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October 8, 2019

What It Means to Come Home

Sydney Sinks

October 3, 2019

One month in and we have officially reached the slump in the semester. This week felt particularly long. I was sludging through my days, trying to keep up with homework and extracurricular activities. Meanwhile, I was bombarded with...

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Sydney Sinks

September 28, 2019

I recently had the privilege to serve as a panelist at Millikin’s Constitution Day event. The theme was “Freedom of the Press in the Age of Fake News,” and Millikin invited three respected journalists to speak. Well, three...

Editorial

September 27, 2019

Ah, change. It’s a fact of life. It’s the only permanent state. Okay, there are a lot of cliches that we could fit in here, but let’s get down to it: Change is all around us at Millikin, and it’s exciting. And our plans...

We’re not the Last Generation. We’re the Heroes.

September 27, 2019

Millikin students started classes, and our team of journalists began inspecting a puzzling question: How do we tell Millikin’s story with greater authenticity, depth, and scope than before? The press must consider this critical...

Making A Change for the Homeless

Rebekah Icenesse

April 25, 2019

Homelessness is a worldwide issue we should address more. Over the past three months, I have interviewed and conducted research about the homeless community in Decatur, and what I found was both extraordinary and disheartening. ...

What Do We Look For in a President?

April 17, 2019

Kathryn: To be honest, what to look for in a president sounds simple and complex at the same time. On the one hand, a president needs to always represent the school. On the other hand, a president should also be a representa...

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