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Taylor Swift is back, and, man, I am excited. “Reputation,” her sixth studio album, was released on Nov. 10, 2017. Many fans were nervous about how this album was going to turn out, because the singles Swift released were somewhat questionable. “Look What You Made Me Do” was a big “no” from some of the […]

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Last week, House Republicans passed their tax reform bill. The Senate version of the bill passed the Finance Committee the same night and is waiting to be weighed by the full chamber. Their bill may pass as early as the week following Thanksgiving. According to the New York Times, the median family income of a […]

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Milligan College is a four-year accredited university that offers over 100 majors and minors and has been nationally ranked for the past few years. Do these things make it a good college? When organizations like U.S. News and Best Colleges rank schools, they focus mainly on academic quality and cost, but retention and graduation are […]

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Whether it be for friends, family or both, buying gifts is something we all do. Though everyone buys gifts, the gifts are not always made ethically. There are many conditions that can cause a product to be made unethically: settings the workers are forced to work in, products tested on animals or children forced to […]

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The clock is ticking as you think about what you want to do about graduate school. Whether it’s a master’s in business administration or a medical, law or seminary degree, 35 percent of Milligan students graduate with a bachelor’s degree and move on to grad school. According to Beth Anderson, Milligan’s director of calling and […]

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So, why is “Obamacare” failing? The answer may partially lie within the question itself. “Obamacare” is more formally known as the Affordable Care Act. The ACA was a healthcare bill that took effect in 2010 during the Obama administration. It was the most significant instance of healthcare reform since Medicare and Medicaid in 1965. In […]

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Milligan’s International Justice Mission chapter marched in downtown Knoxville with A21 in a Walk for Freedom. The club left at six in the morning on Oct. 14 and walked in all black with hundreds of other advocates for people in slavery. Students covered their mouths with tape and held signs with facts about slavery, one […]

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Smiling clowns can sound like a fun time for some people. For others, it’s the worst nightmare imaginable. In the 2017 movie adaptation of Stephen King’s It, smiling clowns is a terrifying reality in the small town of Derry, Maine. When Georgie (Jackson Robert Scott), a young boy with a passion for fun, goes missing […]

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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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