Tuition policy uncertainty

November 18, 2014 0

Nikki Schaffer Features Editor A sudden and unexpected change occurred for students this semester with the implementation of Millersville University’s new per-credit-hour cost of tuition. On July 8 this year, the Board of Governors (BOG)

Blue phones provide peace of mind

November 18, 2014 0

Kelsey Bundra News Editor While walking around campus, you may wonder about the purpose of blue boxes with the red button. These blue phones are emergency call boxes. If a student presses the button, he

Parking changes on campus affect students

November 18, 2014 0

Nathan Curry Contributing Writer Parking on Millersville University’s campus can seem scarce for students. Some students blame the shortage of parking spots on the increase of professor parking spots that cover up the student parking

Talib Kweli: Rapper and activist speaks to Millersville

November 18, 2014 0

Shianne Hargrove Staff Writer Hip-Hop fans, interested students and faculty alike all joined Tuesday, Nov. 11 at the Student Memorial Center’s Multipurpose Room to hear rapper/activist Talib Kweli speak on the subject of Hip-Hop. The

Snapper Spotlight: Dr. Jennifer F. Wood

November 18, 2014 0

Aaron Jaffe Staff Writer Dr. Jennifer F. Wood is a tenured associate professor in the Communication Theatre department. Her expertise is public relations, business and professional communication, and organizational communication. She has been a professor

Millersville gets hairy

November 12, 2014 0

Joseph Roehm Staff Writer Where to begin. Thanksgiving is right around the corner. The leaves are falling, the ducks are flying south and the swans are cuddling more than ever. This also means that the

Snapper Spotlight

November 12, 2014 0

Aaron Jaffe Staff Writer Any person in an organization or that works for Student Services should be aware of all that is offered to us as students. One of these resources is the Banking Center

Faculty goes to Chile to strengthen ties

November 12, 2014 0

Kelsey Bundra News Editor A group of Millersville professors traveled to Valparaíso, Chile to assist in disaster prevention and strengthen ties with a partner university. Pontificia Universidad Católica De Valparaíso has had a student exchange

Cellular celebrity Henrietta Lacks' family visits MU

November 11, 2014 0

Marianne Caesar Features Writer Students, faculty and community members were given an opportunity to listen to and meet with the grandchildren of cellular celebrity Henrietta Lacks, from whom cells have been used in mass production

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