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Video: Cross-breeding flies in MNU biology department

Dr. William Morrison gives insight into a fly cross-breeding experiment and sophomore biology major Carlos Guzman collects flies to determine genetic patterns. 

Kevin Steele (left) served as MNU’s athletic director since 2008 and was named NAIA Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year in 2015. Todd Garrett (right) now takes over the AD position and has four head coaching vacancies to fill. Left photo by Jim Smith, right photo courtesy of mnu.edu.

Mass exodus in the athletics department

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.

Inside a refugee camp in Northern Greece, girls pretend to run a nail shop. The Church claims to care for these children, but many would prefer just sending money. Photo by refugee girl, name unknown.

When silence speaks volumes: Christian leaders are favoring neutrality over the Gospel

American Christians have seemed to claim a third party in the recent political conversation: passivity.

Armwrestling is a classic way for men to measure masculinity. Michael Crow (left) and Buomkuoth Lual (right) take up the challenge in the match of physical strength. Photo staged by Christian Stewart.

Male gender expectations could use some renovating

In America, gender roles have seen more fluctuation over the past few decades than any other time in history.

2016/2017 executive ASG members pose in front of a fountain at Point Loma Nazarene University. Now is the time to run for the 17-18 ASG executive cabinet. For more information stop by the Student Development Office for info packets.

ASG elections for the 2017/2018 school year coming up

As the school year will quickly come to an end, the time for MNU students to take on new roles is quickly approaching.

The Call is a weeklong theology institute that MNU will be hosting for high school juniors and seniors June 5-9 and 12-16. The Call logo used courtesy of Ron Jackson.

Answering the call to start The Call

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.

Zach Stinnett throws a pitch against Benedictine in 2016. Stinnett is a returning senior, poised to play a major role in the Pioneers’ quest to get to nationals. Photo by Jim Smith.

MNU baseball looks to complete ‘unfinished business’

Heading into the 2017 baseball season, the Pioneers are aiming to improve on last year’s 42-15 campaign. With 14 upperclassmen (including 11 seniors), the team now looks to parlay its experience into postseason success.

An architect's rendering of the Cunningham Student Center. MNU’s Bright Futures Initiative hopes to fund the building of this center. Photo Credit to PGAVArchitects.

The first months of Bright Futures

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.

Korean students lineup in Campus center, luggage in tow. They await the arrival of their host families, as Olathe will be their home over the next six weeks. Photo by David-Young Kim.

Saying 안녕하세요 (hello) to KNU’s visiting students

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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