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HUMANITIES TOUR 2019 Celebration/Information pizza party. Enrolled on the tour? Interested but undecided? Ready to apply? This meeting is for you! Come grab some pizza between your final exams, meet […]
Thursday, May 3rd the Grill will be closing at 1:30, and Cafeteria will serve last meal at dinner from 5PM to 6PM. Have a great Summer!!
Next week is finals week and CAB wants you to take a break from all the studying and paper writing. Come and watch the sun set on the day and […]
Thursday evening, senior Kerael Matthew and guests including Dr. Kayla Walker Edin present a conversation on career, major, faith and what it all means. 7:30/SUB7/1SFP.
Be a part of this remarkable weekend. Details – https://tcr.billygraham.org/ Saturday is Student Night featuring Crowder. Full artist lineup – https://tcr.billygraham.org/guest-artist-lineup/
No instruments allowed for this fun-filled evening of a cappella music, an annual tradition that is back again with a new name. Featuring Milligan’s three premier vocal ensembles, Heard Mentality, […]
Emily Hand will be facilitating a recovery group called SMART Recovery on Mondays (except for the last Monday of the month) from 7:00-8:00pm in Hopwood’s education room off of the […]
Breakfast…………$5.25 Lunch……………..$5.75 Dinner…………….$6.50 Special Night……$7.00 Sunday Brunch…$8.00 ***Menu Subject to Change LUNCH Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Quesadilla Bar Slider Bar Thai Bar Omelet […]
Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla…$3.59 with your choice of fries, natural chips or bag of chips and 16 oz fountain drink. Breakfast Special…$1.19 Ham Biscuit served Mon-Fri. 7:30-10:30 AM Starbucks […]
Auditions for Heard Mentality, Milligan’s all-male a cappella ensemble, will be held on Thursday, April 26, from 4:30-5:15 p.m. in Walker Auditorium on the lower level of Seeger Chapel. Auditions […]
Learn more about this 24-hour giving extravaganza at www.milligan.edu/milligan1day and on social at Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.
Res Life is partnering with Campus Activities and offering the popular You Bring it, We Fry it back. As the name suggests you bring things link Twinkies, Oreos, bananas, or […]
The weather looks cool but very nice. Campus Activities and Res Life hopes you will come and enjoy a sun set on Village lawn and listen to student talent.
Apostolos Student Missions Club invites you to a night of prayer on Thursday for students engaging in mission work this summer.
Vocal music education major Grant Coakley, from Parrottsville, Tennessee, will present a senior voice recital, featuring works by Bach, Brahms, Purcell, Ravel, and others. Coakley has been an active member […]
April 15 @ 8:30 in Lower Seeger.
The Milligan Concert Choir and Women’s Chorale, conducted by Dr. Noah DeLong, will present an exciting and varied program of choral music. The concert also will include a guest performance […]
Spain, Italy, Greece, AND college credit? It’s not too late to sign up! Humanities Tour 2019 Contact Dr. Walker Edin to request an application! Details here: www.efcst.com/2108588JH
This week kicks off Spirit Week organized by SGA leading up to Senior Banquet and That Big Party (TBP).
Today at 7:01p ET, Milligan will join other colleges, churches and institutions across America by ringing the bell of Seeger Chapel 39 times, remembering the 39 years in which Dr. […]
As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, join us Tuesday night for an important Campus Conversation on Consent and Sexual Misconduct. Panelists will include Kate Emmerich, LCSW (ETSU Counseling Center), […]
Tues, April 3, 11 a, Seeger
Robert Weber will give his Junior Voice Recital on Tuesday, April, 10, at 7:30 p.m. in Seeger Chapel Walker Auditorium. He will perform songs from the standard repertoire including music […]
Beginning Monday, April 2, 7:00 p.m. join the SMART Recovery program. SMART Recovery® is the leading SELF-EMPOWERING addiction recovery support group. Our participants learn tools for recovery based on the latest […]
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JCSO concerts on campus are free for all Milligan students and fac/staff with valid ID.
An introductory course on the theories and practices of international development. Students will explore the work of leading researchers and practitioners in the field of development and will study development […]
Sunday, March 25, opening reception from 2-4p, Milligan Art Gallery
For students, faculty, and staff who want to attend the Thursday, March 22, 7:30p performance of the theatre area’s play Rabbit Hole in the Gregory Center.