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What Does it Mean to Be a Regula Scholar?

If you have ever participated in a community service event through Mount Union, then you have probably heard of the Regula Center. The Ralph and Mary Regula Center for Public Service and Civic Engagement at the University of Mount Union, …

A Chat with April Mason

Name: April Mason, PhD
Major: Biology
Graduation Year: 1977
Original Hometown: Akron, Ohio
Where Living now: Manhattan, Kansas
Job Title/Employer: Provost and Senior Vice President of Kansas State University

Professional Life
When I graduated from Mount, I got a master’s …

A Tale of “Big Kid” Beginnings: The Diary of an Internship Expert Part One

As the job market grows more and more competitive, internships are becoming a very valuable asset to any resume. Many employers want potential applicants to have a few years of experience before they’ll hire them, and internships are a great

6 Ways to Find (Awesome) Internships

Whether you’re a seasoned senior or a first year student, internships are essential to having a fun and successful career.  Not only do internships help you build your resume and let you gain hands-on experience, they also let you see …

My Major: Public Relations

Posted on June 13th, by Lauren Reihl in Academics, Classes. Comments Off on My Major: Public Relations

When I started college, I didn’t know what major I wanted to pursue. I was originally thinking about a criminal justice major. During my freshman year, I took classes in what I thought I wanted to major in. While my …

How I Became a Writing Major

Posted on April 3rd, by Amanda Cameron in Academics, Internships, Professors. Comments Off on How I Became a Writing Major

I wasn’t always a writing major. In fact, this is a record setting year in my college career – it’s the first time I managed to keep the same major for two consecutive semesters. I used to be a wanderer, …

Choosing Mount Union

Posted on April 2nd, by Jessica Finkler in Value. Comments Off on Choosing Mount Union

When I was in 8th grade, I thought choosing which high school to attend was one of the most in depth choices of my life. Oh was I wrong. Choosing where you will spend possibly the four+ most important years …