Celebratory event marks new home for Millikin's School of Theatre & Dance
A ribbon-cutting ceremony on Oct. 17, 2020, marked a celebration of Millikin University's newest building, the Center for Theatre & Dance. The celebratory event of the new home for Millikin's College of Fine Arts and School of Theatre & Dance was also an opportunity to thank the supporters of the project and the community of Decatur, Ill.
Requarth Observatory offers glimpse of the Red Planet
Skywatchers on Oct. 13 were treated to an extraordinary site as Planet Mars reached opposition.
During opposition, Mars, Earth and the sun form a straight line, with Earth in the middle. As a result, the planet appears bigger, brighter and redder than usual, not reaching this close to Earth again until 2035.
Homecoming is in the Heart
During these unprecedented times, Millikin University's Homecoming 2020 celebration will be like no other. For Homecoming 2020, Millikin University has invited the community to remember that "Homecoming is in the Heart" as the University launched its first-ever virtual Homecoming celebration on Oct. 12.
"i used to love to dream" focuses on the idea of home
"Most of my books were written using my brain, for this one – I used my heart."
For some people, their purpose and passion in life is clear, but there are many around the world who are trying to uncover meaning in their lives and working to establish a legacy. Without a life purpose, your goals and action plans may not ultimately fulfill you.
Professor Mary Garrison weighs in how young graduates entering the industry can be prepared
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world in more ways than one. Among the changes is the uncertain economic climate, leading many aspiring college graduates questioning what they can do to start off their careers in these uncertain times.
Research experience leads to latest book for Dr. Laura Dean
New members to start three-year term beginning fall 2020
Amber Lusvardi offers insight into election season 2020
The first presidential debate between President Trump and Joe Biden took place on Sept. 29. The 90-minute back-and-forth event covered topics such as the coronavirus pandemic, the economy, the Supreme Court, race, climate change and election integrity.
For each topic, the candidates each had two minutes to answer an introductory question, followed by an open discussion.