December 18, 2020

’Ville Daily | December 18, 2020

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

COVID tip of the week: Students are asked to quarantine for 10 days before returning to campus for spring semester.

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

From Dec. 17 – Library – Updated services & hours for Winter Session

From Dec. 17 – Save the Date for One Day Give, February 25, 2021

From Dec. 15 – Student Academic Standing-Fall 2020

From Dec. 14 – End of Year Processing Deadline for Deposits

From Dec. 14 – Final Check/ACH Processing & Payment Run for 2020

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STUDENT NEWS & STUDENT EVENTS (GET INVOLVED)

From Dec. 14 – New Housing Blog Post: Best Student Discounts Part Two

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FACULTY/STAFF NEWS

From Dec. 17 – Completion of Background Checks by University Faculty

From Dec. 17 – Holiday Schedule: Who Works, Who Needs to Submit Leave

From Dec. 17 – Faculty & Staff Support Offered in Winter Wellness Wonderland Programming

From Dec. 17 – Dress Red Invitation 2021!

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NEWS RELEASES

The 20 most memorable and outstanding teams, athletes and moments of the last 20 years (No. 20-16)

Millersville Assists Arts Projects Through Pandemic

State of the Marauders: Women’s swimming excited for expanded roster ahead of shortened season

Faculty/Staff Activities for December

No Increase in Room and Board

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MEDIA COVERAGE

LNP/LancasterOnline:

Dr. Dominique A. Didier, MU professor and ichthyologist quoted in:

12/17 – Courier Post – MU mentioned in The All-South Jersey boys soccer team

12/16 – ABC27 – Dr. Duane Hagelgans interviewed on storm preparedness.

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TOP SOCIAL MEDIA POST

Instagram – Meet December grad Jasmine Gray

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

12/19 – Register for Manual Cinema’s inventive “Christmas Carol” streaming LIVE December 19

1/20 – Spring semester starts

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