October 16, 2018 - 10:35pm
Canton, Mo. - The Mustangs headed South to take on the Wildcats of Culver-Stockton College in their second to last conference match of the season. After dropping two five-set heartbreakers over the weekend, the Mustangs were looking to get back on track with a win tonight. With ease, the Mustangs took care of business in three sets completing the sweep against the Wildcats 3-0 (25-21, 25-18, 25-19).
October 16, 2018 - 9:50pm
Silvis, Ill. - The Mustangs competed at TPC Deere Run in the NAIA Midwest Invitational where just three months ago hosted the famous PGA Tour event, The 2018 John Deere Classic. Saint Ambrose University was host of the event that consisted of 15 NAIA teams throughout the Midwest with Columbia College (Mo.) taking home the trophy. However, the Mustangs all competed as individuals.
October 13, 2018 - 8:30pm
Peru, Neb./Lamoni, Iowa - The Mustangs hit the road this weekend traveling to Peru, Nebraska to take on the Bobcats of Peru State College and then to Lamoni, Iowa to face the Yellowjackets of Graceland University. Just under a month ago, the Mustangs hosted these same two teams where they would complete the weekend sweep. However, this weekend did not favor the Mustangs. Each match would extend all the way to the fifth set. The Mustangs dropped both hard fought battles.
October 9, 2018 - 10:35pm
Oskaloosa, Iowa - As of this past weekend, the Mustangs have faced every opponent in the Heart of America Conference thus far this season. After the first go-round, the Mustangs held a 4-8 record in conference play. The Mustangs will now go on to play the schools within the north division one more time before a champion is crowned. Tonight, the Mustangs traveled to battle the Statesmen of William Penn University. In this season's first matchup, the Mustangs fell 1-3.
October 7, 2018 - 11:15pm
SPEAKERDr. Kate O’NeillAssociate Professor of Strategic Leadership

SPEAKERRachael Murtaugh, M.S.Director of Sustainability and Stewardship
SPEAKERSDr. Tracy TunwallAssociate Professor of Business
Dr. Kris KeusemanAssociate Professor of Chemistry
» More info coming soon.
Featuring MMU's Show Choir, Chamber/Jazz Singers, and Jazz Ensemble.
Mount Mercy University to host Holiday Market at the Mount on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018.

More than 70 vendors will be on campus, including artisans, crafters, food vendors, and local service providers.
Find gifts for every family member at MMU’s holiday market!
Vendor products include:
Featuring the Mout Mercy University Choir, University Band, and Chamber/Jazz Singers.
Reception to follow show.
Popular culture, public discourse, and the media are pervaded by endlessly reiterated claims that science and religion are incompatible. But do they represent antagonistic worldviews, the one based on reason and evidence, the other on faith and the rejection of evidence? This self-serving misrepresentation depends on mistaken assumptions about what the natural sciences can and cannot explain, as well as on a cartoonish view of "religion" that makes no distinctions among different religious traditions or theological claims.
Although some suggest a conflict between faith and science or faith and reason, some scholars manage to bridge the alleged divide. Members of the Mount Mercy University faculty will talk about how their faith lives and their academic professions coexist.
Led by Dr. Bryan Cross
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Mount Mercy University
Featuring the Mount Mercy University Band, University Choir, and Chamber/Jazz Singers.
Almost 80 years after the famous 1925 "Scopes Monkey Trial," the teaching of evolution was once again in the courtroom in Dover, Pennsylvania. What is it about the science of evolution that makes it so difficult for many Christians to come to terms with some of its consequences? This talk places this controversy within a U.S. context, but also shows that resources are available within the Christian tradition for a healthy dialogue between science and faith, even with some of the difficult problems raised by evolution.
Dr. Matthew Ashley
November 1, 2017 - 12:30pm
Mount Mercy University recognizes that hate is not a thing of the past—acts of hate occur not only across the world but also right here on campus. Accordingly, MMU employees and students stand united against hate and reaffirm our Mercy values of compassion and hospitality. Just because we differ from one another does not give us the right to express hate toward one another. Our differences are welcome; hate is not.
September 29, 2017 - 4:13pm
The Robert W. Plaster Athletic Complex is nearing completion. Student athletes began using the fields in early September. Landscaping comprises the majority of work remaining. A grand opening celebration will be held on Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017 at the complex.
September 17, 2017 - 12:00am
Sept. 17th is Constitution Day and President Hamen encourages students to embrace their rights to wish the Constitution a happy birthday!
August 2, 2017 - 1:43pm
Construction continues on the track, soccer, and baseball fields. Upon completion in August 2017, The Robert W. Plaster Athletic Complex will provide a permanent home for men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s track and field, baseball, and softball.
May 16, 2017 - 2:17pm
Crews are hard at work installing artificial turf on the softball and track fields. Upon completion in August 2017, The Robert W. Plaster Athletic Complex will provide a permanent home for men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s track and field, baseball, and softball.
April 28, 2017 - 1:37pm
Dr. Jacob Eisenbach was born in Poland in 1923. After the German army invaded his country in 1939, Jacob’s neighborhood in Lodz, a predominantly-Jewish ghetto, became a fenced-in prison camp. The war tore the Eisenbach family apart, taking his father, brother and sister (his mother passed away prior to the invasion). Only Jacob and his brother Sam survived.
March 6, 2017 - 12:48pm
The Mount Mercy men beat Missouri Valley 91-74 to advance to the Heart of American Conference Championship game. [Keep watching at KCRG.com…]
February 27, 2017 - 1:51pm
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (CBS 2, Fox28) — Mount Mercy's Enactus student group started a project last fall to help clean up the community and provide assistance to an organization affected by flooding in Cedar Rapids. [Keep reading at CBS2Iowa.com…] or [Learn more at mtmercy.edu…]
January 17, 2017 - 9:05am
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) — Today, people all across the country, including here in eastern Iowa, took time today to remember Dr. Martin Luther King Junior. Keep reading at KCRG.com…
November 15, 2016 - 1:14pm
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (CBS2/FOX28) — The meaning behind the anti-Trump protests can sometimes get lost in the noise, so in an effort to support those who are most vulnerable, many people are turning to a quiet act of solidarity. Some have chosen to clip one safety pin on their clothes to support those who might have felt attacked during Donald Trump’s campaign. David Butts, assistant director of diversity and engagement at Mount Mercy University, said it’s part of the ebb and flow of social movements.

Share on...

Mount Mercy on...