If not already approved for the year beginning fall ’14 for Off Campus OR Meal Plan exemption, pick up the appropriate form in the Student Development office if you want to be considered for spring semester exemption. Check form or with Ann Easter to see if you qualify.
This and That
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Friday, October 10, 2014
- Event to discuss Earth stewardship, 10/19
Is Earth stewardship moral, spiritual, practical, and/or political?
Members of Green Interfaith Network invite the Milligan community to join them on Sunday, October 19, to hear the Rev. Dr. Jerry Cappel, Environmental Network Coordinator for Province IV of The Episcopal Church, and a panel of other faith leaders from the TriCities discuss the question, “Is Earth stewardship moral, spiritual, practical, and/or political?”
Other panelists include Dr. Tim Ross, Hopwood Memorial Christian Church; Father Hal Hutchison, Rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church; Ed Wolff, retired Lutheran pastor; Rev. Jacqueline Luck, Holston Valley Unitarian Universalist; Chaplain Barbara Turner, Congregation Beth Israel.
This event will be held from 3:00-5:00 at The Summit Leadership Foundation, 3104 Hanover Rd., Johnson City.
Thursday, September 25, 2014
- “Politics of Representation: Re-Imaging Indigenous America from Warhol to Map(ing)” reception and 1st ETSU Native American Festival this Friday & weekend
We invite you to join us for the reception of the “Politics of Representation: Re-Imaging Indigenous America from Warhol to Map(ing)” exhibit this Friday, September 26th, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Slocumb Galleries with gallery talk by artists and curators. The exhibit is in collaboration with the 1st ETSU Native American Festival organized by the Office of Multicultural Affairs from September 27 & 28, at the ETSU Quad. The ArtyFact lecture is scheduled on October 2nd, Thursday at 6 p.m., also at the Slocumb Galleries.
The exhibit is co-presented by the Department of Art & Design, Slocumb Galleries and Map(ing) Project in partnership with the ETSU Women’s Resource Center, Women’s Studies Program, the Honors College, SGA, Tamarind Institute, DoubleTree by Hilton and funding from the Tennessee Arts Commission’s Arts Build Communities (ABC) Grant through the Johnson City Area Arts Council. Co-curated by Slocumb Galleries’ director Karlota Contreras-Koterbay and Map(ing) project director Mary Hood, associate professor at Arizona State University. Map(ing) stands for Multiple Artists Printing (Indigenous and Native Geographies), a biennial project that explores the diverse representation of the Indigenous Americans from various lenses with printmaking collaborations between the artists and ASU students. Ten prints from the Map(ing) project are included in this exhibition along with contemporary works from the artists.
The ‘Politics of Representation: Re-Imaging Indigenous America From Warhol to Map(ing)’, an exhibition of Indigenous American art features work by pop artists Andy Warhol and Fritz Scholder as introductory narratives, then paves the way to contemporary artists’ work that address issues of identity and representation. Artists from various tribes in the US and Canada visualize the creative struggle of Indigenous Americans to assert and determine the re-imaging of their people through various agency and media. The participating artists are: Dana Claxton, Jason Garcia, Shan Goshorn, Thomas Greyeyes, Edgar Heap of Birds, Ahkima Honyumptewa, Terrance Houle, Sonya Kelliher-Combs, Dallin Maybee, Wanesia Misquadace, C. Maxx Stevens, Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie, Steven Yazzie and special participation by Jean Hess. The works by Andy Warhol are from the ETSU Department of Art & Design Permanent Collection, gifted from the Warhol Legacy Project, and prints by Fritz Scholder are on loan courtesy of the Tamarind Institute in Albuquerque in New Mexico.
Another exhibit for the festival is the “Reece Museum’s American Indian Artifacts” exhibit curated by alumni Michael Hale and Spenser Brenner are also presented from September 25 to 29, at the SUBmarine Gallery, with joint reception on September 26th from 5 to 7 p.m., as well. Indigenous American artist Wanesia Misquadace shall present birch bark-biting demonstration on September 27th, Saturday during the ETSU 1st Naive American Festival.
