Millikin student uses fellowship to learn the ins and outs of editing
By her junior year at Millikin University, Bella Hernandez was already immersed in English writing after discovering her passion to write stories. But by the end of her junior year, a unique opportunity came knocking where she could broaden her skills as an editor.
Dr. Stephen Frech releases sixth poetry publication
"When we are Millkin together, great things happen."
As today marks his last day at Millikin University, President Patrick E. White leaves us with a heartfelt farewell message.
Millikin English and Arts Technology & Administration Departments team up to release student magazine
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.
Dr. Randy Brooks recognized by the Haiku Society of America
How a local Millikin student and an international student formed a lasting friendship
Madeline Bethard, a senior communications major from Decatur, Ill., transferred from Richland Community College prior to the start of her junior year. At first, she was having a difficult time adjusting to her transfer. Bethard was excited to meet new people and get to know the students at Millikin, but was concerned she wouldn't find new friendships right away.
Dr. Julie Bates named recipient of 2019 Outstanding Dissertation Award in Technical Communication
Dr. Julie Bates, assistant professor of English at Millikin University, has been named the recipient of the 2019 Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Outstanding Dissertation Award in Technical Communication for her dissertation, "Toward an Interventionary Rhetoric for Technical Communication Studies."