Two years ago, Dr. Gail Fyke's son was successfully recovering from brain surgery at a New York area hospital, when inspiration struck ... an idea for a unique research project that is now helping people in the Decatur community.
Spring 2021 Articles
Many have faced challenges and unique changes the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but perhaps none have seen more challenges than those in the medical field. Nurses and Millikin nursing students alike have had to adapt to the current climate and have been tested to their limits.
Millikin University professor Keyria Rodgers didn’t set out for a career in teaching and criminal justice when she began attending University of Illinois-Springfield (UIS) on a basketball scholarship in 2005. At the time she wanted to design video games and was working toward a major in graphic design, but remained unsure about pursuing visual arts.
Rear Admiral Darin K. Via, Class of 1987, has lived a life of firsts.
Speaking with the Stars
Answering questions instead of asking them in an interview setting takes Millikin University alumnus Denny Patterson, Class of 2013, out of his comfort zone.
Creating opportunities to celebrate 50 years of women’s athletics at Millikin University has not been easy.
There’s no doubt that in the past year, COVID-19 has impacted every part of Millikin students’ lives.
From canceled events to virtual learning, no part of the college experience has remained unaffected.
Millikin University student-athletes have become familiar with the struggles of practicing and competing through a pandemic all too well.