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Success at Model UN

By Erin Donovan
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Trojan horse appears overnight: the project of humanities legends

By Abbie Russell
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Hopwood Memorial Church hosts SMART recovery programs

By Sue Harrod
 

Taking home three awards this year, Milligan’s Model United Nations team had a very successful weekend. The team consisted of seniors Clementine Cousin, Sue Harrod and Emma Warax, and juniors Julie Deakins, Reagan Jeffers, Somang Lee, Tessa Stevenson, Kenzie Trujillo and Kennedy Weber. It was led by Dr. Amy Edmonds, assistant professor of political science. […]

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The first Monday of April 2018 saw the start of a brand new program hosted at Hopwood Memorial Christian Church on Milligan’s Campus–SMART Recovery. SMART, or Self-Management and Recovery Training, is a program that has been around for nearly 25 years and is a scientific, evidence-based approach to recovery from various addictions. The SMART meeting […]

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The annual Festival of One Act Plays has successfully ushered in the end of another successful, academic Milligan year. The Festival of One Act Plays encourages students to participate as directors or actors in plays that only last for one act. The plays lasted over the course of two days, with two plays making their […]

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Throughout Milligan College’s campus students can spot diversity–in the classrooms, dorms and even on sports teams. Milligan was not always this way, though, and there is one place in particular that has increased dramatically over the past few years in diversity, and that is on the men’s baseball team. The baseball team has brought in […]

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  With That Big Party having a humanities art slides theme this year, many people dressed up as one of their favorite paintings. Here are just a few of the highlights. “My dress features Van Gogh’s ‘Cafe Terrace at Night.’ I have always loved impressionist and post-impressionist paintings, but I admire ‘Cafe Terrace at Night’ […]

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The long awaited Will Graham Celebration finally took place this weekend at the Freedom Hall Civic Center in Johnson City. Graham is continuing his grandfather’s mission of proclaiming God’s love to the people that need Jesus Christ. Students had three different opportunities to hear Graham speak and also worship along with Aaron Shust, The Adoration […]

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Students gathered in McGlothlin-Street Theatre at the Gregory Center for Buffalo Tales this past Thursday. Buffalo Tales is an event put on by students in professor of communications Dr. Bruce Montgomery’s storytelling class. Students in the storytelling class put on the event as part of their final grade every semester. This semester students told three […]

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Milligan freshman John Will Hutcheson was crowned “Mr. Buff” Friday night, April 13, in the Gregory Center. Hutcheson won over five other competitors in front of an audience that filled half of the theatre. “At first I was surprised, but now I’m really happy,” Hutcheson said a few minutes after being crowned. Hutcheson’s talent was […]

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