Monthly Archives: September 2014

Birch named ResLife Week Winner

Aubrey Bailey – Staff Writer

ResLife Week has come to an end, and the residents of Birch are the champions.

A “brilliant” business

Melinda Frank – Copy Editor

Ask any Business majors about their career goals, and chances are that they dream of owning their own business someday. For senior Business Management and Political Science major Alec Barnhart, “someday” is today.

Ryan Long lays out plans for drama program

John Berk – News & Features Editor The MVNU drama program is now under the direction of MVNU alum Ryan Long. Long formerly served as an adjunct professor for the…

Festival Latino

Katherine Bell – Staff Writer Festival Latino will celebrate its tenth year on Thursday, Sept. 25, here at MVNU.  The event will be held from 4:30-8:00 pm on campus at…

Enrollment is Up – and it’s “a Miracle”

Emily Hardy – Staff Writer

Chaos, emotions, tears and separation. These are the words that describe the experience of move-in day for new students and their families.

MVNU Cross Country gets running

Drew Chaltry – Managing Editor

The MVNU cross country teams began their season just across town at Kenyon College in an unscored race which saw four members of the men’s team and one from the women’s squad finish in the top 10.

More Progress Downtown

Mariah Powell – Web Editor

MVNU has acquired another building downtown as a gift from an anonymous donor.

Cougars earn conference Player of the Week honors

Drew Chaltry – Managing Editor

The Crossroads League has recognized four MVNU athletes as Player of the Week already this season.

Trip to Ghana verifies student’s lifetime commitment to missionary work

Emily Hardy – Staff Writer

From Muslim teaching to mango trees to meals of python, junior Josh Richardson learned the real meaning of mission work this summer.

No curfew for returning students; freshman hours remain the same

John Berk – News & Features Editor

One of the biggest — and most celebrated — changes on campus this year is the elimination of curfew for most students.