The “Politics of Representation: Re-Imaging Indigenous America from Warhol to Map(ing)” exhibit and all accompanying events are available to the public free of charge. the Slocumb Galleries are open Mondays thru Fridays, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours during Thursdays until 6 p.m., receptions, ArtyFact lectures and during the 1st ETSU Native American Festival. Located at Ernest C. Ball Hall, 232 Sherrod Drive, ETSU campus. Enclosed is the evite for the event. Thank you and we hope to see you at the events.
Thursday, September 4, 2014
- “Color Me Rad” 5K on Oct. 18
Color Me Rad is a 5K run taking place at the Appalachian Fairgrounds on October 18th. You will start out clean, but all during the race there will be color bombs made of colored corn starch thrown out. At the end of the race, you will look like a rainbow. Color Me Rad is a race that is held in many cities across the United States and growing each year. At each race, the owners of Color Me Rad chooses charities that benefit from these races. A portion of all proceeds from each race go directly to benefit the charities. There are several different wave times, and the first one starts at 9:00 am. You can choose your start time when you register at www.colormerad.com and choose Johnson City!
Thursday, August 21, 2014
- Milligan fundraising and solicitation policy
A friendly, but very important, reminder from Jack Simpson, vice president for institutional advancement:
Milligan College, as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, recognizes the importance that philanthropic and private donations play in the fabric of our society. The office of institutional advancement encourages our talented faculty, staff, and students in their efforts to enhance Milligan and the other organizations in which they are involved. Given the myriad clubs, causes, and purposes that exist within our campus community, however, it is necessary that these efforts be coordinated such that all fundraising efforts complement the broader mission of Milligan College.
When seeking to raise money on behalf of a Milligan student club/organization, school, department, or a non-Milligan related entity, cause, or individual, the chart included below should serve as a guide to help determine the appropriate point of contact to seek approval for your fundraiser.
In the case of fundraising on behalf of Milligan College or Milligan departments, the office of institutional advancement maintains the college’s fundraising policy. Copies of this policy are available from the vice president for institutional advancement
Who is Asking? Who is Being Asked? Raising Money For: Seek Approval From: Milligan student, student organizations, or faculty/staff. Milligan students, faculty, and staff Milligan student organization or club.
(Ex. Photography Club, Alpha Chi, German Club).
Office of Student Development Milligan student, student organizations, or faculty/staff. Milligan students, faculty, and staff
Local businesses, churches, etc.
Milligan school, department, program, or athletic team.
(Ex. Science area, theatre department, baseball team, etc.)
- Community Center in need of donations
The children’s playroom at the Thompson Community Center needs updating and reorganizing. If you have any of the following that your family would be willing to donate, the Center would appreciate it. (they have no budget for updates)
* large area rug for story corner (at least 5×8)
* some standard fabric storage cubes (10×10 inches) – prefer bright or primary colors but would gladly take any
* assorted puzzles (appropriate for preschool age)
* some baby dolls and accessories
* kitchen and play food accessories
* toddler safe toys (shape sorter, ring stack, ball poppers, etc)
* dress up clothes
Contact Dawn Genry at firstname.lastname@example.org with information questions before dropping off donations.
Monday, August 18, 2014
- Cafeteria jobs open
CAFETERIA JOBS AVAILABLE!!!
We now have Cafeteria Positions Available for the
Fall Semester. If you are Interested Please Stop by the Cafeteria and see Cory Edmundson. email@example.com
If you have them, Please Bring your Driver’s License, Student Id and Social Security Card. Other forms of ID accepted… Permanent Resident and/or Alien Identification Card.
Monday, August 4, 2014
- Apartment for rent
2 BR/1 BA unfurnished apartment 3 miles from Milligan College. Quiet, country setting. First floor with private drive and covered private porch/entry. Walk-in closet, laundry room with washer/dryer hookup, large bathroom. Open living area with built in bookcase. Newly painted and CLEAN! $450 per month, $450 deposit. No pets, no smoking indoors. Credit check and one year lease required.
Elizabethton City Schools
Monday, July 28, 2014
Monday, May 5, 2014
- Free Chick-fil-A sandwich
Enjoy a study break on Tuesday, May 6, from 6-8 p.m. at the Elizabethton Chick-fil-A. Milligan students will receive a FREE chicken sandwich with their student ID.
