StampedeTV Spring 2017 Newscast 3

By Stampede Team
World

REVIEW: ‘Get Out’ Is One of the Best Horror Films of the Decade

By Brandon Smith
Community

Soccer Player Speaks on the Impact of Community Service

By Vanessa Quinones
 

A young black man witnesses strange behavior while visiting his Caucasian girlfriend’s family estate. Director: Jordan Peele Starring: Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford Rated R for violence, bloody images and language including sexual references Jordan Peele, known for the Comedy Central series “Key and Peele,” has been almost exclusively associated with comedy. However, Peele’s […]

World

Thursday is my favorite day of the week, but it is not because of a light class load. Every Thursday morning, I have the opportunity to visit a first grade classroom at North Side Elementary School in Johnson City. At the start of the semester my soccer coach, Lisa Buckley, approached my teammates and me […]

Community

Grey’s Anatomy This ever-popular show is about the lives of Seattle Grace Hospital’s medical staff. And remember, “It is a good day to save lives.” Twelve seasons are available to watch. F.R.I.E.N.D.S. This 90’s show is about six friends living in New York, going through the typical adult ups and downs of life. All ten […]

World

Milligan College will, once again, be a hosting site for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. This will be the eighth year the program has taken place at the college. Occurring over three days – Feb. 18, March 18, and April 1 – from 8 a.m. to 4  p.m., individuals can come to Milligan […]

Campus

Milligan College’s swim team is headed to the Columbus Aquatic Center in Columbus, Ga., to compete in the Nationals swimming meet March 1-4. Milligan has 10 swimmers going to nationals this year: Sara Farmer, Isabel Siegel, Anna Hathcock, Alyssa Boyer, Emily Mark, Casey Knapp, Sterling Burnett, Matt McFalls, Grant Callahan and Brian Sackett Jr. “We […]

Sports

Everyone looks forward to the weekend, but this past weekend was extra special as families flooded Milligan’s campus for Family Weekend. There were a number of events held on campus including Mr. Buff, various sporting events and the Dean’s List ceremony. The main event on Friday evening was the Mr. Buff competition, a male talent […]

Campus

Thunderous applause concluded Monday night’s faculty lecture in Hyder Auditorium on “imaging God.” Dr. John Jackson, associate professor of Bible and humanities, presented his research and gave the crowd some insight into the book he is working on. “The church doesn’t have a place for the Old Testament,” Jackson said, beginning his lecture. He spoke […]

Campus

From Feb. 21 to Feb. 25, Milligan College hosted Justice Week, a week aimed at addressing and bringing awareness to social and human rights issues. On Tuesday, the organization held a “conversation cafe,” an interactive evening of conversations that sought to help students understand how human rights abuse can affect them. On Wednesday, IJM hosted […]

Campus