The years 1925-1945 were an age of expansion and development. During these decades, the world was introduced to many new technologies and experienced many tragedies. The events of this time period were influenced by the . . .
The Millersville University we’ve all grown to love is actually nowhere close to the Millersville that students in the 1920s attended. Of course, there were updates in technology and staffing since then, but the fundamental . . .
In Millersville News: Millersville saw a new president enter in April 2013. Dr. John Anderson took over as the 14th president of Millersville University. He replaced Dr. Francine McNairy. Anderson works to make the university . . .
TheSnapper.com is The Snapper’s website. It was created in 2000. “We wanted to keep up with modern technology and current journalism methods. We didn’t want to become a fossil on campus, so the staff created . . .
In 1946, Millersville University was known as the Millersville State Teacher’s College. And then became Millersville State College in 1959. The School became a fully accredited teachers college after passing the Middle States Association of . . .