Mentoring matters

February 26, 2014 0

Ali Chiavetta Features Writer It’s the time of year when student residential housing job applications are being released. While application deadlines for orientation leaders, resident assistants and senior desk attendants have passed, there is still

Off-campus adventures

September 11, 2013 0

Kelsey Bundra Features Writer Ville Getaway Weekend has a long standing tradition of allowing freshman and transfer students to meet new people by camping at a local campground. Circle M campground is located five minutes

Freshman survival guide

September 11, 2013 0

Nikki Schaffer Features Editor Now that we are into the third week of classes, most freshmen have assimilated into the daily routine of college life and will pass by others unnoticed. However, behind each confident

Orienting the Orientation Leaders 2013

February 13, 2013 0

Molly Carl Arts & Culture Writer Most everyone who is currently attending or has attended Millersville University in the past has gone through the orientation program. They’ve done all of the ice breakers and attended

Freshmen 101: The basics

October 3, 2012 0

Marteena Oliphant News Writer This past week The Center for Student Involvement and Leadership, and The Black Student Union at Millersville University had their attention fixed on the freshmen. The Successful Transitions and Academic Readiness

Wise Words for Freshman

September 9, 2009 0

The sight of so many new faces around campus has me conjuring up old memories of what it was like to be a freshman.

The prevailing smell of manure in the morning, the quest to cross George Street at the crosswalks during lunch and the first bite of gordinier food has me reminiscing my first year of college.