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Police respond to a shooting at Pulse, an Orlando Nightclub, on June 12, 2016. Omar Mateen was classified a terrorist, and no statement on his mental health was provided by the media. Photo by The City of Orlando Police Department, via Wikimedia Commons.

Holding the culture accountable

What happens when terrorists and lone wolves are separated by skin tone.

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.

The American flag stands in front of the stained-glass image of Jesus in Weatherby chapel. Perhaps this isn’t the only place that patriotism takes precedence over the life of Christ. Photo by Emily Phillips.

Trumping the least of these: Voting for 'our people' comes at a cost

The act of worship has been done. We have cast our votes. The call for greatness has prevailed.

The women's cross country team battles for first place at a race at Johnson County Community College on September 9, 2016. Pictured left to right: Andrea Mendez Erin Krohn and Hallie Dean. Photo by Wade Watkins.

Cross country races towards Nationals

With a year under its belt, the MNU cross country team is making long strides in the conference.

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.

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.

Haitian children play soccer at the newly-finished "Quincy's Field" in Cascade Pichon, Haiti. The field is named in memoriam of Quincy Foster, an MNU student who died on Jan. 1, 2015. Photo by Shay Foster.

LQVE Haiti project returns to Cascade Pichon

On Jan. 1, 2015, tragedy struck the MNU community as junior nursing major Quincy Foster passed away in a car accident. One year later, while most people were sleeping off a late night of ringing in the New Year, children in the remote village of Cascade Pichon, Haiti were playing the first game on their new soccer field.

Europe 2 Fotor

What MNU Europe Taught Me

Sophomore Emily Phillips shares what she learned through her experiences at MNU Europe during the Fall 2014 semester. 

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