Friday, May 20th, 2022
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Jacob Marino New Director for the HUB 

The HUB – described as “a space where students can rest… mind, body, heart and soul” has a new director.

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‘Ville Celebrates Asian Pacific Heritage Month 

“This month is incredibly important because it allows Asians and Pacific Islanders to share our culture and heritage with everyone as well as celebrate our differences.”

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Phi Kappa Phi Honors Newest Inductees 

 Phi Kappa Phi follows its founding members’ philosophical doctrine to recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher education.

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Andrew Geer Named Student Advisor to Millersville Borough

Andrew Geer, a government major at Millersville University, is the new student advisor to Millersville Borough.

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The ‘Ville Celebrates Earth Day 2022

Every day is Earth Day.

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Tuition Freeze for 2022/23 Academic Year

Historic action extends tuition freeze to a fourth year.

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Disability Pride Returns to Millersville University

Events like this are important opportunities to acknowledge that people with disabilities are a valuable and valued part of our community.

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Millersville University’s Campaign Tops $90 Million

Exceeding the Imagination – Millersville University’s Campaign Tops the target of $90 Million.

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World Premiere of Play to Take Place During Holocaust Conference

There will be seven in-person performances of Her Sister in Rafters Theatre at Dutcher Hall.

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Hope in the Time of Fentanyl and Meth

Millersville will host award-winning writer Sam Quinones this month.

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Rankings for Millersville Programs

Millersville University recently received rankings for programs and departments across campus.

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New Grant to Provide Computer and Digital Literacy Training in Lancaster County

Grant will provide computer and digital literacy training to unemployed and underemployed.