December 9, 2019 at 12:30pm

Hands-on learning gives Arts Technology student the "edge" in graphic design field

Dedication, hard work and natural talent; that's what Millikin University sophomore Claire Eppley would say makes a great graphic designer. Eppley has all of those attributes, but she needed to develop the necessary skills to become successful in her future career field.

November 29, 2019 at 9:45am

Rubi Rodriguez and Matt Brown on the Millikin experience, scholarships and "completing the circle"

One is studying biology, the other is studying business management. One is president of the Latin American Student Organization, the other is a linebacker on the football team. One is a Long-Vanderburg Scholar, and the other is a Presidential Scholar.

November 11, 2019 at 10:45am

Millikin transfer student following his dream of working with athletes

Noah Jahangir went through his first two years of college unsatisfied with the atmosphere that he was in. As a student at Illinois State University (ISU), Jahangir was spending his time in lecture halls with 300 students and wasn't studying what he wanted to major in. Not to mention, he wasn't playing soccer, one of his true passions.

October 28, 2019 at 1:15pm

Reasons graduate school is the right move

What is the next step for you after college? For many, going into the workforce is the immediate answer, but what if you're not quite ready to enter the "real world" yet? Here are a few reasons why going to graduate school right after college could be the right move:

October 16, 2019 at 9:30am

A "Day in the Life" of a Millikin education major

Students in Millikin University's School of Education are put in a unique position to gain hands-on field experiences starting their very first semester as well as benefit from co-teaching opportunities. All of these experiences lead to students who are prepared to be teachers and are qualified to enter the workforce right after graduation.

October 14, 2019 at 11:30am

Millikin student's "vision" is set on optometry

All Mackenzie Martin wanted to do as a young girl was pick up a book and read. When she was told that she needed to limit her time reading due to issues with her vision, she was traumatized.

A native of Paris, Ill., Martin went through a few years of constant visits to the optometrist office for vision therapy sessions.

September 20, 2019 at 9:30am

Tabor School of Business brings first-year students and local professionals together for mentoring program

When new business students begin their academic journey at the Tabor School of Business, they are quickly introduced to unique opportunities that not only teach them successful business practices, but help them build confidence to succeed in their chosen career path.

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