Dr. Karen Whitney acts as interim chancellor of PASSHE

September 26, 2017

Mickayla Miller News Editor The sudden announcement of retirement from Frank Brogan, the then-Chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE), came as a shock to students, universities and the public. While some . . .

PASSHE considers removing schools from state system

February 23, 2017

Peyton Powell Staff Writer “Change is on the horizon.” These are the exact words said by PASSHE’s chancellor Frank Brogan during his “State of the System” address regarding changes that could possibly affect some of . . .

The strike is over… So, now what?

November 3, 2016

Mickayla Miller News Editor While many may have found solace in the long homecoming weekend caused by the historical teacher’s union strike, many faculty and students took this time to show their solidarity and pride . . .

APSCUF announces strike

October 19, 2016

Allison Remis Editor-In-Chief APSCUF announced the beginning of the strike on their Facebook page shortly after 5am. Both university faculty and student volunteers formed picket lines across Millersville’s campus and the other thirteen PASSHE campuses . . .

PASSHE STEM conference accepting applications

September 19, 2016

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 & . . .

Ville unplugs for PASSHE conservation competition

April 7, 2016

Marianne Caesar Features Editor This week marks the second week of Millersville University’s energy conservation campaign, promoting the awareness and reduction of energy consumption and the carbon footprint. A response to MU’s completed climate action . . .

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