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Multnomah students make dorm life their business

Written on May 19th, 2016 by
Categories: Faculty, Feature, Programs, Students
Marketing professor Michael Hohn doesn’t like fake case studies. He prefers bringing the curriculum to life by instigating legitimate projects with real impact. That’s exactly what his Sales and Marketing class did last semester. Continue Reading »
Chapel

Chapel strengthens community, offers global perspective

Written on March 23rd, 2016 by
Categories: Press Releases
If you walk into the JCA cafeteria at 10 in the morning, chances are you’ll see hands lifted in worship. Or a nonprofit leader detailing ways to fight prostitution in Thailand. Or an alum describing sustainable business practices. Or maybe even a game of bubble soccer led by some youth ministry majors. Continue Reading »
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MU to launch biology program in fall 2016

Written on March 15th, 2016 by
Categories: Faculty, Programs
Multnomah University’s new biology program will open the door to an array of career options for students who are serious about faith and science. Continue Reading »
FacultyPraying_blog

MU initiates Encouragement Week, supports students during midterms

Written on March 11th, 2016 by
Categories: Events, Students
Midsemester often finds students buried in flashcards, wading through pages of reading and furiously typing out last-minute papers. It’s the perfect time for some encouragement from MU staff and faculty. Continue Reading »
OnlineEd_blog

Seminary announces fully online Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Christian Leadership degrees

Written on February 26th, 2016 by
Categories: Seminary, Students
Multnomah Biblical Seminary is proud to announce that it will be offering its Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Christian Leadership degrees fully online beginning fall 2016. Continue Reading »
PrayerChapel_blog

‘A holy place’: 58 years later, MU’s prayer chapel remains a sacred haven on campus

Written on February 12th, 2016 by
Categories: Alumni, Students
A little white prayer chapel sits in the center of Multnomah’s campus. It’s hemmed in by hydrangea puffs and leafy foliage, and its cross-topped steeple pokes above the birch and cherry trees that cast their shade against its whitewashed walls. Inside, the sunlight filters through pale magenta windowpanes onto rows of oaken pews. It smells slightly aged — like a room matured by many visitors. Continue Reading »