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Top 10 Reasons to Read the Lakeholm Viewer

10 reasons the Lakeholm Viewer is worth the read.

Student, alumnus safe in wake of Boston Marathon bombings

MVNU student Jace Wolford and MVNU graduate Nate Winters finished the race minutes before the first of multiple explosions.

Student arrested after threatening ex-girlfriend, two others

The Mount Vernon Police Department arrested 23-year-old Willard native Collin Leitz Monday morning on three charges of aggravated menacing.

Worship leader Anthony Mako makes debut

The old has gone and the new has come to the worship platform for MVNU this year in chapel.

Last year’s worship leader, Les Claxon, has followed God’s call to a new ministry opportunity, and a new worship leader, Anthony Mako, steps in to fill his ministry. Mako, 28, graduated from MVNU in 2005 with a degree in church music. By Jamie Osborne.

Drama program celebrates 25 years of entertainment

This fall will mark the 25th anniversary for the MVNU drama program.

The program performed The Miracle Worker as its inaugural play in the fall of 1986. It seems only fitting that it should be performed again in celebration of the program’s silver anniversary. By Tyler Delong.

14th annual SonFest features music, food and games

Get ready to mark your calendars because Saturday, Sept. 17, is the 14th annual Mount Vernon Nazarene University music festival SonFest. From 12:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., and with music styles ranging from rock, crunk, hardcore and indie to hip-hop and pop, there is something for everyone to enjoy. By Heather Davidson.

Ribbon cutting set for Hunter Hall today

The new MVNU nursing facility in downtown Mount Vernon will be initiated with a ribbon cutting and open house this evening at 6 p.m.

The event will be held during the downtown’s First Friday. By Bethany Flanagan.

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

Aiding a CoSMO group in crisis: Escape Zone needs your help

CoSMO groups give students the chance to get outside of the MVNU “bubble” and reach out to those in Mount Vernon and beyond. However, ministering to others often requires sacrifice.
By Hannah Kuhn

New technology expands horizons

By Emily Weaver Web Editor Numerous changes in technology on the Mount Vernon Nazarene University campus were made over the summer. Information Technology Services (ITS) has been extremely busy tackling…