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Watch our latest elementary education major video

Written on August 5th, 2015 by
Categories: Feature, Programs, Students
“It’s a rigorous program,” says Elementary Education major Natalie Ruttger. “[The professors] prepare you for everything, and they’re very current on what’s happening in schools right now.” Continue Reading »
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Join our students in this season of giving

Written on December 8th, 2015 by
Categories: Alumni, Pray For MU, Students
Will you join with our students and remember Multnomah in your year-end giving? We invite you to invest and participate in what God is doing at Multnomah. Your gift will be doubled, thanks to God’s provision of a match, so that Multnomah students will be equipped to show His generous love for a lifetime of ministry and service. Continue Reading »
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From London to Portland: Master of Arts in Counseling student Laura Boland shares her journey

Written on December 8th, 2015 by
Categories: Students
Laura Boland had a few misgivings about studying counseling at a biblical university. “I thought MU students would be indoctrinated and unable to think for themselves,” she says. But the academic rigor has surprised her. “My profs have challenged me by presenting many different interpretations of scripture, pushing me to study and decide for myself,” she says. “In class there is such diversity of opinions that we do not simply sit with comfortable or easy answers but keep asking questions together.” Continue Reading »
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Roger’s Café Celebrates Five Years of Coffee and Community

Written on December 4th, 2015 by
Categories: Students
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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Students collect food for Giving Tuesday, donate proceeds to Oregon Food Bank

Written on December 2nd, 2015 by
Categories: Events, Students
Since mid-November, students, faculty and staff have been adding non-perishable foods to the large white barrels stationed around campus. And today, those barrels — full to the brim — were brought to the front of the stage for a celebratory chapel before they were given to the Oregon Food Bank. Continue Reading »
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MU celebrates 10 years of providing free English classes to local immigrant communities

Written on November 30th, 2015 by
Categories: Programs, Students
For 10 years now, MU’s TESOL program has been offering free weekly ESL classes to its ethnically diverse neighbors. “ESL meets a practical need in our community,” says TESOL Department Director Kristyn Kidney. “It helps our MU students teach in a classroom by learning to navigate themselves. And it brings the world together through dialogue and friendship.” Continue Reading »