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 […]

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Growing up in Georgia, there were two fundamental truths that we lived by: God is great, and pies are delicious. Almost everyone can remember their grandma’s pecan pies, or their cousins bringing over pumpkin pies for family gatherings. To fill the pie-shaped hole in our college student diets, Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop has come to […]

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Juniors Cara Williams and Kaori Nicole Clemmer traveled to Australia last semester as a part of Milligan’s Semester Abroad program. They chose to participate in the program in order to fulfill the capstone requirement for Milligan’s Honors Program.   Williams and Clemmer traveled to Carindale, Australia, to attend Christian Heritage College, where they attended classes […]

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It’s that time of year again: the cameras flashing, the pearly whites are smiling, dresses are glittering, and fans everywhere are screaming. That’s right, it’s award season. And the Grammys did not disappoint this year. The 60th Annual Grammy Awards premiered Sunday, January 28. Hosted by the great James Corden, the awards show was recorded […]

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While most teams here at Milligan have competing seasons that range from 2-3 months, our swim team, basketball teams, track and field teams, and cycling team do not have that luxury. Though their training seasons and competition seasons are longer than most other sports, they are finally wrapping up the normal season and heading into […]

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It’s safe to say that at least one point in time, most people have stood in front of a mirror or stood in the shower and lip-synced a song that was playing. If only there were some way that people with this passion could use it in a non-embarrassing way. Well guess what, there is! […]

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The Mountain Movers Dance Company put on a show Friday, Feb. 2, in the Gregory Center. Mountain Movers preformed to a full house of faculty, students and members of the community. Mountain Movers preformed a three piece act comprised of four dances. Each piece had a different theme. The first was called Having a Ball; […]

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An Amtrak train carrying Republican congressmen and their families to a GOP retreat crashed into a truck on Jan. 31. There were a few minor injuries, one serious injury and one death reported. On board the train were Milligan’s former first lady Clarinda Jeanes Roe and her husband, Phil Roe, who is the representative for […]

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