Jonathan Koch threw his jersey into his bag and stormed over to Cook Center. The text he had received from his coach was clear.
The Sunderland Foundation donated $300 thousand to MNU to go toward the building of a new Student Center in late October. The donation was the second gift from the Sunderland Foundation in two years.
MNUâs main online presence will undergo a facelift in 2018. After five years with the same website, the universityâs Marketing and Communications Department wants a web platform that better accommodates potential and current students.
As of fall 2017, faculty from the science department at MNU have initiated a science club for the purpose of bringing science out of the classroom and into the MNU community.
MNUâs department of Fine and Performing Arts has added a worship arts major, pep band and a theater club. The university heritage choir has also been accepted to perform for the Kansas Music Educators Association.
In an all-campus meeting with faculty and staff on April 26, university president Dr. David Spittal announced that MNU's Liberty, Missouri, campus would be closing in December 2018.
A man sat in College Church 33 years ago while listening to MNU's Heritage Choir, anxiously praying for a job that he had just interviewed for at MidAmerica Nazarene University.
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.
Spittal: MNU profitable for first time in five years, focus turns to faculty compensation.
MidAmerica's board of trustees is in the process of assessing which departments and programs on campus will receive changes in funding, coming into effect in the 2016 spring semester.
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.