During winter break, four MNU head coaches and MidAmerica's athletic director resigned from their positions with the Pioneers' athletics program. On Jan. 31, Todd Garrett was appointed as MNU's new athletic director, and Garrett now faces the task of filling the vacancies within the program.
American Christians have seemed to claim a third party in the recent political conversation: passivity.
In America, gender roles have seen more fluctuation over the past few decades than any other time in history.
As the school year will quickly come to an end, the time for MNU students to take on new roles is quickly approaching.
Starting this summer, MNU will host The Call, a one-week youth theology institute. Designed and led by Ron Jackson, institute director and assistant professor of youth and family ministry, The Call is a youth theology institute for high school juniors and seniors attempting to explore their call to ministry.
Heading into the 2017 baseball season, the Pioneers are aiming to improve on last yearâs 42-15 campaign. With 14 upperclassmen (including 11 seniors), the team now looks to parlay its experience into postseason success.
Last October, MNU announced the launch of a $61 million initiative to provide funding for various academic programs, capital projects and university support projects. Since July 2015, the program has raised $29.2 million.
MNU students may have recently witnessed a new group of Korean students doing their nails in the library, eating in campus center or playing Pokemon Go, well, everywhere.
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