April 1, 2020

In previous months the world has witnessed the rise of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Our country and its people have been faced with constant change. We are in a time ridden with panic and fear, and because of this it can be diff...

April 23, 2018

      “The genius behind the beauty” of MVNU’s greenhouse is Brent Overholt according to Director of Facilities Tony Edwards.

      Overholt, a member of the MVNU grounds crew, is in charge of the flowerbeds and gree...

April 23, 2018

      MVNU’s Garden Project has bounced around from place to place since last year, but has found its home with the Sustainability Club on campus. 

      What started out as a final project for students in Envir...

April 23, 2018

"...what I enjoy most are the opportunities to interact with students."

- Director of Carpentry Jim Clark


      The Facilities building is shrouded in mystery for most students who see staff only when something...

April 23, 2018

Senior Honors Project Calls Attention to Severity of Intimate Violence


      National movements such as No More and Take a Stand are calling attention to domestic violence and how to prevent it.


April 23, 2018

      For the most part, meals at the Caf at MVNU are just another part of the daily grind for students, but once in a while the food service staff likes to do something to break up the routine.

      Food Services D...

April 23, 2018


      The University employs four full-time grounds workers, but during the summer that number doubles (or even triples) as MVNU  hires student workers to help keep the 327-acre campus looking its bes...

March 21, 2018


      Like many MVNU students, I took spring break to recharge and prep for the final stretch of the year. However, while my respite wasn’t restful in the traditional sense, it was restorative in ways I couldn’t ha...

February 24, 2018


      Over 20 athletes competed at the Knox County Special Olympics at MVNU’s Ariel Arena this past Thursday.


     Coordinator of Development Paul McNeal called it an “outstanding event...

November 19, 2017


      Tygrett, a religion major in the class of 2000, relishes the mystery in life.

      Tygrett encourages others to embrace the unknown in his first full-length book, “Becoming Curious,” released earlier this...

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