- Visit Jake the Therapy Dog
Friday, May 2, 2014
- REWARD for lost wallet and all its contents
I have lost a small wrist let wallet. It is brown with flowers and parts of owls on it. It has a zipper and multiple things inside of it. I am offering a $100 reward for the wallet and ALL of its original contents. If you have found it then please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
- Heritage at Downtown Christian (Sunday)
At 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, May 4, Heritage will be singing at Downtown Christian Church in Johnson City.
Joe Whitaker, retired Milligan VP for business, will speak.
Following the Worship Service, DCC has prepared a meal for Milligan folk.
Downtown Christian is located at 335 East Main Street.
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
- SFS office hours
Dear Campus Community,
The Student Financial Services staff, including the Coordinator of Student Accounts, will be out of the office on Thursday, May 1, 2014 attending training. If you have questions for the SFS staff, please come by after 2:00 p.m. on Thursday or during normal business hours on Friday, May 2.
Coordinator of Financial Aid
Monday, April 28, 2014
- Corazón Latino Festival
You are invited to experience the flavor and culture of Latin America at the
Corazón Latino Festival
116 W. Main Street, Jonesborough
Saturday, May 3
Live music, Brazilian samba dancers, farmers market, Latino Pride Parade, Passport to the Americas, salsa, bachata, merengue, yoga, face painting/mask making, bilingual storytelling and food vendors
- Solar Nun to visit 4/30
Friday, April 25, 2014
- Exciting news!
Please join us for
a major announcement made possible by
William B. Greene Jr., Chairman of BancTenn Corp.
Friday, April 25, 11 a.m.
Gregory Center, Milligan College
During this announcement, we’ll be sharing news of developments that will position Milligan
for an even greater level of impact.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
- Called to vocational ministry?
Is God calling you into Vocational Ministry? Are you graduating in May 2014? (Or did you graduate in December, 2013?)
The North American Christian Convention invites you to this summer’s gathering of the leaders of the Christian churches/
churches of Christ. FREE HOUSING. FREE REGISTRATION. TRAVEL STIPEND. Complete the attached application and
submit it to Phyllis Fox in Church Relations, Hyder House. Learn more www.gotonacc.org.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
- Shake it for Autism
I want to invite all of you to participate in this years Shake it for Autism Zumbathon! All of the proceeds from the event go to fund children that attend The Nave Center. I have placed a t-shirt order form in the mail room. T-shirts are $12 and if you come to the event it is $5 at the door. If you are not able to attend and would like to support The Nave Center, you can still purchase a t-shirt. The design is the same as the graphic on the attached flyer.
For those of you that are not familiar with the Nave Center, here is a link to their webpage:
I hope to see lots of Milligan OT faces at the event!!
Kirsty Vannoy, OTS
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
- Help kids go to Young Life camp
Dear Milligan Faculty and Staff,
My name is Nelson Schneider, I am freshman at Milligan. I am involved in Young Life, which is a high school outreach ministry. I lead Young Life at Happy Valley High School right down the road from us. I get to hang out with high school guys and develop friendships with them, in hopes that I can win the right to be heard and tell them about Jesus. Every summer, high schoolers go to a week long camp that is said to be the best week of their life. As a former camper, this is absolutely true- this is where I decided to really start living my life for Jesus and start a relationship with Him. I want my friends at Happy Valley to be able to go to camp and hear about the Savior who loves them. This is where you come in, to lower camp costs we fund-raise for the kids. We can mow your grass, clean out your garage, babysit for you. Anything that you need done, we can do it for you. Would you take some time to see if you could think of any odd jobs that would help us? Also if you would like to consider sponsoring a kid that would be fantastic. The total camp cost for a week at camp is $555… and it is worth every penny!
