Friday, April 24, 2015
- Jake The Therapy Dog is back!!! May 5-6 in the library
- Yard sale to benefit Dr. Josh Wandell, 4/25
The end of the semester is quickly approaching. While you are finishing up classes and papers don’t forget about move out. Each spring students toss out perfectly good items into the dumpster. This year, we want to put move out and clean out to good use.
Saturday, April 25 from 9am-12pm we will be hosting a yard sale in the canyon parking lot. All proceeds will go to Dr. Josh Wandell and his family as they continue to battle ALS. There will be music and lemonade at the yard sale and donations will be gladly accepted.
Don’t wait until the last minute to go through your rooms. Make donations to help a wonderful family. Talk with your RA to find out where your donations need to be taken.
Director of Residence Life and Housing
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
- Creeper Trail trip on Saturday, 4/25
Want to get away from campus this Saturday, but only have $5 to spend?
Surprisingly, you’re in luck!
CAB will be taking a group of 25 students to the Creeper Trail in Damascus, VA (about 1 hr and 15 mins away) for a 17 mile bike trip!
Sign Up in the Caf during lunch! Only 25 spots available and only $5!
We will be leaving at 9:00am and will be back at the latest 6:30pm.
We cover: bike, helmet, shuttle up mountain
You cover: lunch!
Contact Garrett McDonald with any questions!
- Faculty Feud fundraiser on 4/24, 7:30, Sub7.
Milligan’s chapter of Alpha Chi, a national honor society, will be holding Faculty Feud, a fund raising event on Friday, April 24th at 7:30 in Sub7. Pres. Dr. Bill Greer will be the emcee with a faculty team competing against a student team. Admission is $2. Baked goodies will also be for sale. Funds will go to ArtTherapy Connections.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
- SGA election results
Election results from last week’s SGA elections are in. Please take a look at the list below to see who will be representing you and your class as a part of next year’s Student Government Association. Results are as follows:
President: Kacie Mullins
Vice President: Dani Cortes
Secretary: Dani De Los Santos
Treasurer: Seth Veenbas
Parliamentarian: Abigail Williamson
Senior Class President: Morgan Green
Senior Class Female Rep: Emily Williams
Senior Class Male Rep: Andrew Simonsen
Junior Class President: Amanda Florian
Sophomore Class President: Drew Doehring
Sophomore Class Male Reps: Hunter Buchanon and Samuel Bratton
Sophomore Class Female Reps: Cynthia Salinas
Monday, April 20, 2015
- Wonderful Wednesday (or Marvelous Monday) map and itinerary
Guess What??? Wonderfully Marvelous Disney Day is Officially Here!!
See the map and itinerary below.
It’s Time to Celebrate our FAVORITE Day of the Year – Disney Day!! Check out the attached schedule to see a list of today’s events and a Milligan World amusement park map for all event locations. Have a wonderfully magical time today…and as you post to social media, do us a favor and tag your posts with #MCWonderfulWednesday (yes, I realize it’s actually Marvelous Monday…but even though it’s Marvelous Monday, it’s still a Wonderful Wednesday too) – that way everyone can see how much fun we are having!!
So go back to bed, brunch starts at 10:30 – and we can’t wait to see you at Cinderella’s Castle (aka the caf) to get the celebration started!!
As a reminder:
All student learning activities will be canceled on Wonderful Wednesday with the following exceptions:
a. Clinical experiences involving an outside business entity (such as clinical nursing placements or student teaching)
b. Graduate or ADCP classes
c. Performances to which persons outside the Milligan community have been invited, such as plays or concerts (lessons, rehearsals, and juries are not included and will be canceled)
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
- SGA Election Party on Thursday, 4/16
Join SGA for our Election Party on Thursday!
Starts at 6:30 in Jeanes Community Room.
Meet the candidates, get some refreshments, and vote for your 2015-2016 Student Body Council!
