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More than a Milli-Plague: Diseases at Millikin

Kathryn Coffey, Writer

November 2, 2016

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By now every student here at Millikin has experienced the Milliplague. Basically it’s your body’s way of saying: “Forget this day, I can’t deal!” It's a  combination of stress and germs from people you have only been ...

Which is better: Java City or Einstein Bros. Bagels?

Bayleigh Williams, Writer

October 20, 2016

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I’m sure you’ve noticed that there are two cafes on Millikin’s campus: an Einstein Bros. Bagels in Shilling Hall and a Java City in Scovill Hall. If you’re familiar with these cafes outside of campus, you may have noticed...

Debates, Gangs and Timbuktu

LeRyan Wolfe, Writer

October 7, 2016

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The recent presidential debate was an interesting event. I respect the preparation of Hillary Clinton, and I am intrigued by the intellect of Donald Trump. Donald Trump proposed the idea of resurrecting ‘Stop-and-Frisk’....

Update on Flint Michigan

Update on Flint Michigan

October 4, 2016

Hillary: Seeing Double

Alex Johnson, Writer

October 4, 2016

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On September 11 2016, the world came together witness to the most shocking thing since sliced bread. Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has a body double. At first this may seem as some blasphemous Republican, Donald...

To All Who Will Internalize

LeRyan Wolfe, Writer

October 4, 2016

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Today is Tuesday, September 20th 2016. I woke up this morning with troubling news of an unarmed black man shot by a police officer.  The unarmed black man was Terence Crutcher, the place was Tulsa, Oklahoma. As a young black...

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