January 22, 2019

‘Ville Daily | January 22, 2019




New Today: MLK Week Schedule-Update

New Today: Demystifying Dyslexia: Jan. 26, Resource Day for students, parents, and teachers

New Today: Campus Wireless Network Changes

MLK Week Schedule

Spring Dining Hours 2019

2018 Electronic W-2 announcement

Millersville’s Campus Becoming More Pedestrian Friendly



New Today: Information Session for Students Conducting Research

New Today: Join us this semester for Courageous Conversations

New Today: $5,000 Available for Summer Research! Apply Now!

New Today: Important: Students’ Responsibilities for Added / Dropped Classes

New Today: Student Members Wanted: Marauder Fund Student Investment Association

University Dining is Hiring

Application Open for Orientation Leaders, Peer Educators, PSSI Mentors and Resident Assistants



New Today: Reminder to Faculty Applying for Promotion and/or Tenure in the 2018-19 Cycle and Their Respective Chairs, Deans and Vice Presidents

New Today: Ask IT

New Today: IRB Faculty Sessions

New Today: Reminder – Policy on Missed Class Time for Student-Athletes

Change to March 23rd Admissions Recruitment Event

SAVE THE DATE – NSF Officers to visit Millersville!

SERS Retirement Q & A – 1/31/2019

Take a Hike! Register your team now

Red Dress Invitation 2019



MU English Department Hosts Conference on Dyslexia

Updated Dean’s List – Fall 2018

Marauders storm back to win thriller at Kutztown

Despite career game from Mottern, Marauders lose to Kutztown, 78-63

Greene sets PSAC record in weight throw; Marauders pick up PSAC qualifiers

Wrestling tops American International but drops two at Kuztown Duals



Jan. 22 – LNP – MU meteorologist Eric Horst quoted in, “Freeze Frame”

Jan. 21 – LNP

  • Feature on MLK Breakfast, “Entrepreneur at 31st MLK Breakfast: Financial illiteracy is the ‘civil rights issue of our generation’”
  • Column by MU student Devin Marino, “Reflections on MLK and a rocky childhood”

Jan. 20 – LNP

  • MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in:
    • “Why so little snow? Higher-than-expected temps led to swift changeover to rain, local forecasters say”
    • “We ‘dodged a bullet’: Above-freezing temps helped subdue snowfall Saturday, but a deep freeze may still hamper travel”
    • “Bad weather? Good meals! Plus, yoga on a mission, haiku to warm you, more: A new Sunday”
  • Professor Dr. John McLarnon quoted in, “A hundred years after Prohibition: Why did it start? (And did the booze disappear in Lancaster County?)”
  • “In the Spotlight: Millersville University professor Mary Glazier leads student researchers into real-world projects”

Jan. 19 – LNP

  • “Millersville University temporarily closes portion of East Frederick St. to create pedestrian pathway”
  • MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in:
    • “Winter storm moderates; ‘little or no snow accumulation’ expected in Lancaster”
    • “Live updates, traffic cams: Unpredictable, messy winter storm to start Saturday evening”

Jan. 18 – LNP

  • Eric Horst included in,
    • “Here’s the forecast for the winter storm in Lancaster County this weekend [Updated]”
    • “Replay: Eric Horst talks about the incoming snowstorm beginning Saturday afternoon”

Jan. 18 – Bucks Local News – Profile on alum Corinne Lyczkowski, “Corinne Lyczkowski named acting assistant principal at Pennsbury High School”



Jan. 22 – Spring 2019 Classes Begin

Jan. 23

  • Women’s Basketball vs. Lock Haven, 5:30 p.m.
  • Men’s Basketball vs. Lock Haven, 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 24-25 – Flamenco Vivo – Voces Del Sur

Jan. 25

  • Women’s Indoor Track and Field at Bison Open, 2 p.m.
  • Women’s Indoor Track and Field at F&M Blue and White Invitational, 4 p.m.

Jan. 26

Jan. 27 – Wrestling at Lock Haven, 1 p.m.

Jan. 30

  • Women’s Basketball at East Stroudsburg, 6 p.m.
  • Men’s Basketball at East Stroudsburg, 8 p.m.

Feb. 1 – Wrestling vs. Gannon, 7 p.m.