Millersville University recognizes February as Black History Month, also known as Black Heritage Month with a variety of events planned.
Millersville University has two events on campus and one at the Ware Center in Lancaster to honor Veterans during Veterans Week.
Throughout the month, events are scheduled to both inform and celebrate.
Arts Smarts Camps have been created especially for kids in two grade-level ranges, Kindergarten-Grade 2 and Grades 3-5.
Millersville Visual and Performing Arts Center Receives Grants to Make Art Accessible for Community.
Throughout the month, events have been planned to inform the community about Black heritage, as well as celebrate it.
While The Ware Center is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s cultural impact over the last 10 years on downtown Lancaster and Millersville University cannot be overlooked.
The new lights at the Ware Center contribute to Millersville’s goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2040.
The ‘Ville is celebrating the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth.
Spoken word festival in honor of Veterans’ Day.
Eight of the universities in the PASSHE system will be represented at Boundless.
Building an understanding of the pathways to the opioid epidemic and its impact on individuals and communities.