identities intermingle with each other through the formation of one’s character. Spe […]
Kelly Herr wrote a new post, Achieving or Deceiving: Overcoming the Impostor Syndrome, on the site MUsings: The Graduate Journal 1 year, 5 months ago
By Marie Leatherman
The imposter syndrome goes by many names and affects many people by making hard-earned accomplishments feel meaningless. How does a lack of confidence and ability affect an […]
Kelly Herr wrote a new post, Analyzing the Psychological Needs of the Gifted in <i>Finding Forrester</i>, on the site MUsings: The Graduate Journal 1 year, 6 months ago
By Sarah Lawrence
Jamal Wallace, the main character in Finding Forrester, is a sixteen-year-old gifted student with a backpack full of journals who can hardly contain the stories within his brain. With strong […]
Kelly Herr wrote a new post, Local Communities as Sites of Study: Postcard Reflections of Lancaster, on the site MUsings: The Graduate Journal 1 year, 6 months ago
By Amanda Forst
How do our immediate surroundings engage and inspire new ideas through complex content? Can an object inspire questions and provide answers? How can interactive learning stick? What makes content […]
Kelly Herr wrote a new post, Internalized Inferiority: Panoptic Mechanisms in Joyce’s “Counterparts”, on the site MUsings: The Graduate Journal 1 year, 6 months ago
By Joseph Lacombe
Bleak though the ending of James Joyce’s “Counterparts” may be, Farrington’s rather realistic display of violence not only highlights the unconscious cycles of physical and alcohol abuse in earl […]
Dr. Daniel A. Wubah was inaugurated as the 15th president of Millersville University on April 18, 2019. In a ceremony on the Quad, the campus celebrated with the splendor of color, uplifting music and outdoor […]
Leonel Silva remembers beds floating down the streets in his home country, the Dominican Republic, in 1998 after Hurricane George hit.
“It was cold, wet and our floor was muddy,” says Silva.
Silva was jus […]
To accomplish the University’s mission of providing diverse, dynamic and meaningful experiences that inspire learners, our campus is shining a spotlight on our six core values – EXPLORATION, PROFESSIONALISM, PUB […]
Alum & Trustee Makes Way for Those Coming Behind Him
“I was raised as a product of the village mentality,” Representative JORDAN HARRIS says with pride.
“I had a lot of people who were not necessarily blood […]
Welcome to Millersville University’s Spring 2019 edition of MUsings: The Graduate Journal. Our journal continues to be a creative and scholarly outlet for our graduate students as they explore unique to […]
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