Interested in running? Petitions are still available in the SGA Office! (Must be turned in by 8pm on Tuesday).
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
- Want to be off campus next year?
YOU CAN GET THIS DONE BEFORE YOU LEAVE FOR SUMMER
… Students living at home must have parent signature and phone #.
If you know you’re going to want to be OFF CAMPUS next year AND QUALIFY, FORMS are available in the STUDENT DEVELOPMENT OFFICE next to the grill and must be completed and returned to Student Development prior to the beginning of each Fall Semester for approval.
- Free spaghetti dinner at Emmanuel POSTPONED to 4/27
Thursday, March 26, 2015
- Sign up now for the May biology trip to northern CA
The May biology trip is going to northern California for two week, May 9-24. The brochure, with itinerary and cost, is available here. Interested students can contact Dr. Gary Wallace or Dr. Dick Lura.
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
- 2015 Heritage Auditions, 4/21
2015 Heritage Auditions
Date: Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Time: 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
Location: Lower Seeger Auditorium at Milligan College
Eligible: Those who will be freshmen-seniors at Milligan in Fall 2015
Procedure: Fill out this form below, have someone provide an online reference for you, and then show up to Lower Seeger at 7 pm on April 21st.
Friday, March 20, 2015
- Winners of the NSSE random drawing are…
The Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness would like to thank all the freshmen and seniors who completed the online National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). Congratulations to the winners of the random drawing for $25 Amazon gift cards: Hannah Shipp, Jessica Lane, Luke Skeirik, and John Edds.
Thursday, March 19, 2015
- Shake It for Autism! 3/18
Please join Milligan College’s Occupational Therapy program and ETSU’s Speech and Language Pathology program for the 5th annual Dance-A-Thon
Where: V.O. Dobbins Community Center Kingsport, TN
When: Saturday March 28th, 2015 from 9-11 am
Where: Steve Lacy Fieldhouse at Milligan College
When: Thursday April 9th, 2015 from 6-7:30 pm
Cost: $5 at the door
Event t-shirts: $12
This cardio dance workout will be used to raise funds to sponsor the children who attend ETSU’s Nave Language Center, which serves children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and related communication and social pragmatic challenges.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
- Lifeguard training available in March
Life Guard Training!
March 20-21st & 27-28th
@ Milligan College (Field House)
Friday, March 20th (5-9 PM) $35 Red Cross membership fee
Saturday, March 21st (9 AM-5 PM) $200 Class Cost
Friday, March 27th (5-9 PM) (Includes learning materials and equipment)
Saturday, March 28th (9 AM-5 PM) Recertification available (call for cost)
What to bring:
Contact instructor(s) Becky Martin at (814) 233-6563 or e-mail Luke Falasca firstname.lastname@example.org for registration details
- Spring Health Fair, 3/18
Spring Health fair will be in the Gregory Center Lobby Wednesday, March 18, from 9a to 2 p.
Friday, March 13, 2015
- Brain Awareness Week, 3/16-3/20
Brain Awareness Week (BAW), March 16-22, is a nationwide effort organized by the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives and the Society for Neuroscience to promote the public and personal benefits of brain research. The psychology honor society has offered events and tried to raise awareness for several years now. The Cool Buff’s club has taken up the tradition and is offering several events.
March 17, 12p, Welshimer Room in the Library, Book Club discussion of Ghost Boy
March 17, 4:45-5:15p, Anatomy lab will be open to show a real human brain
March 18, 10:30a, field trip to the HandsOnMuseum Body Exhibit – RSVP to Ronda Paulson, RPaulson@milligan.edu
March 18, 9a to 2p, Spring Health Fair will be in the Gregory Center Lobby
March 19, 5:30p, Hyder Auditorium, Angie Odom will speak about Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
March 21, 12 pm, field trip to the Handson Museum Body Exhibit – RSVP to Joy Drinnon, JRDrinnon@milligan.edu
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
- Book returns start 3/6
The Milligan College Bookstore will begin Spring semester textbook returns starting on March 6th, 2015. This is NOT a “Book Buy Back”. Each semester we purchase textbooks from publishers, wholesalers, and distributers. Once the semester begins and students have had an opportunity to purchase textbooks at the bookstore; we return the unsold items to the vendors to make room for next semesters books. We remind students before returning textbooks so they know to come purchase the textbooks while they are still on hand.
