From pumpkin patches to zip lining, check out these family-friendly options
When it comes to enjoying Illinois during the fall season, you have a multitude of family-friendly options. From famous pumpkin patches, wine trails, zip lining and more, discover which fall activity is best for you with our article below. Enjoy!
Millikin community comes together to support local food drive
The 18th annual WSOY Community Food Drive was held in Decatur, Ill., on Oct. 4, and Millikin University was once again among the many contributors who helped the Decatur community surpass its goal by raising 1.69 million pounds of food.
Award-winning professor to help put artificial intelligence at the forefront of academia and industry
MoreTalent™, a corporate strategy firm that specializes in developing measurable business and technology strategies, has named Dr. J. Mark Munoz, professor of management and international business at Millikin University, to its distinguished Board of Advisors.
MU theatre production puts focus on mental health
Millikin University's School of Theatre and Dance will open its 2019-20 performance season with the production of "Medea" on Thursday, Oct. 10 and Friday, Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 12 at 2 and 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 13 at 2 p.m. All performances will be held at Albert Taylor Theatre in Shilling Hall on Millikin's campus.
"Building Millikin is an investment in ourselves"
Millikin University President Dr. Patrick E. White was the featured keynote speaker at the bi-annual Community Leaders Breakfast at the Decatur Conference Center and Hotel on Thursday, Oct. 3. Debbie Bogle, president of the United Way of Decatur and Mid-Illinois, was also among the speakers.
A Look at Millikin Baseball's New Home
The new on-campus home of the Millikin University Baseball program, the Workman Family Baseball Field, was officially opened during a dedication ceremony on Sept. 27, 2019.
Millikin professor brings branding and consulting opportunities to the classroom
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.
"The new baseball field marks a great new step for Millikin University"
Millikin University officially opened the new on-campus home of the Big Blue Baseball program with the dedication of the new Workman Family Baseball Field on Sept. 27.