News and Stories

News and Stories

September 20, 2018
Midland University honors the past and looks to the future as part of 2018 Homecoming festivities. This fall, the institution recognizes 11 honorees and one distinguished family during award ceremonies in September. On Friday, September 28th, Midland celebrates Warrior achievements during the Hall...Read more
September 11, 2018
This fall, Midland University reached record enrollment of 1,395 students, the largest-ever in the institute’s 135-year history. This news comes on the heels of The Chronicle of Higher Education recognizing Midland as the ninth fastest-growing private, non-profit baccalaureate institution in the...Read more
August 31, 2018
A twist of fate landed Kyle DeBuse a spot as a football official, but hard work and a passion for the job has kept him in that role for more than 20 years. DeBuse, a 1994 Midland Lutheran College graduate, is in his first season as a fulltime Big 10 Conference football official in 2018. DeBuse...Read more
August 29, 2018
The new academic year has officially started and we are excited to welcome these new faculty members to campus! Wendy Jane Bantam, Visiting Professor of Art Wendy Jane Bantam received her BFA in Painting with a Minor in Art History from the University of Kansas and her MFA in Painting from the...Read more
August 20, 2018
It’s not always what you know but who you know. For Allen Beermann it’s a matter of both when it comes to random trivia stuff about Nebraska and his familiarity with countless Nebraskans living in the state and those who reside elsewhere. He is one of the state’s best ambassadors when it comes to...Read more
August 13, 2018
After touring numerous schools, Joey Evans knew that Midland University was home. A graduate of Millard West High School in Omaha, NE, Joey was seeking a college where he could major in Business Marketing, where classroom sizes were small overall, and where he could really get to know his peers and...Read more
July 27, 2018
Midland University proudly announced the new opening of a one million dollar simulation lab that brings an aspect of its medical education to life through real-world, simulated learning within state-of-the-art patient rooms to expand hands-on clinical experiences. The high-tech skills lab was...Read more
July 27, 2018
Midland University unveiled the brand-new Eikmeier Commons space on campus as part of a $1.5 million investment to their dining and common spaces. Eikmeier Commons is named for Randy and Shelly Eikmeier (‘82 & ‘83), who generously gave in order to create a ‘kitchen table’ for the campus. “...Read more
July 20, 2018
A magician always has plenty of tricks up his sleeve. But Mike Fisher says there are no tricks when it comes to being a good magician. “Having a passion is necessary, but persistence is the most important,” Fisher said. “The thing that will make you a good magician is to not be in it for yourself...Read more
July 13, 2018
By Mike O’Brien, West Point News Sports Editor. For Brittne Westerman-Evert, the 2018 Cornhusker State Games will be about two things that she loves. Family and wrestling. Westerman-Evert, a 2004 graduate of West Point High, will compete in Women’s Freestyle wrestling and Women’s Takedown wrestling...Read more

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