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At the Trump Rally

By Brandon Smith
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David Blevins Lecture: A Call for an Understanding Community

By Gloria Vazquez
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Meet the New Faculty: Phyllis Eversole

By Jordyn Morel
 

As the line to get inside the building grew larger and larger, helicopters flew overhead. Many people were conversing with complete strangers about their support for Trump as they approached the entrance to the rally. Eventually, someone wearing a suit, presumably a part of the campaign staff, approached the front of the line and shouted […]

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Students, faculty, and the community gathered in Hyder auditorium last Wednesday night to hear David Blevins, lead journalist from Ireland, speak about his experience as a journalist during a time of tension in Northern Ireland. He started his lecture by giving a brief history of Ireland and explaining how England seized the country starting a […]

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Phyllis Eversole started on at Milligan as the PA Program Clinical Secretary in July. As someone who has been connected with Milligan for many years, Ms. Eversole is excited to now represent Milligan as a member of staff, as she helps the students of Milligan’s new PA program through following up with clinical sites and […]

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When asked how he got to Milligan, Dr. McDonald said, “The short (and mildly sarcastic) answer is: I drove. *Ba-dum-tsss*.” The real story of how he got here is a little more interesting. He was born and raised just over the mountains in Hickory, N.C., where he was homeschooled throughout his primary education. In his […]

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Each fall, fine arts and communications students take a field studies trip to New York City. This year, the business students joined them for a total of 16 students. Everyone arrived in the city on Wednesday September 26. On Thursday, the fine arts and communications students began their day by visiting the Whitney Museum of […]

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Just seeing the word savings, most of you will half-chuckle and blow right by this section because you have either exhausted your savings to attend college, or you don’t have the capacity to plan for the future at the moment. Either way, savings seem both impossible and unimportant at this stage of life. Let me […]

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As a college student, you may not have work study on campus or a job off of campus. You might get money from your parents for gas and books, but outside of that, you you might not have anything else. However, there is hope! The Plasma Biological Center in downtown Johnson City is a quick […]

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The Tri-Cities had their first ever gay pride rally on Sept. 15, attended by what organizers estimated to be 7,000-10,000, including several Milligan students and employees. The Stampede sat down with students and employees to talk about the event and the topic of gay rights and Christianity. The parade and rally was put on by […]

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