Whether it is during the day or in the middle of the night, an impromptu fire drill is never fun. It is important to learn why the alarms go off and what it means for students and the school when it does. While many fire alarms have gone off this year, none have been because […]

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Tennessee congressmen said they support President Donald Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program with a six-month window before its full conclusion. The Tennessee congressional support came after the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (a council of which Milligan is a part) sent a letter to the president asking him […]

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Milligan may not have football, but we do have powder puff. Powder puff football is flag football typically played by women, and Milligan separates the teams based on class: juniors and seniors vs. sophomores and freshmen. Every homecoming week hosts a powder puff game. Sign ups for the teams started Sept. 25 and will be […]

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The Stampede has chosen to focus on sustainability this year. We believe that God has blessed us with this Earth, and we want to take care of it. One way Milligan wants to make sure that we take care of the Earth is by recycling. However, sometimes Milligan students don’t know where the recycling bins […]

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Milligan has partnered with Northeast State Community College to allow Northeast State students that are pursuing an engineering degree to co-enroll at both Northeast and Milligan. This will allow students to take both pre-engineering and engineering classes at Milligan while still enrolled at Northeast State. Milligan partnered with Northeast State in 2009 for an articulation […]

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The first My Two Words of the semester took place on Sept. 28 at 8:30 p.m. in Lower Seeger. It is a testimonial event where students give two words that describe the before and after of giving their lives to Jesus. My Two Words creates an open atmosphere that the Apostolos club chairman, senior Abby […]

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