Alumni Spotlight Articles
Millikin graduate plays vital role in development of testing sites during COVID-19 pandemic
How X Games medalist Matt Wilhelm '01 inspires students to "Be Someone's Batman"
"Bullying is a complex issue. Most kids think that, in order to stop a bullying situation, you have to directly confront the bullies. However, that can backfire or make things worse. Sometimes, a smaller act can make a bigger impact. You can be a hero by sitting next to someone at lunch or including someone in your group of friends. The world, especially right now, needs more heroes."
A look back at Big Blue Homecoming moments
In case you missed it, Millikin University's 2019 Homecoming and Family Weekend festivities had nothing but great Big Blue moments. With this year's theme being "Go Big & Come Home," Millikin alumni, friends and family members came back to campus Sept. 27-29 to reconnect and share stories from the past.
Millikin graduate's belief in trust, commitment and love has led to a winning culture at Army
Teacher candidates experience first job interviews
For the last few years, we've taken an inside look at Millikin University's annual Interview Boot Camp, hosted by the Millikin School of Education, by capturing the experience as seen from faculty and alumni who coordinate the event.
Dr. Jeff Butts '92 one of four finalists for National Superintendent of the Year
Millikin graduate opens French patisserie and café in northern Chicago
It's been a decade in the making, but Benjamin Levy's vision for opening his own French patisserie and café in the northern suburbs of Chicago has come to life.
Artist returns to alma mater to showcase small, still life paintings
Millikin University alumnus and artist M. Ben Cohan '06 believes that the more he paints, the more he's convinced that painting captures power beyond words. Those that recently experienced Cohan's art exhibition on Millikin's campus, titled "Smalls," could certainly say the same about his work.
Millikin graduate's artwork transforms everyday city space to vibrant scenery
If you had a chance to visit certain areas in downtown Decatur or around Millikin University's campus this summer, you might have noticed some unique murals popping up on building walls that are bringing positive energy to the central Illinois town.