Marianne Caesar Features Writer While working on papers and studying for exams, students are often thinking about the timeliness in which they will graduate. Not often though, do they contemplate how the experience of returning . . .
Perhaps under varied names, organizations created in order to collect donations from a departing senior class for honoring Millersville University, have been around since 1866.
Since then, clocks, brick-layed walk-ways, water-fountains, pillars, welcome walls and so many other structures have been erected in honor of years of yore’s Alma Mater, Millersville University. . . .
On Saturday, the 27 contestants from the Millersville Community of students and alumni took part in the second year of Ville Idol. The event was a competition judged on vocal abilities and performance on stage, with the contestants competing for a $1,000 first prize and a $250 second prize in each category. The theme for round one was 60’s and 70’s songs. The songs were a variety ranging from The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, The Beatles, Ray Charles to Kenny Rogers. Hosting this event was Lori Burkholder. . . .
During the Fall semester of 2007, a talented but anxious contestant entered the “Ville Idol” competition and found out on Oct. 12, the day before the huge Taylor Hicks homecoming concert was to be held, that they would be opening for none other but Hicks himself, the winner of the fifth-annual “American Idol” competition. . . .