Monthly Archives: May 2011

Cougars fall in NAIA opening round

The Cougar baseball team made it to the NAIA National Championship Opening round for the second straight year, but sadly with the same results as last year, they were eliminated early into the tournament.
By Heather Knobeloch

Cougars win AMC tournament, advance to NAIA opening round

The MVNU baseball team went on to win the American Mideast Conference Tournament on May 8 after multiple weather delays, when the team beat Point Park University.

By Heather Knobeloch

2011 graduating senior class introduced

On May 21, 232 undergraduate seniors will make the walk to receive their degree. This class has a familiar number of undergraduate students.
By Kayla Allen

‘Love Wins’ panel draws crowd

There was a large turnout at His Stories on Wednesday, April 20, in the Prince Student Union as Matt Price moderated the discussion on the new Rob Bell book, “Love Wins.” The panel answered Price’s questions, and the audience was permitted to submit questions as well. Tim Barenscheer, Travis Keller and Doug Matthews were three panel members.
By Emily Weaver

Misich loves challenges and laughter

Since the age of five, Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Misich’s life has included athletics. That will be changing from a competitive standpoint at the end of the season, when her time playing collegiate sports is over.
By Heather Knobeloch

You say goodbye…

This year’s editor bids goodbye- What a romp this has been. This is the last issue of the 42rd volume of the Lakeholm Viewer.
By Sarah Einselen

Cougar golf team ends difficult season

Since the Cedarville University Invitational was rained out on April 25, the Cougar’s golf team has been put in a tough position.
By Wade Foley

Drama troupe presents ‘The King and I’

The MVNU drama troupe debuted Roger and Hammerstein’s “The King and I” on opening night, Thursday, April 28. The musical will be running for an additional weekend on May 5-7 at 8 p.m. in the Thorne Performance Hall in the R.R. Hodges Chapel Building.
By Emily Weaver

Block Party

MVNU students had a fun evening at the college’s end-of-the-year block party on Friday, April 29, three weeks prior to graduation.
By Bethany Smith

Two music professors advance to the next stanza

This spring, students will bid farewell to two longtime music professors. Dr. David Liles and Dr. Stan Wood are retiring this year after several decades of teaching at MVNU.
By Sarah Einselen