- Bowl for Kids’ Sake 2014
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Tri-Cities BIG annual fundraiser is coming up, Bowl for Kids’ Sake 2014. This event will take place in each of the Tri-Cities on April 10-12:
Bristol – April 10 at Belmont Lanes form 6-9pm
Johnson City – April 11 at Holiday Lanes from 6-9pm
Kingsport – April 12 at Warpath Lanes from 5-9pm
Everyone is welcome to participate in this event and the cost is $25 per person. All you have to do is follow these 4 steps:
1. Form a Team (2–4 of your favorite people!)
2. Register at BowlForKidsToday.org and choose the location, date and one-hour time slot for your team.
3. Raise money Collect at least $25 per person to participate. Make a difference in the life of a child! (If you are a current Big and raise your 25.00 fee, we will waive your Little’s 25.00 fee)
4. Come out and bowl! Shoes, lanes, door prizes, food, and fun are all included. (bowling skill optional)
If participation is not a good fit for you, here are 10 more ways you can still support our agency:
1. Share or Re-tweet the event with your social media, links are at the bottom of this e-mail
2. Forward this e-mail to people you know
3. Host a speaker from BBBS who will talk about the event or volunteering with the agency
4. Put a donation box out at your company
5. Donate $5 at www.BowlforKidsToday.org to send a Big/Little pair bowling, just search the name of the city you want to support
6. Put up posters or flyers
7. Buy a BFKS t-shirt, this year’s shirts are $10 and last year’s shirts are $5
8. Donate a prize or auction item
9. Ask your company, church, or other local group to make a donation
10. Volunteer to help with set-up or tear down at the bowling event
Friday, April 4, 2014
- Don’t forget Edible Books Festival
- Hands & Feet 5K (SATURDAY)
MILLIGAN COLLEGE, TN (March 13, 2014) — On April 5, a group of students at Milligan College will host a 5K fun run to raise money for the Hands and Feet Project. The race will be held on Milligan’s campus and is scheduled to start at 9 a.m.
Registration is $15 before the day of the race, and the fee increases to $20 on April 5.
This is the second year that the Hands and Feet 5K will be hosted at Milligan. The Hands and Feet Project is a nonprofit organization whose mission is “to care for the orphaned and abandoned children of the world with the love of Christ.” Their current focus is to build villages of homes for children and missionaries in Haiti.
Last year, Milligan student Alicen Simon found out about the Hands and Feet Project and was moved to do something in her community to help. She got a group of friends together to plan the 5K and was overwhelmed with the great response from the college and community.
“I’m looking forward to the impact the students and the community have on this day,” said Simon, a psychology major. “I love watching people come and get excited about doing something great.”
Kristal Dove, Milligan’s director of campus activities, said, “One of the things that I appreciate the most about the Hands and Feet 5K is that it is a student-initiated, student-led event. The race is such a great picture of the servant hearts that exist within the students of the Milligan community.”
Online registration is available at www.milligan.edu/handsandfeet. Participants who register before March 22 will receive a T-shirt. All proceeds from the race benefit the Hands and Feet Project. For more information, e-mail to email@example.com.
– See more at: http://news.milligan.edu/2014/03/5k-fun-run-to-benefit-hands-and-feet-project/#sthash.EVJuXXBe.dpuf
Thursday, April 3, 2014
- Off-campus housing & meal forms
Anyone wanting OFF CAMPUS or off the MEAL PLAN next year may e-mail Ann Easter at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by Student Development to get a form.
Forms also available here:
Thursday, March 27, 2014
- A Sunday hike at Roan Mountain
The Buffalo Ramblers will be rambling on Roan Mountain this Sunday, March 30 (note: Sunday, not Saturday). Jeff Miller will lead the hike. Meet on the Hart Hall porch at 1:30. Watch the weather and come prepared. Bring a water bottle, good shoes, and eat brunch or lunch before you come. We will begin at Carvers Gap and hike eastward on “The Balds,” then return via the same route. The distance will depend on the participants’ preferences.
Monday, March 24, 2014
- Vintage Prayer at Hopwood (3/29)
The Milligan community is invited to:
Prayer in the Gospel of Luke
Led by Dr. Bonnie Thurston
Hopwood Christian Church
Saturday, March 29
A common sight on the road today are new cars that resemble the vintage ones of yesterday, such as the Ford Mustang, the Chevy Camaro, and of course the VW Bug. The value of the new is based on the value of the old. Much the same can be said about our prayer life – the prayers of today can gain a deeper significance when they are influenced by the prayers of yesterday. Join us as Dr. Bonnie Thurston helps us make these very connections with the themes of prayer throughout the Gospel of Luke in order to inform and enrich our prayer life. The atmosphere will be relaxed, the coffee will be fresh, and the fellowship will be warm and low-key (no mixers, we promise).
