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MNU Students Among the Kansas Teachers of Promise

MNU students Kayla Dailey, senior elementary education and Stephanie Ruley, senior secondary education, are among only 45 students from 23 Kansas c more>

MNU student Randy Lemus interviews with Cornell Ellis of BLOC (Brother’s Liberating Our Community University News

Students RISE to Challenge of Teaching

Teacher education students in the RISE (Reach, Inspire, Support future Educators) program met and interviewed with local school district representa more>

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The President's Message: In This Together

Prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, I am sure the word “pandemic” was not a part of your everyday conversations. more>

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Resilience at MNU: College During COVID

Almost before we knew it, COVID turned our lives upside down. It was a jolting shift that most expected would last only a few weeks. more>

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Campus News: Fall 2020

MNU Fall 2020 Census Day numbers gave Pioneers reason to be thankful! The total number of students enrolled for the fall semester... more>

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Embracing the Conversation: Diversity and Racial Reconciliation

As part of an overall effort this year to acknowledge the need for understanding and building community, Difficult Conversations About Race... more>

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Breaking Ground For Future Generations

Groundbreaking on the $20 million Cunningham Center was held Friday, August 28, on the Campus Mall at MNU. more>

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The Most Unusual Season: Pioneer Athletes Persevere

Pioneer athletes have done a stellar job of staying in the game this season while practicing and competing under COVID-19 protocol from the... more>

This Issue

Fall 2020

With gratitude we present this issue featuring God’s blessings in allowing MNU students, faculty, staff and administration to be on campus and in classes during the pandemic. Many institutions were not that fortunate. Read all about it and enjoy surprising news about increases in enrollment and other progress happening during this unprecedented time.

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