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May 22, 2018
MVNU Students, do you have the desire to serve others this next school year, but not sure how, when, or where?
As college students, it can be difficult to give money, but what if you...
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.
Addiction has “devastated hundreds of cities and small towns,” Danville Lieutenant Mark Perkins said.
Danville, a village east of Mount Vernon, sponsored an event this spring with the hopes of addressing...
Rev. Joe Noonen has resigned from his position as University Chaplain and Vice President of Student Life.
Noonen has worked for the University for the last 23 years. Faculty were informed o...
MVNU will welcome a new Director of Residence Life to campus in the fall.
Joshua Kusch has worked with Residence Life at Colorado Christian University before coming to MVNU.
Accommodation. That’s the new name of the game for Pioneer College Caterers and the cafeteria at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.
Rob Stiltner, food services director of Pioneer College Caterers, and his...
MVNU has launched a new health major, a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences, that will begin in the fall of 2018.
This new major will allow students to pursue career opportunities in the medical field...
After 13 years, women’s soccer Coach Daniel Seiffert’s journey at MVNU is drawing to a close. Seiffert has resigned to take a position at Indiana Wesleyan University.
Seiffert began his journey at M...
The Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association (OSLHA) held its first university video competition and the Cougars came out on top.
Cleveland State University, Miami University and the Universities of Cinc...
April 22, 2018
The seeds of the sustainability club were planted only four months ago, but already its members are preparing for a bountiful harvest.
Last week, the Sustainability Club engaged the campus...
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