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CAB Hosts Open Mic Night

By Maggie Halloran
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Milligan Trustees Vote to Change Alcohol Policy

By Kennedy Weber and Jordyn Morel
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Greer Announces Change to Alcohol Policy at SGA Meeting

By Maggie Halloran
 

Smoothies, cookies and music are three important ingredients to cook up a successful Open Mic Night. Friday’s had just the right amount of each to bring in plenty of students in the evening to listen to fellow students to perform. Any Milligan student — traditional or from the graduate program –can sing or perform in […]

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On Feb. 14, the engineering department hosted a lecture by Daniel Cutshall, a candidate for a position amongst the Electrical Engineering professors. Dr. Greg Harrell, chair of Milligan Engineering, introduced Cutshall. Cutshall shared some of his expertise on semiconductors and their industrial applications. Originally from this region, Cutshall is an alumnus of Science Hill High […]

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In a unanimous vote by the college trustees, Milligan’s alcohol policy will change in the fall, according to President Bill Greer. Under the new policy, Milligan will remain a dry campus, but students over 21 will be permitted to drink alcohol off-campus in accordance with state law. The new policy states that students must follow […]

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President Bill Greer announced in the Student Government Association meeting on Thursday night that there will be a change in Milligan’s alcohol policy beginning in the fall of 2019. Milligan’s Board of Trustees voted in October to keep the school’s campus dry, but now students who are legally allowed to consume alcohol may do so […]

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With its tradition of excellence, Milligan’s indoor track team continued to break records and win titles in the Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) championship that was held Feb. 14 and 15. The meet took place in Winston Salem, North Carolina, and the men’s indoor track team walked away with a second place finish while the women’s […]

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Intramural basketball is one of the most anticipated events hosted by the school, according to Ryan Reynolds, director of intramural sports. It is a tradition that has spanned over a decade. It has brought about many lively memories and competitive fun for students campuswide. Sign-ups came pouring beginning Feb.18.. There were 10 teams total, each […]

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Pal’s features multiple creative billboards throughout the Tri-Cities. This one is located in Johnson City. Provided by milligan.edu Earlier this month, Milligan hosted a lecture and reception in the Gregory Center showcasing the marketing and artwork created by the advertising agency, Creative Energy for the Pal’s fast food chain. The event accompanied an exhibition of art and […]

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The goal of the Baton Rouge trip, arranged by Milligan’s Apostolos club, is to relate to kids in the area where students will serve. Commercial free use photo of children walking provided by Pexels. Several Milligan College students will make the almost fourteen-hour trek to Baton Rouge, Louisiana to serve with Milligan’s Apostolos club during […]

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Governor Lee has proposed a plan to produce more vocational and technical training opportunities for high school students. Photo provided by the office of the governor. As a student, individuals may not always keep up with the newest legislative pieces, but Bill Lee, Tennessee’s newly elected governor, has proposed a plan that may interest students […]

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President Bill Greer recently announced that Milligan College will be establishing a new co-ed eSports program headed by Milligan alumni and new Director of Multimedia Services Micah Ridley. In a press release on Jan 18th Micah Ridley, who prior to joining Milligan has had experience developing the eSports program at King University says, “The eSports […]

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