Tuesday, October 4th, 2022
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2022 Midterm Elections: What Students Should Know 

The Center for Civic Responsibility and Leadership has numerous resources for students to learn about and become more engaged in their government.

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Seeing Double at the ‘Ville

This fall nine sets of twins started as first-year students at Millersville University.

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A New Café Opens On Campus

“It’s essential to have a campus space that is both designed by students and run by students.”

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Professor Testifies in Murder Trial as Forensic Botanist

Dr. Christopher Hardy testified during a murder trial using plant evidence.

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National Night Out Strengthens Community Relationships

Millersville University Police will participate in National Night Out.

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New Summer Institute Focuses on Inclusion 

“Increasing inclusion, diversity and equity in our K-12 schools is critical.”

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Above Average Number of 90 Degree Days Expected This Summer

Hot days, frequent bouts of showers and an active hurricane season.

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Too Good to Be True: Avoiding Crypto Scams on Social Media

If you’ve spent any time on social media, you’ve almost certainly come across an internet scam.

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Senior Helps Launch Music Conference and Festival

‘Ville student took the lead on the photo/video team for the Launch Music Conference and Festival.

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Finding Solutions to Poverty, Hunger, Quality Education and Climate Change

Rashin Osman served as the lead for the Ubuntu Leaders Fellows Program.

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‘Ville’s Student Safety Chapter Honored

MU’s American Society of Safety Professionals Named Student Section of the Year 

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Tips for a Great Yard from a Pro

Lawn advice from an expert who cares for a 235-acre lawn.