College of Arts & Sciences Articles
Ben Kuxmann named to CoSIDA Academic All-America® Track Team
Millikin student's research looks at making teeth more susceptible to staining long-term
As many of us have learned, what appeals to your taste buds is not always what's best for you or your teeth, especially sugary beverages like soda. Popular soft drinks can affect your teeth by weakening tooth enamel and staining – this is because of two main substances: phosphoric acid and chromogens.
"My teaching style is a mixture of seriousness about the subject matter with an enthusiasm for it that makes it fun."
The following article comes from the Summer 2021 edition of Blue Review, Millikin University's Family Magazine
Millikin students developing programs to make robotics more accessible
Summer Project exposes Millikin student to graduate-level research
During the summer months, most students say that time flies. Elexis Richardson, a Millikin University junior from Carbondale, Ill., has a different take on that popular phrase as she performs her summer research project for the Leighty Science Scholars Program.
Peace Summit presents ideas to promote unity and justice within the community
"The best way to learn those things is to be there."
Blue Review All Access
By definition, a lobbyist helps influence public opinion and the opinions of legislators as well as creating political support for certain initiatives. Millikin University graduate Nash Oldenettel is determined to take his career in this particular direction.