Anne Shaffer Assistant Features Editor Senior year presents all sorts of challenges: classes are getting more difficult, work is piling on demands, and extracurricular activities are taking up more and more time. However, the more . . .
On Sept. 29, 2008, Dr. Timothy Mayers of the English Department was sent an e-mail informing him that his novel, Intelligence Manifesto, bested a field of 80 to win the 2008 Paradigm Novel Contest – and on Feb. 5, 2009, the contest sponsor and publishing company responsible for publishing Mayers’ book, Rain Farm Press, sent him another e-mail. . . .
Education seems to be a top priority for both the national and state governments. The recently released Obama budget has made college education a focal point for the growth of America. President Obama described these times ahead by titling his 2009-10 budget “A New Era of Responsibility.” . . .
On Friday, March 13, Millersville University held a two day Economic Policy Conference which was organized to discuss the fundamentals of the global economy and reaffirming and redefining “Middle Class” in the 21st century. . . .
Recession-proof industries are the talk of the town recently. People are curious to know where they can secure a job and if they own a business, if they can go on running their business rather than preparing for disaster. . . .
History professor and Center for Public Impact Director for Millersville’s Civic and Community Engagement and Research Project, John McLarnon, introduced a panel of faculty members Monday, Feb. 23 to discuss economic issues in a forum with students and other faculty members. . . .