Homecoming & Family Weekend 2018 - Sept. 28-30


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Learn how Midland University students and alumni are impacting communities around the globe by learning and leading in the world with purpose. Read this year's issue of Midland Magazine.Read more
Dr. Courtney Wilder, Professor of Religion at Midland University, has signed a publishing deal with Baylor University Press for her second book: This Is My Body? Disability, Christianity, and Popular Culture. The book, which she is currently researching and writing, will dive into the depictions of disability in Christianity and popular culture. “[The book] is on the intersection of Christianity and disability in popular culture,” Wilder explained. “The basic argument of the book is that people draw their understanding about disability, of people with and without disabilities, in large part...Read more

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Join us to celebrate with Lincoln area alumni and friends and hear about the exciting happenings on campus from Midland University President Jody...

Recent Class Notes

Kenneth (Johnson) Dale, class of 1945, lives, with his wife Eloise in a retirement community in Claremont, CA. Kenneth was honored to have a new institute at the Lutheran College and Seminary in Tokyo, Japan, named "The Dale Pastoral Center" in appreciation for the work he had done for that...
Carolyn was married to John on September 2, 2017 at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Omaha. Carolyn and John knew each other from high school. He was a year ahead of her but they knew of each other from their younger brothers in the grade below her and it was a smaller school.
Nancy (Schreiber) Bryan recently returned from Athens, Greece from a short term missions trip with her church. While on the trip, Nancy and her team assisted refugees at a refugee center in Athens by preparing and serving a meal, assisting with showers, serving tea, and other basic necessities...

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