The theme of this year’s parade is “Animal Kingdom” and entries range from the Philadelphia Mummers to handmade floats by local children’s groups.
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is contributing 177 plants representing 31 different native tree and shrub species.
Millersville University awarded the TRIO Talent Search grant from the Department of Education.
The pink fountains will return this year for Breast-A-Ville.
Jonathan Groff, of “Frozen,” “Hamilton” and “Spring Awakening” fame stopped by Millersville University’s Ware Center.
From police presence to security cameras, Millersville University’s Police Chief discusses safety on campus.
11th Consecutive Year for Diversity Award
The orchard will include 40 trees consisting of a variety of fruits next to the Millersville water tower.
The impetus behind the recycling project is to give students an authentic experience in plastics recycling.
The 9/11 event is open to the public and is being held in honor of all of those citizens and responders who lost their lives.
This fall students have the opportunity to earn a certificate in telehealth.
Our goal is to not only help our students feel at home at Millersville, but in the greater Lancaster community as well.