Through the years, Bonnie Thurston has written or edited 20 books and over one-hundred articles. Her works include: The Spiritual Landscape of Mark, For God Alone: A Primer on Prayer, and Belonging to Borders: A Sojourn in the Celtic Tradition. “Whether reflecting upon her West Virginia mountains, the troubled streets of Jerusalem, or the quiet depths of the human heart, Bonnie Thurston explores the contours of sacred space with the eye of a scholar and the heart of a poet,” said Timothy Ross, minister at Hopwood Christian Church in Milligan College.
9:00 a.m. Coffee and doughnuts
9:20 Session I: General overview and discussion
10:50 Session II: Prayer parables of Luke 18:1-14
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
- Wanted: Part-time “Angel”
First United Methodist Church is seeking a part-time “Angel.” This person will work side-by-side with a child in a group setting. The child has some emotional and behavioral problems and will need someone who can be committed, compassionate, and firm. The hours are Wednesday 5:30-7:30 p.m., Sunday 9:15-10:15 a.m. and 4:30-7 p.m. If interested please send contact information and references to Brandy Robinson at email@example.com. We are hoping to fill this position ASAP and will need to do a background check before employment.
- Student ministry and worship arts internships
Student ministry and worship arts internships are available at Life Church in Franklin, North Carolina.
Internships at Life Church offer a great way for college students to gain practical ministry experience, make a little money, spend the summer in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina, and find their calling in ministry. We are looking for passionate 18-23 year old students who want to make a difference in the lives of others while serving at a modern and aggressive church.
Students can apply here: http://lifechurchfranklin.com/#/internships
Here is a short video describing the process: https://vimeo.com/89013734
- Fundraiser for Pentecostals Music Conference
My name is Joshua Dunn and I am the Worship Pastor for The Pentecostals of Johnson City. On March 29th we are hosting a Music Conference for all of the churches in the surrounding areas. This Thursday (March 20) we are having a fundraiser called Lunch Box Thursday and for $5.00, you can choose between a Chicken Salad Croissant or Club Sandwich, Chips, and Cookie. It will be delivered wherever requested and at the desired time.
Please send orders to Joshua Dunn (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 10:00 am Thursday. Thanks!
- Health & Wellness Fair (TODAY)
Milligan’s Health Services Department is hosting its annual Health & Wellness Fair on Wednesday, March 19th from 10am-2pm in the Gregory Center. The goal of this event is to promote healthy strategies for students to improve academic success by adopting healthy habits regarding stress management, sleep, nutrition, exercise, hygiene, and taking care of their body. Come out and support Milligan senior nursing students as they present information and education on these and other topics as part of their community education curriculum. Also participating in the fair will be graduate students enrolled in the Counseling program at Milligan and who are promoting Brain Awareness Week. These students will display information on topics such as “Healthy & Low Priced Foods for students”, Stress & the Brain, Sleep surveys/Sleep Hygiene. Also a local chiropractor will be present to discuss Spine & Sports Medicine and More…! Everyone in the Milligan community and the public are invited to attend this free event.
Monday, March 10, 2014
- Alumna returns to speak (3/17)
On Monday, March 17th at 6:30pm in Hyder Hall, the Milligan College Occupational Therapy Department, in conjunction with Brain Awareness Week, will be hosting guest speaker Ashley Sheehy. Ashley is a former Milligan occupational therapy student who had a traumatic brain injury as a teenager. Join Ashley as she shares her story about her road from trauma to recovery, as well as the personal quest that led her to be called to the occupational therapy profession.
If you have any interest in the human brain and its amazing capacity for healing, or in the dynamic and often surprising profession of occupational therapy, you won’t want to miss this!
