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Cancel classes during Made in Millersville

March 27, 2019

By Jessie GarrisonAssociate Opinion Editor If the purpose of Made in Millersville is to showcase students, why are classes not canceled? Made in Millersville is a conference to showcase the works of Millersville students. Made . . .

Students present their art at Made in Millersville

April 19, 2018

Brenden Curry Sports Editor Amidst all of the scholarly, academic research posters and presentations many Millersville students presented on Tuesday, the arts also provided the passionate spirit of Millersville academics. “I’m not necessarily the most . . .

Students shine at Made in Millersville

April 19, 2018

Jared Hameloth News Editor The McNairy Library tolerated more noise than usual on Tuesday, with hundreds of students, faculty, and members of the public bustling around in the lobby and other floors for the Made . . .

Made in Millersville shows off student scholarship

April 20, 2017

Kaylee Rex Staff Writer Made in Millersville is an annual event that highlights Millersville University students’ creative and academic work. Students, individually, in groups, or in classes showcase their work through presentations, discussions, posters, visual . . .

Publishing opportunity for undergraduates

January 26, 2017

Julia Snyder  Managing Editor As the fall semester continues to crawl to a close, it’s typically the time of year that students begin to look forward to the spring semester. Schedules are being finalized, companies . . .

Design contest open to all MU students

March 4, 2016

Allie Remis Arts & Culture Editor The next stage in the 1970 Electric VW Bus Project includes a call for designs for a vinyl wrap that will eventually cover the van. The van is currently . . .

Made in Millersville shows student research

February 5, 2016

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 . . .