Originally published February 24, 2016.
The basement of Breidenstein Hall flourishes with passion, creativity and energy; this location offers solace for ceramics students and faculty. Millersville and the surrounding Lancaster area are blooming with beautiful artwork and electrifying energy that leaves visitors and residents in awe.Read More »
Originally published February 17, 2016.
The rights for student journalists have been contested since their conception. A simple Google search can return millions of instances of students being silenced, told what they can and can’t write or publish. Recently, one of the universities that has been under fire due to these infringements is Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Md.Read More »
Originally published February 17, 2015.
The word “nanotechnology” could intimidate nearly anyone in a liberal arts setting, but because of the efforts of Mark Atwater, Associate Professor in the Applied Engineering, Safety and Technology department, students will be able to research and experience all it has to offer.Read More »
Originally published February 15, 2015.
Very few people could say they have seen Queen, Pink Floyd, Aerosmith and Elton John live; however, this is one of the many things that sets Jill Craven, Chair of English; Professor of Film Studies and Cabinet Fellow at Millersville University, apart from others.Read More »
Originally published February 5, 2016.
The college experience often consists of many things: fun times shared with friends, tons of coffee, classes that start entirely too early and, of course, plenty of research. While the thought of research may send many students into a stress-induced panic, Millersville consistently finds ways to make research and learning more fun and applicable to one’s future. One of the most blatant examples of this is Made in Millersville, an annual event that showcases a creative variety of research projects Millersville students have done.Read More »
Originally published October 15, 2015.
Feminism is one of the largest social movements to take place in western society, yet it’s possibly one of the most misunderstood concepts in today’s culture. By definition, feminism is “the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men,” according to the Oxford Dictionary. The idea of this is still considered very taboo to talk about.Read More »
Originally published October 13, 2015.
In high school, most read books such as “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “The Great Gatsby;” in fact, it seems so commonplace that many forget how often the very same books are banned from schools for being unsuited towards children and young adults.Read More »
Originally published October 6, 2015.
In a world where corporations are overtaking the industry, driving many small, family-owned businesses out, the diverse businesses of Millersville have stuck together for over 25 years.Read More »
Published on April 23, 2015.
When Harriet Kenderdine, a long-time member of the League of Women Voters of Lancaster County, died, she did something rather spectacular: she set aside funds so that lecturers could attend public events on behalf of the LWV, underwriting the costs as long as the speaker was representative of their ideals, which include educating voters and promoting the advancement of civil rights, according to the LWV’s 2013 spring bulletin. The lectures are hosted by Millersville University.Read More »
Originally published April 15, 2015.
As the end of the semester winds down, it’s hard to not think about what the next year has to bring. For many students in Millersville, these plans include returning in the fall to yet another semester, filling out scholarship forms and making sure they meet the registration deadline.Read More »