Please make your final textbook purchases and pick-up all special orders before 5pm on March 5th, 2015. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Daniel Simerly or me at 461-8733.
Jack Presnell, Manager
Milligan College Bookstore
Friday, February 27, 2015
- Campus Shred Day, 3/3
Campus Shred Day
March 3, 2015
9am – 1pm
Where: Behind the SUB
What: Secure Document Destruction
Contact: Mary Spaller x8985
Details: As we kick-off our Information Security & Compliance program, Milligan is partnering with Shred-a-Way to provide secure, bulk document shredding services.
We are hosting a campus wide shredding event on March 3rd. A Shred-a-Way truck will be parked behind the SUB from 9am – 1pm. Bring all of the documents you were afraid to put in the trash, old bank statements, bills or expired personal documents…bring it all, and be sure that your information is securely destroyed.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
- Living History Museum, 2/27
The museum features four exhibits and seeks to bring history to life. The four exhibits are Politics/Religion, Brown vs. Board of Education, Music, and the Emancipation Proclamation. Participants will be able to meet “Abe Lincoln,” write their own emancipation, watch a short film (pending), and experience racial discrepancies in schools as part of the Brown vs. Board of Education exhibit. The food will be catered by a soul food restaurant and feature mac&cheese, mashed potatoes, catfish and collard greens.
Monday, February 23, 2015
- “Shine a Light on Slavery Day” on Friday, 2/27
The End It Movement, a coalition of 16 organizations raising awareness of the plight of 27 million people trapped in modern-day slavery, has designated Friday, February 27th as Shine a Light on Slavery Day. More here https://secure.enditmovement.com/about.
How can you get involved?
THURS: Come to IJM’s night of prayer on (8:00-8:30 pm in the Jeanes Community Room) to pray for slaves around the world.
FRI: Come to the Derthick 2nd floor lobby between 7:50am and 12:20 pm to draw a red X on the back of your hands, showing your support for the End It Movement. Then post a picture of your hands on social media using #ENDITMOVEMENT.
To learn more, talk to Dr. Lori Mills or Mikayla Vosler.
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
- “Jump Start Your Job Search with LinkedIn” on 2/12
Jump Start Your Job Search with LinkedIn
Join Marketing Professional and Personal Branding Expert, Mary Ellen Miller
This Thursday, February 12, 2014
6:00pm to 8:00pm
Have a professional head shot taken on Thursday in the SGA Conference Room. This head shot will be used to build your own LinkedIn page.
Already have a page? Come and learn about strategies to position yourself in the marketplace for internships and jobs.
You will leave this workshop with your own developed LinkedIn page.
Sign Up today by hitting reply and letting us know you will attend.
Only ten seats left!! Reserve your place today.
- Valentine’s Day Help the HERD event on Friday
Friday, February 6, 2015
- Blood drive, 2/9
There will be a blood drive on Monday, February 9th from 9:00am-5:00pm. You can sign up outside of the cafeteria during lunch before February 6th or stop by on February 9th without an appointment. Everyone who donates will receive a free t-shirt and will be entered into a drawing to win a Fitbit. Anyone who signs up ahead of time will receive two entries for the Fitbit. If you have any questions or will not be able to sign up during lunch, please email email@example.com.
Thursday, February 5, 2015
- Video Game Olympics, 2/6
THE VIDEO GAME OLYMPICS
1Day…5 games…1 Gold Medal
Super Smash Bros U! Mario Kart Wii!
Fifa 15! COD:Black Ops!
