Dr. Tony Magagna to teach two-semester term in Japan for 2018-19 academic year
Professor of Hip-Hop opens Civic Discourse Week
As a high school student, A.D. Carson '04 aspired to become a professional rapper. Years later, the Millikin University graduate has made a name for himself as not only a performing artist, but an educator serving as an assistant professor of Hip-Hop and the Global South at the University of Virginia.
MU faculty examine the relationship between media and the public
Millikin student-run newspaper awarded for Sports Column, Sports Story and Headline Writing
Millikin University's student-run newspaper, the Decaturian, won three awards at the Illinois College Press Association (ICPA) annual convention in Chicago on Feb. 17.
Turning the Tables
There’s a line in Dr. A.D. Carson’s song, “Letter Home,” that says, “being Black ain’t never been the thing to be.”
The Good, The Bad and The Yellow
Millikin alum bringing hip-hop to classroom
Bronze Man Books publishes new book for parents and care providers
Millikin student newspaper wins four ICPA Awards
Millikin University's student-run newspaper, the Decaturian, won four awards at the Illinois College Press Association (ICPA) annual convention, held Feb. 17-18 in Chicago.
The Decaturian staff received honorable mention for General Excellence in the division for non-dailies with a circulation of less than 4,000.