What are Millersville students, staff and faculty thankful for? Good health, family, friends and more.
“That’s why I wear what I want. Whether it’s ‘trendy’ or not, if I like it, it’ll never be out of style.”
From starting a podcast to getting picked up a TV show, Jennifer Silliman has learned a thing or two life on and behind the camera.
What does Bloody Marys and beignets have in common? These two alumni.
Ever wondered what it’s like to live and work in the South Pole? Millersville alum Mark Dellandre shares about his experiences.
See what your Millersville University classmates are up to in 2023. New jobs, weddings, babies, and more.
Coming in at #3 is the return of in-person events to Millersville. Campus was once again bustling with students, faculty, staff, alumni and visitors from the surrounding community. We were […]
LNP 11/14/2022 Page : A01 LAW ENFORCEMENT Local police seek more women Several county departments enroll in 30X30 Initiative to raise female ranks to 30% BRIAN MARKELY Women comprise about […]
Chas McCormick, Millersville University alumnus, faced off in the World Series with the Houston Astros against the Philadelphia Phillies. McCormick was drafted by the Astros in 2017 and made his […]
The director of Navigators discusses why campus ministries are important to the well-being of students.
The Ware Center is hosting a number of celebrations for Juneteenth.
The graduate counseling and psychology programs at Millersville University have produced excellent practitioners over the years. This year, two graduates of the University were named the top counselor and psychologist […]