And a Mystery Game!
• Must have a team made of 4 or 5 people to sign up
• Only 8 teams may sign up
• 1 team member per tournament. If the team is 4 members, you must pick one for the mystery game.
• Prize for the winning team and each tournament winner
• People that want to play an individual tournament may register on February 6th if there any spots available
• Free Food and Fun Games for all that come out!
Tournament Date: February 6th
Registration: February 6th from 6pm till 7pm
For more information or for preregistration, email Will Blackmarr at Wablackmarr@my.milligan.edu
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
- Zumba now on Mondays and Fridays
Zumba will officially start Monday, Feb. 9. Contact Saziye Gourley-Ozhayta, SMGourley@my.milligan.edu.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
- 4th annual February Madness Library Pen Tournament begins 2/2
The 4th annual February Madness Library Pen Tournament begins February 2! Library users will decide the Library’s next color combination in a single elimination tournament on its Facebook page. To participate “like” the Milligan College Library Facebook page.
Our Facebook fans can vote by liking the photos of their favorite designs in the galleries posted every weekday until the 14th. Vote for as many combinations as you like. You’ll be able to see which colors are squaring off against each other, and your votes determine which colors advance and win! We’ll keep track of the tournament’s progress on Facebook, a poster on the circ desk, and an interactive bracket. We’ll tally the votes each day before 4:30, so vote early and often.
On February 13th, we’ll announce the winning color combination, and our prize winners as well–we’ll draw one name for a $15 Target gift card, and two names for $5 Dunkin’ Donuts gift cards. All Milligan students/faculty/staff and community borrowers with library accounts are eligible to win!
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
- Interested in hosting your own radio show?
Join us for an informational meeting on WUMC Radio Wednesday from 4:30 until 5pm in Derthick 202. This meeting is required of all radio lab students, but volunteers are welcomed and encouraged.
Thursday, January 8, 2015
- Check-in/registration schedule – Spring 2015
Check-in/registration schedule – Spring 2015
All traditional undergraduate students must complete the check-in/registration process in Derthick Hall on January 12 or 13. ADCP and graduate students are not required to complete the check-in process.
Monday, January 12
8:30 – 10:00 Sophomores A – M
10:00 – 11:30 Sophomores N – Z
1:00 – 3:00 Juniors A – M
3:00 – 4:30 Juniors N – Z
Tuesday, January 13
8:30 – 10:00 Seniors A – M
10:00 – 11:30 Seniors N – Z
1:00 – 3:00 Freshmen A – M
3:00 – 4:30 Freshmen N – Z
Incoming students (freshmen and transfers)
Monday, January 12 2:00 – 4:00
Tuesday, January 13 8:30 – 11:30; 1:00 – 4:30
- Spring move in
You are welcome to move back in after 1pm on Sunday, January 11. RAs will be in the lobbies from 1pm-5pm to check in new students. If you are moving buildings or moving in after a semester away, I recommend moving in at this time as well. The RAs will be set up to assist with keys and paperwork.
For questions, contact Kate Anderson, Director of Residence Life and Housing, 423-461-8735.
Monday, December 1, 2014
- Johnson City Symphony Orchestra presents “Home for the Holidays,” 12/13
The sounds of the season will ring through the Mary B. Martin Auditorium of Seeger Chapel at Milligan College when the Johnson City Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Robert J. Seebacher, presents “Home for the Holidays” on December 13. Joining the symphony will be the City Youth Ballet of Johnson City. The concert is sponsored by BedInABox.
