• October 12, 2014

    TV Review: Gotham

    John Berk - News & Features Editor Perhaps the highest profile new show of the season is Fox's “Gotham,” loosely based on DC Comic's Batman myt...
  • October 10, 2014

    Professor comes with impressive credenti...

    Blake Albright - Staff Writer As a kid, David Winyard always was putting things together — or tearing things apart — to figure out how they wor...
  • October 10, 2014

    Gungor controversy causes little concern...

    Mariah Powell - Web Editor Controversy over some of Gungor’s theological views raised concern for some faithful SonFest-goers this year, but over...
  • October 10, 2014

    Nationally ranked Lady Cougars continue ...

    Josh Sturm - Sports Editor The Lady Cougars are off to a great start heading into the heart of their Crossroads League play.
  • October 10, 2014

    Mr. Chris goes to Washington

    Drew Chaltry - Managing Editor This fall, one of our MVNU students is living his dream in our nation’s capital as part of the American Studies Pr...

TV Review: Gotham

John Berk – News & Features Editor

Perhaps the highest profile new show of the season is Fox’s “Gotham,” loosely based on DC Comic’s Batman mythology. The twist? Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) is 12 years old. While the series begins with the iconic murders of Thomas and Martha Wayne, Bruce is not the focus of the series.

Professor comes with impressive credentials

Blake Albright – Staff Writer

As a kid, David Winyard always was putting things together — or tearing things apart — to figure out how they work.

Gungor controversy causes little concern at SonFest

Mariah Powell – Web Editor

Controversy over some of Gungor’s theological views raised concern for some faithful SonFest-goers this year, but overall feedback from SonFest was unaffected by the band’s beliefs.

Nationally ranked Lady Cougars continue to roll

Josh Sturm – Sports Editor

The Lady Cougars are off to a great start heading into the heart of their Crossroads League play.

Mr. Chris goes to Washington

Drew Chaltry – Managing Editor

This fall, one of our MVNU students is living his dream in our nation’s capital as part of the American Studies Program.

Why vote? Local government is where change starts

John Berk – News & Features Editor We live in a frightening time. Hope and change are distant memories. Political gridlock has turned the masses away from the whole system….

Yikkity Yak: The Naz talks back

Krista Armstrong – Staff Writer MVNU administration decided last week to block the trendy new app called Yik Yak from the campus-wide Wi-Fi. The Yik Yak app allows users to…

New engineering program takes shape

Melinda Frank – Copy Editor

Engineering at MVNU is in full swing, and the dean of the new program says it’s here to stay.

Cougars snap win streak but continue to play strong

Josh Sturm – Sports Editor

The MVNU men’s soccer team has opened up conference play with two wins and a draw.

Cougar Crazies are making a difference at home

Josh Sturm – Sports Editor

The Cougar Crazies are back and better than ever.

Senior Tim O’Leary, the SGA events chairperson, is heading up the Cougar Crazies this year. O’Leary says he is working on a variety of projects to involve the student body more in MVNU athletics.