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The Forum: Colin Kaepernick's protest

As civil unrest continues to ensue in communities across the U.S., many famous athletes and celebrities have voiced their opinion. Colin Kaepernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, has been widely criticized by many for his particular protest of the oppression of African-Americans at the hands of law enforcement.

Students enter College Church of the Nazarene before a Tuesday morning chapel. With this year's chapel system, tuesday chapels are especially emphasized. Photo by Kacie Vandeventer.

New leadership and new organization for spiritual life program

MidAmerica's Spiritual Life Department has instituted a new spiritual life program this year, involving a new system of points with an emphasis on Tuesday chapels and a new vision for the spiritual formation of the campus as a whole.

Refugee children walking back from the river on a hot summer day. These kids live in a refugee camp in Northern Greece, near Thessaloniki. Photo by Emily Phillips.

Land of the free and home of turning a blind eye

America is the greatest country in the world, right? At least, that's what we've been told most of our lives.

In “The School of Athens,” Raphael depicts the great Greek philosophers discussing complex and controversial topics, just like evolution is today. “The School of Athens” by Raphael [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.

Evolving our thoughts on Christianity and science

The topic of evolution is often the subject of controversy, and because we have become so polarized in our thinking, many have come to see Christianity and the theory of evolution as opposites, but this is not the case.

Interim vice president for finance and CFO Michael Stowell said that the new technology fee will not come close to covering all of MNU's tech expenses. Graphic by Joshua Brisco.

The nuts and bolts of MNU’s new technology fee

With textbooks to buy, fast food runs to make and Netflix subscriptions to keep, $500 can go a long way. Most college students don't have much cash left over to invest in fiber-optic networks and updated data storage systems. But with the addition of MNU’s new technology fee, students will have to adjust their budgets accordingly.

Students of various majors gather around computers to learn about student blogging. Often, because of work or social circles, students feel as though their identity is rooted in their choice of major. Photo by Kacie Vandeventer.

The major choice of major choice

Everyone second-guesses their life decisions at times, and heaven knows that career choices are a part of that equation.

MNU football players stand around the bench during their victory over William Penn. The team is working on practicing the way they want to play and gearing up for the final stretch of the season. Photo by Kacie Vandeventer.

Pioneers determined to contend for conference title

With a 3-3 record and five games left in the regular season, MidAmerica football faces a tough road to postseason success.

Members of the MNU men's soccer team celebrate after a goal. The team looks to learn from last year's postseason as they move in hopes of returning to the title game this season. Photo by Kacie Vandeventer.

Soccer shoots to build on postseason success

The MidAmerica men's soccer team made history last season, turning a tournament run into the program's first appearance in a national championship game.

The Mabee Learning Commons underwent extensive renovations to the bottom floor over the summer. Several walls were torn down and new carpet was installed before the beginning of the Fall 2016 semester. Photo by Joshua Brisco.

Mabee learning commons is “not your grandmother’s library”

The Mabee Learning Commons is continuing to add new resources and services for students as a continuation of their summer renovations.

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