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Transforming Stigma for Mental Health: Mike Veny – Lower RTUC

Deborah Corr

May 4, 2016

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Sponsored by Millikin’s NAMI, the National Alliance for Mental Illness, on Tuesday, April 19th at 7pm in Millikin’s LRTUC, Mike Veny stood outside the doors of a conference room greeting and shaking the hands of every person...

Barefoot and Blue Jeans and Miss Millikin

Chris Diver

May 4, 2016

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On April 22nd, Delta Sigma Phi and Alpha Chi Omega teamed up to host a joined event combining two of their annual events with Delta Sigma Phi hosting Miss Millikin and Alpha Chi Omega hosting Barefoot and Blue Jeans. Combining ...

ATO Brocase: A New Tradition

Emily Chudzik

May 4, 2016

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In only a few short weeks, the Theta Iota chapter of Alpha Tau Omega put together their first ever “brocase.” It featured numerous ATO members performing various talents. It took place in Kaeuper Hall in PMC at 8 p.m. on...

Review of Sibs Weekend

Lauren Rhodes

April 18, 2016

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Millikin’s very own UCB hosted a lovely bunch of campus activities for Sibs Weekend on Friday, April 8th and Saturday April 9th 2016. The campus activities were thrown to have students bring their siblings, friends etc. to for s...

Spanish Contemporary Film Series

Alexsenia Ralat

April 18, 2016

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The latest in the Language Department’s Spanish contemporary film series was a great film about two Spanish priests in the Slums of Argentina. El Blanco Elefante (The White Elephant), starring the country’s most popular actor...

LGBTQ World News

Alexsenia Ralat

April 18, 2016

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North Carolina Hasn’t Learned from its Mistake North Carolina’s famed anti-transgender bill, dubbed HB 2, has had a few changed added to it in recent weeks. On Tuesday, April 12, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory issued...

World News: Bangladesh

Joe Strater

April 8, 2016

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Artist have always been attacked for the views that they possess. Whether they are painters, writers, directors, or any other sort of artists, there is always a group of people out there who will challenge the truth that they...

C”s don’t get degrees: Tricks to getting back on track after Spring Break

Lauren Rhodes

April 8, 2016

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I’m sure no one is ever truly, completely ready for finishing up the semester. Getting an education is stressful and it doesn’t make any less stressful when you throw working jobs, extracurricular activities like Greek life...

LGBTQ World News

Alexsenia Ralat

April 8, 2016

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Georgia and it’s anti-LGBT Bill Going through Georgia’s legislature these past few weeks was a controversial bill that would have allowed discrimination against the members of the LGBT community that call the state their ...

The Brussels Terrorist Attacks

Alexsenia Ralat

April 8, 2016

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On Tuesday, March 22 three bombs went off in Brussels, Belgium. Two explosions went off at the Brussels airport and the other detonated at a busy subway station. The explosions killed at least 31 people, three of which were suicide...

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