Natalie FloryStaff Writer The first-ever Boundless Arts and Humanities Conference took place at the Ware Center on Oct. 11 and 12. The conference featured student presenters from eight schools in the PASSHE system, including a . . .
Jason Hertz Multimedia Coordinator John Gizzi, Chief Political and White House Correspondent for Newsmax, spoke at Millersville University on Wednesday night, Oct. 24. His session was titled “The Press and Civil Society: Where the Relationship . . .
Taylor Cole Staff Writer With so many programs in place to ensure student success in the classroom, are students still being left without the tools they need to succeed? Unfortunately, the answer is sometimes yes, . . .
Julia Snyder Managing Editor Members of the Millersville University Student Business Association will be traveling to Orlando to attend an international business conference hosted by the Society for Advancement of Management on Thursday, March 30. . . .
Maria Glotfelter Features Editor The application to Made in Millersville is now available online for students. MIM is an annual conference held locally here at Millersville University. MIM welcomes projects, presentations, and performances from all . . .
Maria Glotfelter Features Editor The PASSHE Undergraduate Research Conference in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics is now accepting undergraduate proposals. Research for the following disciplines is permissible to submit: Anthropology, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer & . . .
Julia Snyder Associate News Editor Millersville University hosted the annual Pennsylvania State Education Association conference for the Southern Region chapter Feb. 7. The theme of the conference was “Diversity in the Classroom.” Two Millersville University . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor The college experience often consists of many things: fun times shared with friends, tons of coffee, classes that start entirely too early and, of course, plenty of research. While the thought . . .
Kaitlin Specht News Writer The 2013 International Human Rights Conference, which was held from Sept. 25-26, had a variety of speakers for specific sessions. Topics were held in honor to promote the importance of all . . .