Despite increased acceptance of the LGBT community, transgender students are the newest target of discrimination laws. Specifically in Kansas, two proposed bills would prohibit transgender students from using a restroom or locker room that correlates with their gender identity.
When one-in-five American adults and children meet the criteria for a diagnosable psychological disorder, we need more than just healthcare reform. We need to reform how we see, think and talk about mental illness.
With a new coach, MNU's cheerleading team is striving to best last year's top ten finish at nationals.
High incarceration rates do not indicate success in the war on drugs. In fact, they seem to indicate the exact opposite.
From April 7th to the 10th, MidAmerica Nazarene University held its second annual Week of Scholarship. Featuring four days of scholastically based events, this celebration of campus academics was both entertaining and educational.
Each year, students graduate from college and begin their professional lives. MNU business professors and professional recruiters from companies in the Kansas City area talk about what to do and what not to do when looking for a job.
Depression can affect anyone, and college students are at risk.
Internships are quickly becoming crucial in the search for jobs after college.
MNU students engage in a multi-university conversation on the prevention of human trafficking.
Partnered with Heart to Heart International, MNU students travel to Haiti through the Passion to Serve project.
Five unique classes offered in the spring semester.
Are the rules regarding Spiritual Formation Credits too rigid? The Rev. Brady Braatz speaks on MNU's vision for chapel.