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Date 04 May 1996 16:04:42


96079                      College News 
                         by Julian Shipp 
NEW CONCORD, Ohio--Muskingham College's largest fund-raising program,"The 
Campaign for Muskingham....A Commitment to People," has surpassed its $35 
million goal, according to college officials. Figures available on Dec. 31, 
1995 (the official ending date of this campaign), indicated that more than 
$37.1 million had been committed in cash and pledges. The Campaign for 
Muskingham is the most ambitious campaign in the college's 158-year 
history. Comprehensive in nature, funds were generated for annual 
operations and student financial assistance, for specific facility 
renovations, and to increase the endowment for special programs and 
BRISTOL, Tenn.--The $12 million "Campaign for King College" exceeded the $7 
million mark in February, the one-year anniversary of the campaign. 
According to campaign co-chair Joe Macione, the current total stands at 
$7,049,007, which includes gifts in hand and pledges. The primary elements 
of the campaign are faculty and staff salaries, scholarships and campus 
DECATUR, Ill.--State Farm Companies Foundation has awarded Millikin 
University a $75,000 grant to support the university's academic program. 
The grant will be distributed in three annual payments of $25,000 each. 
Numerous Millikin graduates work for State Farm Companies, which has its 
headquarters in Bloomington, Ill. That fact and the proximity of the 
institution were factors in the foundation's decision, according to company 

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