College of Arts & Sciences Articles
Edgar encourages students to reconnect with political process
Millikin University welcomed former Illinois Governor Jim Edgar to campus on Sept. 17 for a community-wide conversation on Illinois politics in the modern age.
What's it like to live on $4.47 a day?
September is Hunger Action Month, an opportunity for people to take action on the hunger crisis and engage in finding a solution. Each year, a week in September is set aside for the SNAP Hunger Challenge and this year the week was Sept. 9-15.
Millikin student-run organization begins another year of providing nourishment
Millikin English Professor incorporates real practice with professional writing
For Dr. Julie Bates, Performance Learning is much more than a Millikin University buzz word, it's a practice. Dr. Bates is an assistant professor in the English Department and teaches courses focused on professional writing and editing, rhetoric and composition.
Former Illinois Governor to take part in community-wide conversation on Constitution Day
Millikin University is pleased to welcome former Illinois Governor Jim Edgar to campus on Constitution Day, Monday, Sept. 17, for a community-wide conversation about Illinois politics in the modern age at 7 p.m.
Millikin student's award-winning paper on 'Passivity' accepted by philosophy journal
Student and professor working together to decrease phosphorus levels in wastewater
Millikin students get firsthand look at South African culture and wildlife
This summer, a group of Millikin University students traveled to South Africa for the final stage of their spring semester course called the Ecology of Southern Africa. If you asked each student about the trip, you would get the same answer over and over: life-changing.
Recent gift moves Nick Fund to official endowed fund status within Millikin
Millikin University student Sophia Schwalbach was only four years old when her brother, Nick, tragically lost his life to a fraternity house fire on Millikin's campus. And although Sophia and her family will never recover from Nick's loss, she has managed to turn tragedy into a life-saving mission statement.