There is no safety net more effective on Millersville’s campus than Sergeant Melvin directing pedestrians across George St. Those patented words of,“cross at the crosswalks,” brings a sense of refuge which is felt in little frequency here at Millersville. . . .
A huge run in the first half of the Cheyney game, which transitioned through the halftime break and into the second half, enabled Millersville’s women’s basketball team to add yet another victory to their season resume. . . .
Millersville University has earned its place on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. The outstanding service of Millersville’s students and various organizations on campus is what earned the University’s spot on the prestigious list. Only a select amount of institutions are chosen each year to receive this award and it is the most distinguished award a college or university can receive for community service recognition. . . .
Millersville University’s record label is unlike any other organization on campus. They are a student run, non-profit group called, First Dimension Records or FDR. According to the label’s website, FDR focuses on “creating a quality product that is competitive with other independent labels.” . . .
I have a thrilling update on my ongoing struggle with housing. So, the last time I griped in The Snapper about this I recalled the agonizing affair with a step-by-step description of the housing process for juniors and seniors. . . .
Upon the signing of the Vision 2020 statement last month, Robert Slabinski, C.E.O. of Student Lodging, Inc. and Student Services, Inc., went above and beyond his annual $400,000 contribution to the Millersville Borough by announcing a gift of an additional $10,000. . . .
Into the Woods, a musical based on various fairytale stories, will be performed by ACMO March 12-15 in Lyte Auditorium. With music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, the cast has been pushed in various musical challenges. . . .
Millersville’s men’s basketball team survived two potential meltdowns last week en route to winning both of their games, improving their record to 10-15 overall and 4-8 in conference play. Despite having double-digit leads in the second half in games against Cheyney and Bloomsburg, the Marauders managed to hold off late charges and pull away with victories keeping their slim playoff hopes alive. . . .