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ResNet gets a face lift

Matthew McClelland, Arts Editor

October 9, 2013

ResNet got a face lift this summer. Over the summer, Millikin's IT Department did a major overhaul hoping to better the Millikin internet experience. Many Millikin students can attest to the trials involved with on-campus internet...

The fight for change

Megan Chrisler, Features Editor

October 9, 2013

  After the Senate rejected the House budget proposal, which included the defunding or at least the delay of the Affordable Health Care Act, the government officially shut down the morning of Oct. 1. While programs deemed...

Be Honest, Abe

Be Honest, Abe

October 9, 2013

Millikin Political Science department shows dedication

Rachel Barkan, Newswriting 215

October 9, 2013

Millikin University’s dedication to the academic success of its students is evident in the many achievements of its political science department. Millikin offers bachelor’s degrees in two political science programs: general...

Millikin nursing department celebrates ‘Legacy of the Lamp’

Sarah Hogan, Newswriting 215

October 8, 2013

Millikin's School of Nursing recently celebrated a tradition called Legacy of the Lamp. “There will be approximately 48 juniors that will receive a lamp,” said Lori Gilbert, Administrative Assistant of the School of Nursing,...

World News

Matthew McClelland, Arts Editor

October 2, 2013

Westgate Mall Attack On Saturday, Sept. 21, 10 to 15 armed al-Shabaab militants stormed in to the Kenyan shopping mall in Nairobi according to time.com. Reuters.com reports that the terrorist group who carried out the brutal a...

LGBTQ Corner

Denny Patterson, Senior Editor

October 2, 2013

Illinois based headliners will launch the March on Springfield It has been announced that well-known performers with roots in Illinois will kick off the March on Springfield with a free one-hour concert called “Rock the Mar...

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