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The President's Message: Look for the Lifters

Since the first warnings of the coronavirus, the word pandemic, has become an active part of our vocabulary more>

Accent Summer 2020, Magazine

Cheers for the The Class of 2020

THE GRADUATES OF 2020 ARE AMONG MILLIONS who have had traditional milestones of life cancelled or postponed due to unprecedented circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic. Completing their senior year on campus and enjoying the celebrations surrounding Commencement are just two of these important markers in adult life. To honor the Class of 2020 and the unexpected change in their final semester in college, six of our newest graduates share their thoughts about their MNU experience and their future plans. more>

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Campus News: Summer 2020

MLK Community Celebration 2020  MNU’s Community Chapel service was a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Jan. 21, 2020. The 14th annual celebration included community members, civic and business leaders who joined students in the event.   more>

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Alumni Council Expands To Tackle Big Goals

The Council for the Advancement and Support of Education says alumni engagement is “Any event and activity that is valued by alumni, builds enduring and mutually beneficial relationships, inspires loyalty and financial support, strengthens the institution’s reputation, and involves alumni in meaningful ways to advance the institution’s mission.” more>

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Announcing Virtual Homecoming October 16-18, 2020

Reunions. The classes of 1975, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010, 2015, and 2020 can connect via Zoom Saturday, Oct. 17, with structured activities and opportunities to remember, relive and reconnect. Varsity sports alumni can connect with current coaches via Zoom Friday and Saturday. more>

Accent Summer 2020, Magazine

Teams Qualify Nationally In A Year Like No Other

Women’s and men’s basketball earned spots at their national tournaments, which were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. MNU women’s basketball qualified for the national tournament for the ninth straight season along with five other league teams in a loaded Heart of America Conference. Whitney Clampitt (1st team) and Mackenzie Loe (2nd team) earned All-Conference honors. Clampitt was named Honorable Mention All-America after averaging 15.6 points per game. more>

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Campaign News: Summer 2020

$20 Million Student Center Goal Met! Thank You, MNU Supporters! more>

Accent Summer 2020, Magazine

Pioneers in Healthcare

A year ago, when this issue was planned, the world had not heard the term COVID-19. The idea was to introduce readers to some of the many healthcare professionals who completed their pre-professional education at MNU and went on to serve the world in a variety of settings. Some of the first graduates became medical doctors, dentists and missionary doctors. more>

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This Issue

Summer 2020

This issue features alumni who’ve committed themselves to serving others through healthcare. They comment on work during a pandemic as well as their motivation to serve. We hope you’ll be inspired by these few who represent many.

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