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By Stampede Team
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The show goes on: Richard Major to bring a fresh play to Milligan

By AJ Trabold
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Dance team wins team award in Atlanta

By Megan Williams
 

Get your tissues at the ready. This spring, Milligan College’s theatre department will be putting on a production of the Pulitzer prize winning “Rabbit Hole,” being directed by our own Richard Major, professor of theatre and director of drama productions. “Rabbit Hole” is more dramatic than the recent plays that Milligan has produced, such as […]

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This past weekend, the Milligan College dance team loaded up the vans and headed to Atlanta, Ga., where they competed in the “Beyond the Stars” dance competition. Seven dance studios made up this competition. They spent the weekend dancing and performing to the best of their abilities in the hopes of getting the Milligan “dance […]

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It was a long weekend for the Milligan College swim team as they competed in the Appalachian Athletic Conference Championships. Unfortunately, the Water Buffs went into the conference meet with some of their teammates missing due to illness and many cases of the flu. “We have been tapering, slowing down of pace, for about four […]

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IF:Gathering is an event aimed at women of all ages, cultures and languages to provide a space where they can feel welcome and comfortable to come as they are and hear the gospel. On Feb. 9 and 10th, around 20 female Milligan students met on campus to participate in this two-day, gospel-centered worship and discipleship […]

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On Tuesday, Jan. 9, a federal judge ruled to block the Trump administration’s decision to end DACA. The federal judge also called for the administration to resume receiving DACA renewals after stating the program was necessary and that “our country has a strong interest in the uniform application of immigration law and policy.” This ruling […]

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Going to college is a weird and difficult thing. Transferring can make meeting people even harder. That’s why The Stampede sat down with sophomore business management major Mason Grear to get to know him a little better. Grear transferred to Milligan for the spring semester. Grear, who has been playing tennis since he was four […]

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The Super Bowl took place Sunday, Feb. 4. It was a very close game all the way through, but the Eagles were consistent throughout and ended the game with their first Super Bowl victory. The Patriots started to make a comeback in the fourth quarter, but Brandon Graham worked his way into the pocket and […]

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Milligan College has recently announced the addition of the new men’s head soccer coach, David Lilly. The 2007 Milligan graduate made the decision to return to his alma mater when he was offered the coaching position late in the fall of last year. Lilly was more than a student at Milligan; he was also a […]

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