||Peace Week Ends With 'Concert on the Lawn'
The annual concert closed out Peace Week and gathered people on the lawn, behind
the Administration Building on April 20.From 1 to 5 p.m., students,
faculty and community members came to the lawn to enjoy the concert under the
tent. Stephanie Barras, a senior English major who comes to Peace Week’s concert every
year, enjoyed the whole afternoon. “I think the concert was really good this
year,” Barras said. “I was glad that it was outside, although it was a little
MU's Mock Trial Hosts Bowling Tournament
In an effort to raise club funds and allow the student body to get familiar with
their activities, Manchester University’s Mock Trial team hosted a bowling
tournament this past Tuesday, April 16.
Kindy Visits Chapel as Part of Peace Week
Peacemaker Cliff Kindy visited the chapel on Thursday, April 18, to share his
experiences with nonviolence.
Yom HaShoah Held to Remember Holocaust
The fight for survival and lamentation of those lost were central to the
celebration of Yom HaShoah as those who struggled for survival during the Second
World War were illuminated April 17.
Students Study 'Shakespeare Behind Bars'
While most students were preparing for Easter Break, hustling and bustling their
way home a few weeks ago, four Manchester University students and two professors
traveled to Earnest C. Brooks Correctional Facility up north in Muskegon,
Michigan, to attend the theatre in jail.
Spartan Track and Field offers Heathly Tips
Staying healthy is one of the main goals for Manchester’s track team in order to
keep themselves in good competing shape. This objective is obtained, however,
through more than just simply exercising daily. [Read More]
Softball Heads into Final Stretch of Season
The home stretch is approaching for this year's softball season. Manchester's
team, the Black and Gold, will compete in its last four games this week.