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On Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, MNU Associated Student Government and hundreds from the campus and community gathered together for PrayerWalk 2014, an evening of focused prayer. Photos by Josiah Crandall.

 

 

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Business Analyst Pursues Nursing Career

Matthew Tucker couldn’t have known that a volunteer job at a Kansas City children’s hospital would end up cementing a big change in his future career path—especially since he already had a…

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MNU to Help High Need Schools Improve Instruction

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MNU Adds Nearly $45 Million Annually To Kansas Economy

According to a new study, MidAmerica Nazarene University generates $44.6 million in new income each year for the Kansas economy. …

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Alum’s Success Due to Continual Learning

Alum’s Success Due to Continual Learning

OLATHE, KAN., -- MNU business administration major Michael Smith (’10), graduated a year early hoping to enter the business world with full…

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PrayerWalk 2014 Aug. 28, 8 p.m.

PrayerWalk 2014 Aug. 28, 8 p.m.

On Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, MNU Associated Student Government invites the campus and community to gather together for PrayerWalk 2014, an evening of focused prayer. Faculty, staff and students along with…

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EMS Demonstrates New Injury Protocol at MNU

EMS Demonstrates New Injury Protocol at MNU

Johnson County Emergency Medical Services demonstrated their new protocol for injuries suffered on the athletic field by holding a demonstration…

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Business Analyst Pursues Nursing Career

Business Analyst Pursues Nursing Career

Matthew Tucker couldn’t have known that a volunteer job at a Kansas City children’s hospital would end up cementing a big change in his future career path—especially since he already had a successful job…

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Art of Great Communication Workshop Nov. 7

Art of Great Communication Workshop Nov. 7

Refine your personal communication skills at The Art of Great Communication, a half-day workshop for professionals from all industries Nov. 7,…

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MNU to Help High Need Schools Improve Instruction

MNU to Help High Need Schools Improve Instruction

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Cross Country Track & Field to Compete 2015-2016

Cross Country Track & Field to Compete 2015-2016

MNU Director of Athletics Kevin Steele announced today that he has hired Nate Wiens as its new head Cross Country and Track & Field coach.…

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Alum Named Nurse of the Year

Alum Named Nurse of the Year

David Nelson, RN, BSN ('14) received 70 percent of the nominations from coworkers for the PREMIER award from Miami County Medical Center in Paola, Kansas. Read the whole story from The Kansas City Nursing News.

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MNU Adds Nearly $45 Million Annually To Kansas Economy

MNU Adds Nearly $45 Million Annually To Kansas Economy

According to a new study, MidAmerica Nazarene University generates $44.6 million in new income each year for the Kansas economy.  Based on…

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Gameday Central: Volleyball

Gameday Central: Volleyball

Twitter: @mnusports#16 VB vs Doane | L 2-3#16 VB vs Davenprot | Bellevue, NE | 5:00Live Stats

 
MNU Wins Big

MNU Wins Big

The Men's Soccer team was back in action Tuesday afternoon. Coming off a hard-fought overtime victory on Saturday they made quick work of this game against the Ottawa University Braves. Leading 2-0 at halftime, the Pioneers came out strong in the second half and final score was 6-0...(click title for more)

 
Ottawa Shuts Out MNU

Ottawa Shuts Out MNU

MNU is 1-1 after a 3-0 shutout at Ottawa on Tuesday...(click title for more)