Danielle Kreider News Editor Last Wednesday, September 26, a remote desktop attack hit Millersville’s campus with brute force from Asia. Universities and colleges are frequently targets of these types of cyber attacks. Due to its . . .
Hayley Addesa Features Writer Ladies and gentlemen, it’s here: iPhone 5 has landed. The functional convenient iPhone has changed the people of today. Ease of use and having everything in one spot right at your . . .
Marissa Incitti Features Editor With education jobs becoming harder to get, it’s good to get an edge. The Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association (TEECA) offers multiple opportunities for technical and engineering education majors to . . .
Millersville students were surprised Friday when they tried to open their e-mail. They encountered this message:
Marauder Mail is still unavailable. Information Technology staff continues to work closely with vendor support; our case has been escalated to highest tier support. . . .
Millersville University’s Department of Technology and Industry students will soon be able to box up a new industrial experience, thanks to a generous donation of ArtiosCAD software, valued at $449,300, from Esko Graphics, Inc. to Dr. Mark Snyder, who is developing a class on packaging science as part of the Graphic Communication option. . . .