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Starting Your Semester Strong

By Bailey Hight
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A Tale of Two Marches: Milligan Students March Around the Country

By Kennedy Weber
 

Split, written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, is a thriller of Shyamalan-ian proportions. The story is about the battle for survival of three teenage girls, Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy), Claire (Haley Lu Richardson) and Marcia (Jessica Sula), after they are kidnapped by a man with 23 different personalities, Kevin (James McAvoy), who is that patient […]

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New year, new you, isn’t that what they say? This is usually our intention, but we end up falling into the same habits we wanted to change. Our intentions are only the starting point; it is our mindset that needs the discipline. Developing healthy habits takes time, repetition and a good attitude. Whether you are […]

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Milligan students have found ways to get involved in politics though different marches and protests going on across the country. On Jan. 21, the day after the inauguration, several Milligan students drove to Washington D.C., Asheville, and Jonesborough to participate in the Women’s March. While 2.6 million participants marched in cities around the world, 500,000 […]

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Biology professors Dr. Brian Eisenback and Dr. Michael Whitney are leading students on the annual Biology trip this year. The trip will be a 14-day tour of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado from May 6 through May 20. The trip is open to everyone, including all majors, alumni and faculty and is a good […]

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So, it’s Valentine’s Day, and you’re single. Don’t worry. I was alone on Feb. 14  for 19 years. Until my sophomore year of college, no guy had ever asked me out on a date, I had never had a boyfriend; boys didn’t even ask to “hang out” with me in high school. And I was […]

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The scramble begins from building to building. Trash must be taken out, tables wiped down and floors mopped. Tables must be in their proper place, chairs in order and the bathrooms shining, even the commode. This is only the beginning of a long day for housekeepers Amy J. Simmons and Amy Huckaba, and it’s only […]

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Lucius Seneca, a philosopher, said, “It is a rough road that leads to the heights of greatness.” Many collegiate athletes can identify with this statement, but maybe none more than Milligan College’s own track team member, Liz Maller.  Maller grew up in Gillette, Wyoming, and is no stranger to the “heights of greatness” Seneca spoke […]

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As the spring semester moves along, there are a few restaurants in the Tri-Cities area that are sure to fill up your belly and make your taste buds sing.   Wild Wing Cafe Wild Wing Cafe, a new restaurant in downtown Johnson City, has arrived with an incredible range of delicious meals on the menu. […]

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The University of North Carolina Tar Heels’ JV basketball team traveled to Steve Lacy Fieldhouse on Monday night to square off against the Milligan Men’s JV team. The Buffs did not have to worry about fan support due to the first sellout in a handful of years in the fieldhouse. Around 1,300 fans packed inside […]

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