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Coach Rocky Lamar with ref at basketball game University News

Coach Lamar To Retire After 2021-2022 Basketball Season

Today MidAmerica Nazarene University and Pioneer Athletics announced the retirement of more>

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New School of Nursing Dean Is Adult Learning Advocate

Dr. Sarah Miller (’09, MSN ’10) is an adult-learner success story. more>

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Spring 2021 Academic Honor Roll

MidAmerica Nazarene University recently announced its President's, Dean's List and Honor Roll for the spring 2021 semester.  more>

Photo of Dr. David Spittal Accent Summer 2021, Magazine

The President's Message: The Power of God’s Momentum

Recently someone asked me if life seems to be moving more rapidly than ever before, and my answer was an immediate “Yes.” Amid a pandemic with all its ramifications, it is evident that change... more>

Accent Summer 2021, Magazine

Bright Futures Campaign Phase III Expands to $75 Million

With gratitude for sacrificial giving from diverse donors in Phases I and II of the Bright Futures campaign, the campaign executive committee has  expanded and extended the effort into a third phase... more>

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Campus News: Summer 2021

MNU and Kansas State University have forged a new partnership allowing MNU undergraduates to take advanced animal health science courses at K-State’s Olathe campus...  more>

Brad Yantis Accent Summer 2021, Magazine

Following His Lead: Family Establishes Endowment Honoring Influential Husband, Father & Coach

Brad Yantis (’83) was an educator, coach, athlete, youth mentor, husband, father, son and friend. Above all, Brad was a Christian with a strong faith... more>

The family of Lee and Dorothy Kroh with members of the Kansas City Area Historic Trails Association Accent Summer 2021, Magazine

Family Donates Unique Santa Fe Trail Map Collection Bringing History Closer

Lee Kroh had a passion for learning about the Santa Fe, Oregon and California National Historic trails that cross the U.S. and led Pioneers and adventurers West in the 1800s. A welder by profession, Kroh spent time researching historic journals... more>

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