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University president Dr. David J. Spittal has been re-elected for a second five-year term after a unanimous decision the board of trustees. MNU finished in the black this year for the first time in Spittal's five-year tenure. Photo by Kacie Vandeventer.

Spittal re-elected as university president

Spittal: MNU profitable for first time in five years, focus turns to faculty compensation.

This cartoon is cleverly titled "Christmas commercialism on the heels of Thanksgiving." The ever-encroaching presence of Christmas commercialism can be seen portrayed in the vast size difference between the two allegories and the over-exaggeration of the impending falling boot. Illustration by Aaron Taylor used with permission.

Capitalism at the center of Chri$tmas

December has rolled around and Christmas is in the very air we breathe.

Students wear red, white and blue to cheer on the Pioneer football team. There are many opportunities in the upcoming semester to support MNU students through athletics and fine arts. Photo by Lindsay Willmer.

Where to be and what to see in spring 2017

The fall semester is wrapping up quickly and students are looking forward to the spring.

Dr. Donald Dunn (left) and Justin Barnes (right) hang up a sign preparing for church at Drexel Church of the Nazarene. Dunn is one of Barnes's mentors and is helping him adjust to being the full-time pastor at Drexel. Photo by Mariah McCommon.

MNU students help revive Drexel church

Drexel Church of the Nazarene is a small church 35 miles southeast of Olathe.

A student meets with Christine Snyder to discuss her options for life after graduating. All services offered by the Career and Life Calling Center are free to MNU students. Photo by Savanna Bottles.

Career and Life Calling Office reduces student anxiety

The Career and Life Calling Office is committed to helping students thrive as they move through their college career.

MNU’s Jayden Oliver shoots over a defender in a 72-61 victory over Peru State College on Nov. 19. Oliver leads the team in scoring with 14.7 points per game. Photo by Jim Smith.

Women’s basketball reloads to defend national championship

With only 10 games under its belt, the 9-1 MNU women's basketball team has jumped out to a fast start as it attempts to defend last season's national championship.

Weatherby chapel is a symbol of the importance of faith on MNU’s campus. While faith can be a unifying factor, it can also be something that greatly divides us. Photo by Kacie Vandeventer.

Removing the plank in our own eye

MNU is divided. It lacks community care. Where we could foster peace and understanding, we sow strife within ourselves. We've been tearing ourselves apart for years. We could be united, but we choose not to be.

Players rally around each other to talk strategy before a 3-0 set victory against Evangel on Nov. 5. Team unity is just one of components that led to the success of the program. Photo by Jim Smith.

Volleyball serves up another conference title

The season of nationals for fall sports has come to a close with the completion of the volleyball team’s showing at the NAIA national tournament in Sioux City, Iowa.

Left to right: Breanna Barney, Brandon Velasco, Bethany Brown, Wyatt Stark and Anna Heer all ran a half marathon on Dec. 11 in Atchison, Kansas. All five athletes ran times that qualified them for nationals. Photo by Wade Watkins.

MNU sports quick updates: Dec. 14, 2016

13 track and field athletes qualify for nationals after first competition. MNU soccer teams and cross country complete their seasons.

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