Winter Weather Safety for the 2017 Season

November 9, 2017

Adam Roser Graduate Assistant, Center for Disaster Research and Education As the days become shorter and cold temperatures start to greet us on our way out the door, there is only one thing on our . . .

Residence halls increase safety measures

September 30, 2015

Kelsey Bundra Editor-In-Chief stated that Millersville University is one of the safest college campuses in US. This comes on the coattails of housing introducing a new guest policy for the residence halls. “The major . . .

Blue phones provide peace of mind

November 18, 2014

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 . . .

Do you know enough about the Red Zone?

October 9, 2013

Rachel Delaney Features Writer Sexual assault never seems like the type of thing that could happen to you, but it can. The Red Zone is generally known as the first six weeks of the semester, . . .

Student Senate Safety Day held in the Quad

April 17, 2010

April 8th called for beautiful weather and there was not any better day to hold Safety Day here at the Ville. Safety Day, was sponsored by the Student Senate Safety Committee, and was an initiative to get students informed and involved in issues that are vital to having a healthy and safe campus life. . . .

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