Here is a quick overview of Milligan’s presidents and their achievements.  1881-1903   Josephus Hopwood President Josephus Hopwood was Milligan College’s first president. Hopwood oversaw the formation of the school from the Buffalo Male and Female Institute in one small building to a multi-acre, multi-building institution. 1903-1915 Five men served as president of Milligan College, including […]

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From its construction in 1919 until its destruction in 1992, men’s dorm Pardee Hall sat resolute on what is now Pardee Lawn. It was in these hallowed halls that the infamous band of misfits—the Pardee Rowdies— began. According to Milligan alumnus (class of 1977) and Pardee Rowdy Dr. Paul Blowers (Dean E. Walker Professor of […]

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One beautiful thing about Milligan College is that many of the professors are former Milligan students. Twenty-three of Milligan’s current faculty attended Milligan, Emmanuel Seminary or both. Dr. Lee Blackburn got his B.A. degree at Milligan and is now an associate professor of history and Humanities. “I loved the interaction between students and faculty both […]

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After chapel last Tuesday, The Stampede held a mock election, setting up voting booths at the cafe and the Grill. Students were given the option of voting for one of four candidates: Hillary Clinton (Democrat), Gary Johnson (Libertarian), Jill Stein (Green) or Donald Trump (Republican). Of these choices, the 88 student participants voted overwhelmingly in […]

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