May 31, 2019 at 9:45am

Blue Review: All Access

I had the absolute pleasure of spending an afternoon with President Patrick White, drinking hot chocolate, asking him a few of my burning questions, and getting a glimpse of the man behind the presidency. I was surprised by his soft-spoken, quiet nature, as I have heard him fill the Kirkland Fine Arts Center with speeches of insight, wisdom, and great pride for Millikin. Over laughs, jokes and stories, I got a small look into the life of our leader.

April 11, 2019 at 1:45pm

Competition features performances from Millikin's top three music performing students

Millikin University's Hollis Prize is the highest award that may be received by a student instrumentalist or vocalist within the School of Music. The 17th annual Hollis Prize Competition was held on Saturday, April 6 at Kaeuper Hall in Perkinson Music Center on Millikin's campus. The competition featured performances from Millikin University's top three music performing students.

February 8, 2019 at 10:15am

James Millikin Scholar uses project to create children's mystery musical

Haley Muller is a James Millikin Scholar (JMS) at Millikin University. She is part of a highly selective honors program designed to facilitate activities for students who engage in creative pursuits.

November 9, 2018 at 1:00pm

Millikin pilot course delivers content outside of class and activities during class

The term flipped classroom, or flipped instruction, is becoming a unique form of learning in the field of education, and it's being adopted at Millikin University through a pilot course titled Earth & Space Science.

October 31, 2018 at 9:30am

Tomorrow's Teachers learn about the education field from Millikin faculty and students

For those who aspire to become teachers, sometimes the best way to understand the field is by seeing it up close, and Millikin University's annual Tomorrow's Teachers Conference provides that very opportunity.

July 23, 2018 at 2:15pm

Thriving business owner earning degree through Flexible Learning

Amy Mazzotti is known throughout the Decatur community as an ambitious, inspiring and genuine leader. Her successful business, A-Team Bootcamp 360-Athlete, has over 500 members who work out with her and her husband every single week. The popularity of the bootcamp spread so quickly that Mazzotti currently has a waiting list of people who are eager to reach their fitness goals under the guidance of the duo. 

June 22, 2018 at 10:15am

Millikin students build web application for local apprenticeship program

For more than two decades, Homework Hangout Club, Inc. in Decatur, Ill., has impacted the local community by providing employment, skills, training, education, financial literacy, leadership and confidence to low income youth, young adults and families. The facility houses a pre-apprenticeship program for adults and offers training through construction trades, including plumbing, electrical and painting.

April 25, 2018 at 10:00am

Millikin business students turn art gallery into virtual experience

Virtual reality (VR) is quickly growing into one of the more popular technologies on the market and it's already making a difference in how we see things as well as how we communicate with audiences.

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