The City Youth Ballet is a chartered, not-for-profit performance organization offering an extensive repertoire of classical and contemporary ballet performances for the general public and school groups throughout the year. The CYB provides high quality performances of classical ballets such as “The Nutcracker,”
“A Christmas Carol,” “Cinderella,” and “Coppelia,” as well as contemporary and lesser known ballets such as “Dracula,” “Peter and the Wolf,” and “Hans Christian Andersen.” Original, commissioned works are also part of the CYB’s repertoire. Along with the expertise of Susan Pace, the CYB’s artistic director, the CYB invites guest dancers and teachers from internationally celebrated companies and schools to conduct workshops for its dancers and for interested community members. The City Youth Ballet will join the symphony for the performance of “The Polar Express” Concert Suite by Alan Sylvestri and Glen Ballard and arranged by Jerry Brubaker.
Other holiday-themed work on the program for this concert includes “March of the Toys” from Victor Herberts Babes in Toyland, Mel Tormé’s “The Christmas Song”, “Festive Sounds of Hanukkah” arranged by Bill Holcombe, the “Pastoral Symphony” from The Messiah by George Fredrich Handel, Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Polonaise” from Christmas Eve and “Dance of the Tumblers” from The Snow Maiden, and more, including a Christmas Sing-a-long.
The December 13th “Home for the Holidays” concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Mary B. Martin Auditorium of Seeger Chapel at Milligan College. Individual concert tickets are $35, $30 for seniors (65+), and $10 for students. Season tickets are still available online at www.jcsymphony.com or by calling the symphony office at 423-926-8742. Tickets for the entire season range from $70 to $150. The symphony accepts Master Card, Visa, and Discover. Free bus service is available from Colonial Hill, leaving at 6:15 p.m.; Maplecrest and Appalachian Christian Village, at 6:30; and City Hall, at 6:45 p.m. Concerts are partially funded under an agreement with the Tennessee Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Friday, November 21, 2014
- Book buy back starts 12/9
Book buy back
December 9th 10am – 6pm
December 10th 10am – 4pm
December 11th 10am – 6pm
Book buy back will be in the SUB building in SGA conference room
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Monday, November 17, 2014
- Inclement weather policy reminder
With the weather turning colder, this is a good time for everyone to be reminded of the College’s inclement weather policy. You may review the College’s snow schedule online at http://www.milligan.edu/documents/snow-schedule.pdf . When bad weather threatens, all faculty, staff, and students should monitor weather conditions as well as local media outlets. You may view a list of these media outlets in the Milligan College Student Handbook, available online at http://www.milligan.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/student_handbook.pdf , p. 6. On mornings when there will be a weather delay or cancellation, the College will typically notify local media by 6:00 am but most certainly by 6:30 am. Unforeseen changes in weather conditions during the work day may necessitate later decisions on rare occasions. Notification will also occur on the College web home page, on the Milligan Today page, the outbound recording on the College switchboard, and via the College’s Rave text alert system. If you haven’t already signed up for the Rave notification system, now would be a good time to do so. You may sign up at https://www.getrave.com/login/milligan .
The primary consideration for the College in making weather-related scheduling changes will be the safety of faculty, staff, and students. So as we near the season for icy and dicey weather, let’s be alert and safe!
Friday, November 14, 2014
Friday, November 7, 2014
- Marsh Regional Blood Center at Milligan, 11/13
There will be a blood drive for the Marsh Regional Blood Center on Thursday, November 13, from 9:00am-4:00pm. Stop by the blood drive table outside of the caf between today and November 12th, and sign up to donate.
Thursday, November 6, 2014
- Buffalo Ramblers hike this Saturday, 11/8
The Buffalo Ramblers will hike this Saturday, November 8th, under the leadership of Rebecca Sapp. The group will help decide the location. Meet at Hart steps at noon. Watch the weather; come prepared!
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
- Legacy Project,11/11
Speakers: President Greer and Lee Fierbaugh
Have you ever wondered why Milligan does things a certain way? Is there anything you’d like to see differently on campus? Have questions about the future of Milligan College? President Greer and Lee Fierbaugh want to answer your questions as a part of SGA’s Legacy Project series. On Tuesday, November 11, come to the SUB at 7pm to get your questions answered!
