Category Archives: News

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.

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.

Honors project brings social justice to the stage

Mariah Powell – Web Editor

An MVNU student is using her senior honors project to raise awareness about a worldwide issue.

2014-15 Yearbooks On Sale Now

MVNU yearbooks for the current year are on sale now.

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.

More Progress Downtown

Mariah Powell – Web Editor

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

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.