Two teams of three Millersville students recently tested their problem solving skills in the 32nd annual Association for Computing Machinery’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Collegiate Programming Contest. The contest was hosted by Shippensburg University and is the first tier of ACM’s International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC). . . .
If it is the season of scares, and I am not talking about the presidential election, then you can assume there is another Saw film. This year, Lionsgate Films gives gore enthusiasts their fifth installment in the series and as an annual tradition, I was in the audience opening weekend.
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Taking her mark on the block, freshman Brittany Neifert prepared to swim her first race in her college career, a milestone in itself. However a milestone that would soon be over- shadowed by a new accomplishment. . . .
The year, 1972: A simple report on a burglary at the Watergate Office complex unfolds into a two-year enterprise, undertaken by intrepid reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein of The Washington Post. . . .
On Oct. 26, over 100 participants, dressed in pink t-shirts, arrived for Millersville’s 5K walk named “Race 4 Rita”. The walk is named in honor of Dr. Rita Smith Wade-El, a psychology professor at Millersville. . . .
When Dr. Timothy Mayers began writing his novel, Intelligence Manifesto, in May of 2006, he never knew it would win the 2008 Paradigm Novel Contest sponsored by Rain Farm Press. Mayers novel bested a field of about 80 other novels and he received a $500 cash prize, a publication contract for his novel with Rain Farm Press, an interview for a feature article in Paradigm magazine, as well as a substantial response from the local media. . . .