Come with questions, or submit your questions to SGA by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org ! You can also write down your questions and give them to an SGA representative outside the cafe during lunch!
Join us for some refreshments and a time of Q & A with President Greer and Lee Fierbaugh, Milligan’s Vice President for Marketing and Enrollment Management.
- ResLife Week, 11/3-7
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
- 3rd Annual Advent Market, 12/3
On Wednesday, Dec. 3, we will be hosting our 3rd Annual Advent Market from 9am-4pm in the lobby of the Gregory Center. In sponsoring this event, our hope is to create an opportunity to support multiple ministries, non-profit organizations, local artisans and our own students, while also providing a meaningful gift alternative to other shopping stores.
We would also love to provide our students with the opportunity to sell any personally handmade crafts or goods in order to raise money for a good cause (i.e. missions work, non-profit organizations, etc.) If you are interested in participating or helping or would just like more information, please email me at KDove@milligan.edu or call me at 423.461.8335. I look forward to hearing back from you as we prepare for the 2014 Advent Market.
Thursday, October 30, 2014
- Host and hostess opportunities
Every year we have visiting students who would like to spend the night on campus. Admissions Office is looking for students who have the gift of Hospitality and would like to host overnight guests. Host/hostesses meet new prospective students and have the opportunity to tell them about Milligan.
The admissions office is currently looking for students who are willing to house prospective students when they request to spend the night on campus. You don’t have to have an extra bed or couch, the students are told to bring a sleeping bag. Student will only stay for one night and you do not need to provide meals.
If you are interested, please contact me at email@example.com as soon as possible for more details.
- GPS student appreciation event, 11/19
The Graduate and Professional Studies office is planning a student appreciation event on Wednesday, November 19, in the Sutton lobby from 11-1:30. We will have (hopefully) a wheel to spin for prizes/candy, tic tac toe toss, corn hole, etc for traditional undergrad students. Our goal is to showcase the graduate programs.
Friday, October 24, 2014
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
- Book Reading & Signing with author Clinton J. Holloway, 10/25
Book Reading & Signing with author Clinton J. Holloway to present He Still Speaks: A Literary Biography of Robert Milligan at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 25, at the P.H. Welshimer Memorial Library. Presented by the P.H. Welshimer Memorial Library and Milligan College Archives & Special Collections.
Join us to celebrate Robert Milligan’s 200th Year!
Be sure to check out the Robert Milligan exhibit, located on the Main Floor of the Library.
Monday, October 20, 2014
Thursday, October 16, 2014
- Order ring, announcements, and get cap & gown, 10/24
Order your College Ring, Announcements and pick up your Cap & Gown at this event.
October 24th, 2014
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
- Flu shots available for students, 10/16
GET A SHOT….GIVE A SHOT!!
IF YOU GET A SHOT, A CHILD IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY WILL ALSO RECEIVE
A LIFESAVING VACCINE
WALGREENS FLU CLINIC, OCT. 16 11AM-1PM
GILLIAM WELLNESS CENTER
IN ORDER TO HAVE AN IDEA OF VOLUME OF VACCINES ON HAND, PLEASE RESPOND WITH A QUICK YES VIA EMAIL TO firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
- Appalachia Service Project’s “Milligan Day” is 10/18
Appalachia Service Project is holding a Milligan Day this Saturday October 18 from 9 am to 4 pm! You will be working on projects that involve some construction, but you are not required to have any construction experience. All you need to do is show up in long pants, boots or closed toe shoes, and bring a lunch. You will have to provide your own transportation to the project site which is at 4523 Bristol Highway Johnson City, TN 37601. If you have any questions you can contact L.I.N.C. at the address below. You can also contact ASP at email@example.com.
- Dodgeball tournament, 10/21
Tuesday, October 21st @ 6:30!
*There will be four teams, one for each class.*
If you want to play SIGN-UP during lunch this week right outside the cafeteria or email SGA at firstname.lastname@example.org