Campus


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 […]

Campus

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 […]

Campus

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 […]

Campus

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 […]

Campus

Dear Brutus I can’t seem to shake the mid-winter blues. What can I do to stay motivated? Dear Mid-Winter Blues, It seems as if when the temperature starts to drop so can our motivation to keep going strong. I always like to remind myself of the good things to come while trying to seek out […]

Campus

Milligan offers several programs to help students explore possible outlets for what they want to pursue after college. One of the more popular programs is the Semester in Ministry internship, a semester-long internship program. However, it seems it is not popular with enough students this semester. Semester in Ministry is a program for which Milligan […]

Campus

“If you can’t see my color, you can’t see my oppression” was Trevor Wentt’s response when asked about people being “colorblind” in the United States. The Milligan community gathered on Tuesday for the Lenses of the Black Experience event. The campus conversation was organized by sophomores Teveraishe Mushayamunda and Mike Featherston and junior Jalen Glass. […]

Campus

On Saturday, Emmanuel Christian Seminary and Milligan College hosted an eight-hour forum and group study aimed at encouraging women in ministerial leadership roles, as well as providing resources and information for Christian women. The day-long event offered 3 SFP for the attendees. The forum consisted of five sessions, each targeting a different aspect of women […]

Campus

For any English professor, the dream is to be published. This dream has become a reality for Milligan College’s Associate Professor of English and Composition, Heather Hoover. Hoover, also the director of writing at Milligan, has put her work together in a collection of faith poems titled “If Moon, Then Yes.” From a young age […]

Campus