Mickayla MillerEditor In Chief Let’s face it: hardly anyone likes being a fifth-year senior. You watched last May as all of your friends walked across the stage, accepting their diplomas with doe eyes, not worrying . . .
David Brubaker Staff Writer Millersville student Andy Miller made his mark on history the other day when he broke an unofficial world record by rethinking one of Nintendo’s most historically popular video game consoles. Miller, . . .
Julia Snyder Associate News Editor On Oct. 25, Millersville University lost a community member. Keith Brunner, 63, was an MU student and a tutor at HACC. He was a senior computer science major at Millersville . . .
Jean Georges Features Writer Each year, the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium (PERC) recognizes universities across Pennsylvania with the Campus Sustainability Champion (CSC) Award. This year, Millersville’s own Stephanie Bradley, a junior majoring in social work, . . .
Becca DeVerter Senate Recording Secretary On October 4, the five new Student Senators who won the New Senator Elections were inducted. Congratulations to Katelyn Thomson, Randi Chrismer, Allie Vogel, Michael Brockett, and Calvin Warfield for . . .
Becca DeVerter Senate Recording Secretary On September 13, Dr. Marquez came in and talked to the Student Senate about the new general education requirements that became effective immediately. The writing requirement went from . . .
Millersville University President Dr. Francine McNairy invited the Student Senate to the Tanger House for dinner. It was an all-around great time to mingle with the Senators and learn more about them personally as well as learn more about Dr. McNairy. Other guests present at dinner were Student Senate Advisors Tom Richardson and Dr. Aminta Breaux, and Kelly Duncan of Student Programs. . . .
The Student Senate was busy this week as always. Dr. Burns visited to speak on behalf of the Middle States program and evaluating Millersville as a university. Evaluators were on campus earlier this week talking to students about life at Millersville and getting the most out of the university. Student senators attended the event. Dwight Horsey and Senate Treasurer Joe Muller spoke on behalf of making an exception and the process of allocations for the Cultural Affairs Committee. The Committee brings many events to campus and will have nowhere to house their performances and speakers with the closure of the SMC and Lyte. The Committee is planning to bring smaller performers in to McComsey and save their money for two years to bring bigger name performances in 2012 which will give Millersville an even better name. The allocations exception proposal was passed. . . .