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Aug
29
Sat
Cycling at Florida State University (Mountain Biking)
Aug 29 – Aug 30 all-day
All Halls open 7p-12a
Aug 29 @ 7:00 pm – Aug 30 @ 2:00 pm

As a reminder, during open halls doors need to be open, lights on and please make sure to be out of the halls on time.

  • Monday: No Open Halls
  • Tuesday: No Open Halls
  • Wednesday: All Halls open 7p-11p
  • Thursday: Kegley, Quillen, Williams, Village open 7p-11p
  • Friday: All Halls open 7p-12a
  • Saturday: All Halls open 7p-12a
  • Sunday: Village open 1p-7p

Thanks!

Kate Anderson

Director of Residence Life and Housing

Milligan College

423-461-8735

Aug
30
Sun
Village open 1p-7p
Aug 30 @ 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm

As a reminder, during open halls doors need to be open, lights on and please make sure to be out of the halls on time.

  • Monday: No Open Halls
  • Tuesday: No Open Halls
  • Wednesday: All Halls open 7p-11p
  • Thursday: Kegley, Quillen, Williams, Village open 7p-11p
  • Friday: All Halls open 7p-12a
  • Saturday: All Halls open 7p-12a
  • Sunday: Village open 1p-7p

Thanks!

 

Kate Anderson

Director of Residence Life and Housing

Milligan College

423-461-8735

Women’s Soccer vs. West Virginia Tech @ Anglin Field
Aug 30 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Aug
31
Mon
No open halls
Aug 31 all-day

As a reminder, during open halls doors need to be open, lights on and please make sure to be out of the halls on time.

  • Monday: No Open Halls
  • Tuesday: No Open Halls
  • Wednesday: All Halls open 7p-11p
  • Thursday: Kegley, Quillen, Williams, Village open 7p-11p
  • Friday: All Halls open 7p-12a
  • Saturday: All Halls open 7p-12a
  • Sunday: Village open 1p-7p

Thanks!

Kate Anderson

Director of Residence Life and Housing

Milligan College

423-461-8735

Yoga @ Gilliam Wellness Center
Aug 31 @ 7:00 am – 7:45 am

Classes will be offered on:

  • Mondays 7am-7:45am
  • Thursdays 5:15pm-6:30pm

Once again, classes will be taught by Theresa Garbe and Miriam Perkins.

Space may be tight so please email either Theresa or Miriam to indicate which of these times you intend to participate in. Their email addresses are:

tmgarbe@milligan.edu

myperkins@milligan.edu

Sep
1
Tue
Last day to drop with class removed from record
Sep 1 all-day
No open halls
Sep 1 all-day

As a reminder, during open halls doors need to be open, lights on and please make sure to be out of the halls on time.

  • Monday: No Open Halls
  • Tuesday: No Open Halls
  • Wednesday: All Halls open 7p-11p
  • Thursday: Kegley, Quillen, Williams, Village open 7p-11p
  • Friday: All Halls open 7p-12a
  • Saturday: All Halls open 7p-12a
  • Sunday: Village open 1p-7p

Thanks!

Kate Anderson

Director of Residence Life and Housing

Milligan College

423-461-8735

ECS Chapel: Aaron Wymer @ BD Phillips Building
Sep 1 @ 11:00 am – 11:50 pm
Women’s Volleyball vs. Tennessee Wesleyan College @ Steve Lacy Fieldhouse
Sep 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Campus conversation: Qurrat Ann Kadwani @ Gregory Center for the Liberal Arts
Sep 1 @ 7:00 pm
Campus conversation: Qurrat Ann Kadwani @ Gregory Center for the Liberal Arts

During the first campus conversation we will be hearing about the cultural journey of Qurrat Ann Kadwani. We hope listening to Qurrat’s journey will help us begin to reflect upon our own journey to see “all things reconciled” within ourselves. The story of Qurrat Ann Kadwani is the story of an Indian-American on a quest for identity. It is illustrated as a powerful solo performance in which Kadwani portrays thirteen characters based on her traditional Indian parents, Caucasian teachers, Puerto Rican classmates, African American friends and various Indian women. Through the character of Q, Kadwani gives voice to all the struggles for identity and self-understanding experienced by immigrants of all nationalities. She will be leading a Q and A session after her performance.

This year we will be exploring cultural identity, as a multicultural learning community, through our Campus Conversations. Christ desires to encounter us and for us to encounter him at the intersection of our multiple identities (gender identity, racial identity, sexual identity, regional identity, political identity, national identity, denominational affiliation, ethnicity, social class, age, family status, etc.). Christ demonstrated this desire in that he “became flesh and dwelt among us”. He entered the cultural context of humanity so that he might be touched by “our infirmities” and intercede for us as we walk out this journey to become more fully human. Exploring our cultural identity becomes a part of our spiritual journey to reconcile all parts of ourselves so that we may offer them back to Christ for the sake of the Gospel. This enables us to serve Christ, our neighbors, and our enemies as we act as ministers of reconciliation to the world.

Jeff B. Smith
Office of Multicultural Engagement
423-461-8492

Campus conversation: Qurrat Kwadani @ Gregory Center for the Liberal Arts
Sep 1 @ 7:00 pm

The first campus conversation is Sept. 1st in Gregory at 7 p.m. There will be SFP credit offered. We will be hearing about the cultural journey of Qurrat Kwadani. We hope listening to Quarrat’s journey will help us begin to reflect upon our own journey to see “all things reconciled” within ourselves.

The story of Quarrat Ann Kadwani is the story of an Indian-American on a quest for identity. It is illustrated as a powerful solo performance in which Kadwani portrays thirteen characters based on her traditional Indian parents, Caucasian teachers, Puerto Rican classmates, African American friends and various Indian women. Through the character of Q, Kadwani gives voice to all the struggles for identity and self-understanding experienced by immigrants of all nationalities. She will be leading a Q and A session after her performance.

Jane Hicks, Poetry Reading @ George Walker Auditorium
Sep 1 @ 7:00 pm

Jane HicksThe Milligan College Arts Council presents Jane Hicks, the Cosmic Possum, in a poetry reading on Tuesday, September 1, at 7 pm in Seeger Memorial Chapel Walker Auditorium. She is a teacher, poet, and fiber artist from upper East Tennessee. The Jesse Stuart Foundation published her book, Blood & Bone Remember, in January 2005. Blood and Bone Remember won the Poetry Book of the Year 2006 Award from the Appalachian Writers Association.  The Cosmic One is the inspiration for the name of a mythical Appalachian Trail hikers’ hostel in Sharyn McCrumb’s ballad novel, The Songcatcher. Baird Christopher explains it all!  Jane also served as Sharyn’s NASCAR mentor for St. Dale. (2005).

Read the full news release http://www.milligan.edu/2015/08/25/milligan-presents-an-evening-with-appalachian-poet-jane-hicks/

 

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