Alumni & Friends Articles
Kerans to remain at Millikin as Director of Alumni Engagement
After 32 years leading the Millikin University Women's Basketball program, Head Coach Lori Kerans is retiring from coaching at the end of this season. Kerans will remain at Millikin moving to a new opportunity as the Director of Alumni Engagement.
Looking Back: The Write Stuff
From campus-related concerns such as parking, food, housing and academics, to issues of national and international importance, Millikin students advocating for change have made their voices heard for more than 114 years by writing letters to the editor in The Decaturian. Here is a snapshot of some of the issues on the minds of Millikin students over the course of one year, 1963:
Ask the Expert
All the World’s a Stage
Turning the Tables
There’s a line in Dr. A.D. Carson’s song, “Letter Home,” that says, “being Black ain’t never been the thing to be.”
Memorial for William “Scott” Bork ’96
Decatur – William “Scott” Bork, 42, of Sarasota, Florida formerly of Decatur, passed away Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at Sarasota Memorial Hospital due to an undetected heart condition.
Memorial for Jeffrey “Jeff” Piraino ’82
EAST PEORIA – Jeffrey M. “Jeff” Piraino, 57, of East Peoria, IL, formerly of Decatur, passed away Wednesday, March 8, 2017 in Peoria, IL.
Memorial for Robert “Bubba” Drischel ’74
Robert Thomas “Bubba” Drischel, 64, passed away Monday, April 24, 2017. Bob was born on December 19, 1952 to William Drischel and LaRue (Wallace) Drischel in Decatur, Illinois.