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Karlie Hall

Millersville University To Provide Transportation For Students To Slain Freshman’s Funeral

Services for Millersville University student Karlie Hall will be held Saturday at a chapel in her native Kennett Square, outside Philadelphia.

02/13/2015

(Photo from Lancaster County Prison)

Authorities: Boyfriend Of Millersville Student Found Dead In Dorm Charged With Homicide

Police say the dead woman’s boyfriend had blood on his face, hands, and jeans, a cut on his forehead, his shirt ripped, and scratches on his chest when they arrived.

KYW Newsradio 1060–02/09/2015

(18-year-old Karlie Hall)

Student Found Dead In Millersville Dorm; Boyfriend Charged With Aggravated Assault

Authorities identify the female as 18-year-old Karlie Hall, a freshman from Chadd’s Ford, Pa.

02/08/2015

Chipo Siantumbu talks about earning a degree at the Multi-University in center city Philadelphia. Cheyney University president Michelle Howard-Vital and Mayor Nutter at right.  Credit: Pat Loeb)

Far-Flung Pa. State Universities Expanding Center City Philadelphia Presence

Four of Pennsylvania’s state universities are joining forces to offer classes and degree programs in center city Philadelphia, and there was a ribbon-cutting Monday for the so-called “Multi-University.”

03/18/2013

(credit: CBS 3)

Pregnant Coach, Driver Killed In PA Lacrosse Team Bus Crash

A tour bus carrying a college’s women’s lacrosse team to a game went off the Pennsylvania Turnpike on Saturday and crashed into a tree, killing a pregnant coach and the driver and sending others to hospitals, authorities said.

03/16/2013

(West Chester head coach Bill Zwaan.  Photo provided by WCU)

Football: West Chester At Millersville, Aiming for .500

After getting shut out last week by Kutztown, 24-0, Bill Zwaan’s Golden Rams will play their final road game of the 2011 season on Saturday.

11/03/2011

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Pa. Senators Vow To Soften Budget Blow To State Universities

State senators are promising they will try to reduce funding cuts proposed for Cheyney, West Chester and Pennsylvania’s 12 other state-owned universities.

03/24/2011