Thursday, March 6, 2014
- Apartment for rent
Apartment for rent at 1216 Huffine Road, across from Willow Springs Park. $365/month with a $300 deposit and 1 year lease. 1 Bedroom, 1 bathroom, and it has a deck.
For more information, contact David Peeples at423-741-5945.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
- Need a summer job on campus?
Milligan is seeking summer help in Housekeeping. If you are interested, please contact Theresa McCrary (TGMcCrary@milligan.edu) in the Physical Plant.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Friday, February 28, 2014
- Last day of Penny War!
Today is the LAST DAY of the Alpha Chi Penny War! This is your LAST CHANCE to make:
Mary Jackson take a vow of silence,
Bob Mahan wear a female superhero costume, John Jackson wear a kilt, Tony Jones sport extreme facial hair, and Lori Mills dye her hair blue and green.
Bring pennies or other money to Sutton lobby TODAY between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.! Remember: the Alpha Chi sponsor with the most points will do his or her embarrassing activity next week! If $250 or more is raised, ALL of the sponsors have to do their embarrassing activities! We need $175 ON FRIDAY to make this happen. That’s just 35 people donating $5 each, or 25 people donating $7 each!
Pennies placed in a sponsor’s container will count 1 point, while other coins or bills reduce the number of points (e.g., a nickel reduces points by five, a dollar by 100, etc.). The money raised will be donated to a local school for the purchase of books and to a clean water fundraiser at the Alpha Chi National Convention in March.
Totals as of Thursday, Feb. 25th:
1. Bob Mahan: 442 points (877 pennies – $4.35 other currency)
2. Tony Jones: 325 points (605 pennies – $2.80 other currency)
3. John Jackson: -201 points (44 pennies – $2.45 other currency)
4. Mary Jackson: -238 points (137 pennies – $3.75 other currency)
5. Lori Mills: -257 points (643 pennies – $9.00 other currency)
Other miscellaneous money donated: $29.65
Total money raised thus far: $75.06
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
- Sign up for blood drive
Marsh Blood Drive
March 5th from 9-5.
Sign ups outside the caf this week.
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
- Special Olympics Polar Plunge fundraiser
Dear Milligan community,
My name is Krystle Eiting and I am currently in my first year in the Masters of Occupational Therapy Program. Some of you may know who I am while many of you may not. I am writing this e-mail because on March 8th I will be participating in the Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics and jumping into the icy cold waters of Lake Michigan back in my home town in Illinois. Just to give you a temperature update Chicago has an average air temperature of 19 degrees.
This is a cause very near and dear to my heart. My brother was an individual with intellectual disabilities as well as Cerebral Palsy. His favorite thing to do was to participate in the Special Olympics events. Unfortunately, he died my freshman year of college but his memory and love for sports live on. There are many athletes like him and I am raising money so that they can continue to participate in the Special Olympics games. It is my goal to help these athletes feel the same joy that he felt. Some individuals with disabilities have little that they enjoy, but sports can help to put a smile on their face. The smiles that they show while participating in sports is priceless and I want to help keep those smiles on their faces. If you feel you can help and support the nearly 21,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities in any way please visit my webpage to make a donation. It is my goal to raise 1000 dollars to help with this mission of supporting Special Olympics.
Here is the website:
Thank you in advance for your time and consideration in donating and supporting Special Olympics. Any little bit goes a long way and your donation can help provide athletes with intellectual disabilities the chance to participate in year round sports.
Krystle Eiting, MSOT Student
Monday, February 17, 2014
Thursday, February 6, 2014
- Clinic Closed FRIDAY
The Health Services Clinic will be closed Friday, February 7, 2014 and reopen at 9am Monday, February 10th. Please see the Milligan Website for a list of medical alternatives if need or call 911 if you have a medical emergency.
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
- Cover photo contest
Hello Fellow Buffaloes!
The Buffalo Annual Staff is looking for great cover photography, and we need help from our students! We are accepting any and all pictures taken by students this year that represent our theme – “Buff Nation.”
Show us what Buff Nation means to you by joining our contest! The winner will not only have their photography displayed on the cover of the 2014 annual, but also will receive a Visa or MasterCard gift card.
