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Pet Spotlight: Koda

Pet Spotlight: Koda

September 30, 2017

TKE St. Jude Walk/Run

TKE St. Jude Walk/Run

September 29, 2017

The People I Met When the Sky Went Dark

Broderick Sparks, Writer

September 20, 2017

Filed under Features

Riding shotgun, I travel to Carbondale to observe the solar eclipse with my friend Ben Woodall, a former Millikin student and published astrophysicist. We leave at 7:07 A.M. Our supplies include a bag of flavored tootsie rolls,...

Netflix Review: Riverdale

Netflix Review: Riverdale

September 14, 2017

Pet Spotlight: Noodles

Pet Spotlight: Noodles

September 7, 2017

Professor Spotlight: Dr. Chris Cunnings

Lauren Rhodes, Views Editor

February 24, 2017

Filed under Features

Millikin’s very own School of Education welcomes Dr. Chris Cunnings, as the new science education professor. This semester’s School of Education students are receiving an “out of this world” science instruction from one...

Mi Pueb vs El Rodeo

Katy Swift, Editor-in-Chief

February 16, 2017

Filed under Features, Showcase

Saying you are going to get Mexican food on this campus typically means one thing. You are going to Mi Pueblito, or more commonly known as Mi Pueb. It’s one of the top choices to visit on someone’s 21 birthday, RAs love bonding w...

From London, With Love

Rachel McCrea, Writer

November 21, 2016

Filed under Features

A few weeks ago I got to enjoy the pleasure of having my family visit me here in London! My mother, aunt, and grandmother all crossed an ocean to see me and explore London before they moved on to Amsterdam for a week. I know, I...

Professor Spotlight: Jessa Wilcoxen

Rebekah Icenesse, Writer

November 21, 2016

Filed under Features

There’s a new teacher here at Millikin! Please welcome her into the Big Blue family. Coming from Greenville College, Professor Jessa Wilcoxen is new to the Millikin campus, but she is not new to the Digital Media department...

Polly Pi Phi

Lane Casper, Editor

November 21, 2016

Filed under Features

Most residents of Decatur know that the city is a paranormal hot spot, due largely in part to the Native American burial ground most of the buildings were constructed upon. Most people don’t know, however, that the women living ...

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