College of Arts & Sciences Articles
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.
Bringing hunger and homelessness awareness to the community
When the month of November approaches, Professor Mary Garrison gets excited, because she knows Millikin University's annual Box City event is right around the corner, and this year's event was filled with even more anticipation because it was the 10th anniversary.
Biology majors using research to make a difference
Millikin student's research studies sports analytics and the NFL Combine
Dr. Dan Monroe to serve as Illinois Historian on ALPLM Board of Directors
Textbook to help students learn more about green chemistry and its future
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.
Can you live on $4.47 a day?
Imagine yourself only having $4.47 per day to use for food. It makes it difficult to afford nutritious food items and to stay healthy. A group of Millikin University students came to realize this as part of Professor Mary Garrison's Poverty course.
Constitution Day panel features members of local media
The term "fake news" is something that has become widely used over the last four years and has generated many discussions about disinformation in conjunction with mainstream journalism. Millikin University's Department of History and Political Science brought this topic to the forefront as part of its annual Constitution Day event on Sept. 17.