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Roger’s Café Celebrates Five Years of Coffee and Community

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Five years ago, students were asked to submit suggestions for the name of the new café. It didn’t take much deliberation. The students voted in an overwhelming majority to name the coffee shop after Roger, a beloved community figure who has been cleaning tables, arranging napkins and befriending students as a faithful volunteer for more than 35 years. Continue Reading »
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Dr. Roger Congdon, You Will Be Missed

10 comments Written on June 23rd, 2009 by
Obituary for Dr. Roger Congdon. Continue Reading »

Congratulations Roger!

3 comments Written on January 16th, 2009 by
We posted a little bit ago about Roger Porret, our faithful volunteer, when we were writing about tradition. You tend to shape the culture a bit when you have been around as long as he has. We celebrated Roger's 30th anniversary on Thursday. Roger is a volunteer in the cafeteria at MU and has certainly […] Continue Reading »

Of Traditions, Rabbits, And A Guy Named Roger

8 comments Written on November 3rd, 2008 by
"RABBITS!" Entering the student center dining area on the first day of each month, it is customary to be greeted with enthusiasm by this two syllable word from Roger Porret, one of our food services volunteers. This game - for more than three decades now - has provided an opportunity for faculty, staff and students […] Continue Reading »

MU professor co-leads pastoral conference in Malawi, Africa

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MU professor Roger Trautmann will be conducting the Pastors’ Enrichment Conference in Malawi, East Africa May 24-25. Trautmann, along with Carl Palmer from Global Training Network, was chosen by the Luis Palau Association to lead the event, which will draw nearly 800 pastors. Continue Reading »
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‘A sense of adventure’: Tirzah Allen satisfies her love of travel in the MATESOL program

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After graduating with a BA in English and communication, Allen began researching grad schools. “I chose TESOL because I wanted the ability to open more doors and be challenged continuously. I don’t want to be too comfortable, and I want to keep extending myself. This requires a built-in sense of adventure.” Continue Reading »
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Spring Thaw unites, inspires local youth groups

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Spring Thaw kicked off last weekend, and attendees filled MU’s campus with the contagious energy only 650 high school students could bring. From Friday evening to Sunday afternoon, the weekend was packed with activities, including a comedy show, paintball, a game truck, sports tournaments and a photo booth. Continue Reading »
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Campus happenings

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MU was ranked No. 2 on list of safest colleges and universities in Oregon; the university celebrated 10 years of providing free English classes to local immigrant communities; the lions teamed up with Tim Tebow Foundation and a local church for Night to Shine; Roger’s Café celebrated five years of coffee and community; and MU students donated food to the Oregon Food Bank in honor of Giving Tuesday. Continue Reading »
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‘Walking in God’s purpose’: MU graduates share their stories

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Last Friday, 61 Multnomah students walked across the stage of Central Bible Church to receive their diplomas. Among the group of participants were Sheri McCoy, Ian Domaschofsky, Sadie Walker, Brenna Coy and Nate Holm — five students who have grown to embody the biblical wisdom, resilient character and infectious servants’ hearts that set our alumni apart. Continue Reading »
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‘Our outreach is extensive’: Students volunteer down the street, across the world

Collectively, Multnomah students provide more than 38,000 hours to communities each year — and their contributions span the globe. Continue Reading »
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