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Jeff Uphaus Accent Summer 2016, Magazine

Honoring Greatness

Jeff Uphaus Memorial Tournament and Scholarship The Jeff Uphaus Memorial Basketball Tournament, held each fall at MNU, is both a special way to honor the memory of a great alumnus who exemplified Christian character and to keep focused on those traits. more>

Accent Summer 2016, Magazine

President's Honors 2016

Photos from our fifth annual President's Honors event. View gallery. more>

Accent Summer 2016, Magazine

Commencement 2016

Enjoy a look at the commencement ceremonies from May 2016. View Gallery. more>

Accent Summer 2016, Magazine

Collaboration with K-State Leads to Real World Experience

MNU junior, Timothy Myers is experiencing something often reserved for graduate students at larger institutions: he’s working on scientific research with his professor. His chemistry professor Dr. Abby Hodges and Kansas State University bioengineering professor Dr. Mei He are collaborating on an exciting project to help the medical field. more>

MNU students on campus Accent Summer 2016, Magazine

The Call: Ministry Leadership Institute Set for 2017

Imagine you’re 17 and you feel a call to ministry. You’ve shared this with your pastor and your friends. Now you have to wait until you are in college to really discover what this call is all about. Or you can jump in now and explore this call through a Ministry Leadership Institute at MNU. The Call is a one-week camp offered next summer, June 5-9 or 12-16, 2017 at MNU. Pastors, professors and other ministers will lead high school juniors and seniors in an exciting week meant to help them discover what their call means and equip them for the beginning of ministry. more>

MNU Women's Basketball team Accent Summer 2016, Magazine

Women's Basketball wins NAIA National Championship

Women’s basketball won the NAIA Division I National Championship after dominating the tournament in March. The Pioneers won their final 11 regular season games to secure the conference tournament title, then won each game in the national tournament by at least eight points to claim their first national title. The 32-5 record is a program best, and MNU earned victories over the #24, #23, #19, #18, #10, and #1 ranked teams in the nation en route to the title. Jon Lewis1 was named National Coach of the Year. Kyleesha Weston2 earned Championship Most Outstanding Player. more>

Accent Summer 2016, Magazine

50th Anniversary of MNU

Pride in our past. Expectation for our future. Gratitude for God’s faithfulness. MNU Celebrates 50 years!  1968 General Assembly in Kansas City, Missouri gave potential students free bus tours of the soon-to-open campus. more>

Edgar and Maron Moore Accent Summer 2016, Magazine

$9.5 Million Gift from MNU Alumnus is Largest Ever

  MNU will receive an estimated $9.5 million from the estate of Edgar (’72) and his wife Maron (Lorimer) Moore, this year. This is the largest-ever, one-time gift received by the university. MNU’s 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award was posthumously presented to the Moores at President’s Honors in recognition of the enormous impact their generosity will have on the future of the university.  more>

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Summer 2021

Momentum builds with new construction, the return to in-person Commencement and athletic success despite the pandemic! Enjoy this issue of Accent Summer 2021.

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