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Dean Weighs in on MU’s Education School

Founded as a Normal School in 1855, Millersville University has always been recognized for producing high-quality educators. Over the years the University has diversified its program offerings, but education remains […]

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Made in Millersville

By Devin Marino ’18 Made in Millersville is an annual conference to showcase the scholarly and creative work of Millersville University students. Hundreds of students and faculty from different disciplines […]

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Keeping Campus Caffeinated

By Aaron Jaffe ‘17 I walked into Gordinier Hall on an abnormally warm winter morning to get my breakfast at the new Saxbys Café. There was the smell of brewing […]

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Class Notes: Spring/Summer 2017

1950s Virginia Horst Loewen ’54, State College, published many books for children and articles in “Highlights for Children,” “The Secret Place,” “The Upper Room” and many other local publications.  Her […]

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It’s a Bug’s Life

By Laura Knowles Some might call them bugs. For Millersville alumni and students in the field of Entomology, they are insects, and these creatures are their life’s work. “Many people […]

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Learning on the Job

By Kate Hartman In today’s economic climate, college graduates enter into an immensely competitive job market regardless of their degree and chosen profession. Unlike decades past, securing a job requires […]

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Making International Connections

By Kate Hartman Millersville University was founded as a teacher’s college in 1855. While the University has greatly expanded its programs of study to include STEM (science, technology, engineering and […]

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What’s New at MU?

By Devin Marino From the recently completed living-learning communities to a freshly renovated dining hall, there is a lot that’s new and exciting on Millersville’s campus. Stop by and see for yourself. […]

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Class Notes: Fall/Winter 2016-17

1950s Robert E. McCann ’54, Seven Valleys, retired from teaching English at William Penn H.S., in New Castle, Del., in June 1985. He went on to teach at York College […]

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Class Notes: Spring/Summer 2016

[box size=”large” style=”rounded”]Class Notes | Weddings | Births | Obits[/box] Class Notes 1950s Victor Bove ’54, Lancaster, was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by Council 867 of the Knights of […]

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Why I Give

Putting Young Women into the Competition When Millersville University’s field hockey team won their first-ever NCAA Championship in Louisville, Kentucky, last fall, one fan in Lancaster was especially thrilled by […]

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Embracing Diversity

by Jon Rutter  Leaving freshman English that hot August day in 2013, Samuel Brown felt tense. The semester was rolling. Brown had long since won scholarships and lugged his stuff […]