If you’ve seen photos of Millersville University from the 1950s, there’s a good chance they were taken by Myron Bird, class of 1957.
Millersville University Review Magazine, Class Notes
By Alyssa Mancuso ’20 & Devin Marino ’19 With the opening of the zero energy Lombardo Welcome Center, Millersville University is stepping into a more sustainable future. The beautiful metal […]
Millersville University will greet their new crop of incoming students for the 2017-18 academic year on Thursday, Aug. 24.
How MU Professors are Teaching Students to be Smart in a Time of Misinformation By Kate Hartman The term “fake news” is so new to the everyday American vernacular that […]
By Gabrielle Redcay ‘18 Take one step into Millersville University’s Costume Shop and you’ll feel like you’ve entered a new world. First, you’ll be greeted by Priscilla Kaufhold’s cheerful smile. […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
News Release: Cynthia D. Shapira, Chair, Board of Governors Frank T. Brogan, Chancellor Recently, the State System made its case for more investment from the Commonwealth during appropriations hearings held […]
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 […]