Milligan’s fine arts, photography and graphic design students returned to Dos Gatos Coffee Bar in Johnson City, Tennessee, to display their work in the exhibit, “Two Cats + A Herd of Buffalo”
Milligan College Vice President for Athletics and Student Development Mark Fox announced Monday the addition of a competitive fly fishing team beginning fall 2020.
Through January 2020, Art Brown, assistant professor of communications and graphic design, will present a solo art exhibit, titled “Undercurrent,” in the Panoramic Gallery.
Milligan College Vice President for Athletics and Student Development Mark Fox announced Friday the addition of a drumline beginning fall 2020. With over 15 years of experience with percussion ensembles, Dave Whaley will serve as director.
Both finished with a master’s degree in business administration and served as this year’s class speakers.
MILLIGAN COLLEGE—Milligan College’s musical theater program presents its inaugural production, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” written by Peter Parnell, on March 27-31 in the McGlothlin-Street Theatre, located in the Gregory Center.
Two semesters down, seven to go.
Milligan College senior Lukas Williams is channeling his personal experience with mental illness into his photography in an exhibit titled “Dark Matter.”
MILLIGAN COLLEGE — AnnaGrace Mathews, a 2-year-old from Kingsport, Tennessee, was thrilled to try out her new specially-modified toy Jeep on Tuesday in Milligan College’s engineering labs. Mathews’ Jeep was specifically modified to help her to be able to play and move independently.
The world has changed quite dramatically since 1866.
Saturday was a great day to be a Buffalo at Milligan College – and to ride one down the streets.
ELIZABETHTON — A blood sample drawn without a warrant has led to a new trial for Micah Cates, who was convicted of vehicular homicide by intoxication last year.
For Milligan’s softball program, this weekend’s 24th annual Milligan Fall Classic at Winged Deer Park in Johnson City will be beneficial on a lot of fronts.
Any way you slice it, last Friday’s Buffalo Valley Stampede was a rousing success for Milligan’s cross country program.
Last season, the Milligan women’s volleyball team made a serious run at the Appalachian Athletic Conference tournament title before bowing out in the semifinals.