’Ville Daily | November 30, 2020
FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS
COVID-19 TIP OF THE WEEK – If you were exposed to COVID-19 at a holiday gathering, while traveling, or at any time, quarantine yourself to protect others.
New Today – December 2020 Council of Trustees’ Meetings
From Nov. 25 – Campus Shuttle Update
From Nov. 24 – Indoor Air Temperatures During Break
New Today – Are You Looking for a Success Coach?
New Today – Hiring Educational Support Coaches
New Today – Carter G. Woodson Event
New Today – Seeking OL Recommendations
From Nov. 24 – Dress Red Invitation – Save the date!
11/30 – LNP – Front page feature article includes interview with Millersville’s Dr. Christopher Hardy ‘Some sort of patriotism’: Conservationists work locally to restore the American chestnut tree
11/30 – WalletHub – Dr. Duane Hagelgans’ work featured in 2020’s Safest Cities in America
11/28 – C-SPAN – Millersville University history professor emeritus Francis Bremer discusses William Bradford, governor of the Plymouth Colony. He focuses on how perceptions of Bradford and the Pilgrims have changed in the 400 years since their arrival in North America.
The Snapper –
11/27 – BerNews – MU mentioned in Bermuda College Fair To Be Held Virtually
11/26 – Congregrational Library Facebook Page – Francis Bremer’s work featured here
- 11/29 – Eric Horst quoted in An early snowstorm, a new bridge, and an election decided by coin toss [Lancaster That Was]
- 11/26 – MU mentioned in ‘We can continue to serve our community’: Lancaster County churches opt for drive-thrus to provide Thanksgiving meals
11/25 – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – MU mentioned in Living on an hourly wage and worrying
5/10 – Forum Network – Francis Bremer featured in The Unappreciated Role of Women in the Shaping of Puritanism
TOP SOCIAL MEDIA POST
Instagram – Congrats to Dr. Richard Clark!
EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
1/20 – Spring semester starts