Equestrian Club joints Millersville club sports

February 23, 2018 0

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer At the start of the spring semester, Millersville’s Equestrian Club became a member of the Club Sports. To the Equestrian Club’s delight, they were almost unanimously accepted into the Sports Clubs by

Bringing Magic to MU

September 22, 2017 0

Maria Glotfelter Features Editor Magic: The Gathering is a card game which has gained popularity over the years, especially among MU students. Magic Players at Millersville has been around for about four years, and they

MU clubs lose Brooks Hall

April 27, 2017 0

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer At the end of the semester Brooks will be closing and locked up until its future demolition. The building has been home to class courses, offices of professors, and numerous clubs.

Becoming a NARP: Life after sports

April 21, 2016 0

Abbey Daley Contributing Writer For those unfamiliar with the term NARP, it is a common phrase, used by student-athletes in both high school and college, meaning Non-Athletic Regular Person. The term carries a certain essence

African-American Clubs and Organizations on Campus

March 2, 2010 0

There are many opportunities for African-Americans to participate in clubs and organizations such as fraternities and organizations and the Black Student union. Found under the Student Programs page on the Millersville website you can find information about these organizations if you are interested.

Separation of MU and clubs

February 25, 2010 3

Organizations and clubs here at Millersville are a staple of the campus community. These are assets in every university across the country including ours. Organizations stand for the collective thought in which groups of individuals share. These thoughts help grasp the feeling of community in which a university is supposed to provide.

Students attend spring Organizational Outbreak

January 28, 2010 0

Last Tuesday, Jan. 19, the multi-purpose room of the SMC, Student Programs held the winter organizational outbreak. The outbreak lasted from 7-9 p.m. More than 55 organizations joined in the festivities.