StampedeTV Fall 2017 Newscast 5

By Stampede Team
Community

The Enigma Chambers: escape the room and beat the clock

By Cara Clark
Sports

Homecoming soccer game terminated at half

By Erin Donovan
 

Looking for something to do on a Friday night? Gather a bunch of your friends and try the new escape the room adventure, The Enigma Chambers, across from Open Doors Coffeehouse in downtown Johnson City. Based on the “escape the room” video game, escape room adventures physically lock you in a themed room littered with […]

Community

The Milligan men’s soccer team had an extra eventful senior night and homecoming game against Pfeiffer University on Oct. 28. The physical game was terminated at halftime after two red cards had been distributed. According to senior soccer player Noah Hickerson, the first red card was given to a Pfeiffer player who came up and […]

Sports

On Nov. 4, a community rallied to help provide financial support for families with ill children. Hometown Festival started four years ago to help the Clendenin, Edwards, Powers and Todd families with medical expenses for their children. Jaxon Clendenin is a 6-year-old boy from Kingsport who has been diagnosed with ECHS1 Deficiency, which is so […]

Community

In order to better understand Milligan’s Student Government Association, The Stampede has started a series where we will be comparing our SGA to other schools’. We recently interviewed Kentucky Christian University’s student body president, Bram Koeller. KCU is located in Grayson, Ky., and has a total enrollment of 613, according to their school website. 1.What […]

Campus

Gabe Logan is the student body president and leader of Milligan’s Student Government Association. The 2017-18 Milligan College SGA approved building a brick pathway with students’ names engraved on it. The pathway will be located between the library parking lot and Blowers Blvd. It will be roughly 25 feet and modeled after the sesquicentennial plaza. […]

Campus

This past week the International Justice Mission hosted Freedom Week at Milligan College. On Wednesday evening the group held a talk an interracial relationships in the Village Jeanes Room. Many Milligan students attended the event. Many Milligan students attended the event, which included an open talk with a panel of three interracial couples. They spoke […]

Campus

Milligan men’s soccer coach, Adam Laney, will not be serving as a coach once the current season is over. Laney was informed by athletic director Mark Fox on Oct. 3 that he would be removed from his position. Laney has been the head coach of the soccer team since 2008, making this season his 10th. […]

Sports