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Going bald for a good cause

Morgan Ewald

April 30, 2013

Millikin University’s chapter of Alpha Phi Omega (APO) held a fundraising event called Hair Share on Saturday, April 20 at SPEC. The event was for hair cutting and shaving to benefit St. Baldrick’s childhood cancer research...

LGBTQ Corner: A year in review

Denny Patterson

April 30, 2013

Over the past nine months, the LGBTQ community encountered the good, the bad and downright ugly. From marriage equality to making history, here is the year in review. In September, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network...

Student Senate hosts leader retreat


Denny Patterson

April 29, 2013

On Saturday, April 13, Student Senate coordinated and sponsored the Emerging Leader Retreat. The retreat was for 20 first year and sophomore students involved in different organizations around campus who have been identified as...

MU Confessions confesses too much

Denny Patterson

April 17, 2013

Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are primarily used to keep in touch with friends and catch up on the latest gossip. Within recent years, the development of cyber bullying has come about, and Millikin caught a glimpse...

Halted searches and a tight budget


Denny Patterson

April 17, 2013

Due to recent changes with Millikin’s administration, Interim President Rich Dunsworth held an open campus forum to the Millikin community last month. Dunsworth wanted to discuss rumors and outline what the institution plans...

A story inside you

Morgan Ewald

April 17, 2013

On Wednesday, April 10, Rachel Spenn held an event for her James Millikin Scholar (JMS) research project. Held in LRTUC from 7 to 9 p.m., her project was based on the organization Story Corps. In the beginning, Spenn informed...

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