Please make sure your submissions are size 9×12 at 350 dpi, and emailed to Mitchell Clark at MLClark@my.milligan.edu or Harper Severance at HSeverance@my.milligan.edu. The deadline for submissions is Feb. 17.
In case the cover really isn’t your thing, never fear – we need other pictures! The staff has instituted a hashtag (#MilliganYearbook) for your convenience whenever you’re snapping pictures at any and all Milligan events.
We hope you’ll join us in the creation of this year’s book, and look forward to receiving your wonderful work!
- Learn more about Marketing/PR
Interested in Marketing or Public Relations?
Come to the Cafeteria Annex this Wednesday, February 5, at 12:15!
If you’d be interested in being a part of an campus wide Marketing/PR club, or just being part of an email list to get information about marketing/PR news and opportunities, come to this meeting! We will talk about what this group/club would look like and what kind of things we all would like to see come from that. Please come if you are interested in being part of something like this, and invite your friends! This is open to everyone, not just Business and Communication majors! Come with ideas of what you would like to see from something like this and topics that you might like to learn more about.
For questions, contact Brittany Shaffer at email@example.com
Monday, February 3, 2014
- Marriage seminar
Are you engaged? Would you like to like to get your marriage off to a good start? Are you married? Would you like to celebrate Valentine’s Day by investing in your marriage?
Truth Fellowship is co-sponsoring the Art of Marriage seminar at the Summit Leadership Foundation on Feb. 14 and 15. This Family Life Today video series is an excellent look at marriage and its challenges and blessings. For more information and to register, go to this website http://theartofmarriage.com/ or contact Dr. Charlene Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org or 423-483-4665. Scholarships are available, so money should not be an issue.
- Singing Valentines
- Athletic Training Room Schedule (2/3-2/8)
Monday, February 3, 2014
12pm Coaches Meeting
7pm MBB vs Alice Lloyd
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
7pm JV MBB vs King
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
5:30pm WBB vs Truett McConnell
7:30pm MBB vs Truett McConnell
Thursday, February 6, 2014
Friday, February 7, 2014
Saturday, February 8, 2013
1pm Baseball vs Johnson Univ.
2pm WBB vs Bryan
4pm MBB vs Bryan
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Thursday, January 23, 2014
- Become a Student Ambassador
The Admissions Office is looking for Student Ambassadors!
The Ambassador Program for Milligan College is a unique opportunity for current students to meet and talk with prospective students. Students chosen to represent Milligan as Ambassadors lead visiting students and their families on campus tours as well as join them for lunch or sit with them during Chapel services. Ambassadors are the first impression many prospective students will have of Milligan College.
The Admissions office is looking for students who love the school and can share positive stories and experiences to visiting students and their families. Ambassadors also volunteer for Open House, Be a Buff Day and Connections weekends. We are looking for energetic and responsible students for the upcoming semester who have free time in their schedules to lead tours.
If you are interested, please email Rita Booher at email@example.com with questions or for an application.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
- Reminder about inclement weather policy
Dear members of the Milligan community:
With the coldest time of the year upon us, 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 policy online at http://www.milligan.edu/academics/calendar.html#snow . When bad weather threatens, all faculty, staff, and students should monitor weather conditions as well as the media outlets mentioned in our policy. On mornings when there will be a weather delay or cancellation, the College will typically notify 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 text alert system. If you haven’t already signed up for the text 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 now that we’re in the season for dicey weather, let’s be alert and safe!
Thursday, January 16, 2014
- Focus T-25 Class at Gilliam Wellness Center
Heather Espeland will be leading a Focus T-25 Class at the Gilliam Wellness Center on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. The class will be held at 8:00AM and will begin on Tuesday the 21st of January. The class is first come, first serve.
- Yoga Class at Gilliam Wellness Center
Miriam Perkins will be leading a Yoga Class at the Gilliam Wellness Center. The class will be held on Tuesday nights at 5:15PM. The class will begin on Tuesday night the 21st of January. The class is first come, first serve.
- Zumba Class at Gilliam Wellness Center
Sydney Franklin will be leading a Zumba Class at the Gilliam Wellness Center on Monday nights at 5:30PM. The class will begin on Monday night the 27th of January. The class is first come, first serve.