Julia WaltersStaff Writer Anyone who has frequented the SMC knows the friendly faces at PSECU who always stand attentively outside of room 110. But many students were surprised when they came back this fall and . . .
Jared Hameloth News Editor Raised voices, audience snickers, and poetry snaps could all be heard coming out of SMC 118 on Tuesday night. Millersville’s College Democrats and College Republicans faced off in what was advertised . . .
Jared Hameloth News Editor On Tuesday, Feb. 13, the second presidential candidate for Millersville visited. Dr. Mary Gowan visited the campus over a three day period, and held an “open forum” where she answered questions . . .
Jared Hameloth News Editor On Tuesday, Jan. 30, the grand opening was held for the new Intercultural Center for Student Engagement (ICSE). The opening was held in the SMC atrium during common hour, with a . . .
Maria Glotfelter Features Editor Interested in going to graduate school? Attend Millersville’s Graduate School Fair on Thursday, October 27th, from 10:30 am to 2:00 pm! The event will be held in the Reighard Multipurpose Room . . .
Katelyn Tarasiewicz Guest Writer When you call Millersville University to ask a question, to find someone’s direct number or for any other reason, do you know who you are asking for help? Some may be . . .
Christina Cardamone News Writer The Student Memorial Center (SMC) is the living room of Millersville University’s campus. Many activities and events take place within the building to provide students with entertainment and stress outlets. One . . .
Due to harsh weather conditions, the SMC renovations are behind schedule, but this will not be a pressing issue for the next phase of construction.
Several changes were made over the break. “The construction crews finished the footers and brought the area in front of the RMPR up to grade,” said Geoff Beers, Chief Operating Officer. The crew also continued to work on the footers and walls for the new open recreational area, as well as complete the concrete walls of the mechanical room. . . .
Orange fences, blocked roadways, and confused faces are a common sight on campus this semester.
This is due to a proposed ten year plan that will make many changes all over the Millersville University campus. . . .