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Eddie Mwangi and Cedric Claros in front of Bell Center Student & Alumni Stories

Career Change Leads Veterans to MNU Nursing Program

It is estimated that adults change jobs 11 times in a lifetime, but less often do they change the entire trajectory of their professional lives. However, a select group of MNU students does that every year by preparing for a new career in the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program (ABSN). Two students in this year’s group come to the program with unique backgrounds. more>

scene from Little Shop of Horrors Student & Alumni Stories

Talent Opens the Way for Students at Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival

MNU’s Theatre Department sent 16 students to South Dakota to participate in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF), January 20-26, 2019.  more>

Nicole Eubanks is the individual giving director at the Lyric Opera of Kansas City. Student & Alumni Stories

Alum Orchestrates a Lyrical Future

Music has always spoken to the heart of Nicole (Ferguson) Eubanks. It was her love of music and her drive to achieve the career she always wanted that kept her laser-focused as a student at MNU. Nicole graduated in 2012 with a degree in music and interdisciplinary studies in music and business. She also has a conversational certificate in Spanish.  more>

Hannah Hager takes a break outside during spring semester at MNU Student & Alumni Stories

Legacy Student Finds New Perspective at Her Parent’s Alma Mater

Hannah Hager lived an exciting childhood, singing with her father at rodeos, fairs, banquets and church events. During that time, she learned to play piano, write her own songs and became accomplished at yodeling. She attended a local community college near Valley City, North Dakota, but when a group of MNU students visited her church, Hannah was intrigued. She decided to step out of her comfort zone.  more>

Hannah Delp poses for camera between classes at MNU. Student & Alumni Stories

The Atmosphere is Different Here

Criminal justice and psychology major Hannah Delp (‘22), finds that MidAmerica is more than just a place to get her education; it’s a place to make meaningful connections with like-minded people and prepare herself to give back in a big way. It wasn’t her first choice. Hannah visited MNU in the Spring of 2017, per her mother’s request. more>

Rebha Chalise Student & Alumni Stories

Student Overcomes Tremendous Obstacles To Return To College After Serious Illness

A small indentation in the hollow of Rebha Chalise’s neck is the only visible reminder that not long ago she was on a ventilator, fighting for her life. But the junior psychology major deals daily with the unseen effects of the rare form of brain inflammation that left her in a coma for six months and in rehab nearly eight more. more>

Rachel Morrow Student & Alumni Stories

16-Year-Old Freshman On Course To Graduate Early—Again

To say that Rachel Morrow is motivated is an understatement.  The biology major, who entered MNU last year at 16, is on track to finish her degree in three years, which would put her in the graduation line at the age most people are just finishing their first year. “When I have a goal, I don’t want to give it up at all,” Rachel says. “I think it’s a way to glorify God when you excel in what you do. God gives you those gifts, so you might as well use them for Him.” more>

Rings from Zach Kroenke's MLB days. Student & Alumni Stories

Career Change Leads Former MLB Pro to MNU

The path of one’s life has a way of twisting and turning. For Zach Kroenke it has done just that. Zach, a 2017 graduate in nursing, hung up his baseball cleats in 2015 to pursue something different. He chose nursing as the career to follow up his stint in Major League Baseball. That’s right; this former pitcher who played for the Yankees, Diamondbacks, Brewers, Marlins, and Nationals left the mound for a new calling. For Zach, it was all about family. more>

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Winter 2019

Being Called. Read about the many ways one can be called in this Winter 2019 issue of Accent.

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