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News Date: 
Tue. 02/02/2010

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day Jan. 18, the Student Government Association, partnering with Community and Residential Development, sponsored a leadership conference followed by service projects. Around 70 students and staff participated.

The day started off at 11:30 a.m. on the Friends University campus with guest speaker, Craig Bay, G’92/M’96. Bay discussed his time at Friends University, being Christ-centered and seeking to understand, love and respect others. A three-course lunch was provided.

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Communications Office
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316-295-5377
News Date: 
Mon. 02/01/2010

A unique course will allow students to explore law, liberty and the market through a series of lectures that will bring four top minds on these topics to Friends University.

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Division of Business and Information Technology
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316-295-5526
News Date: 
Wed. 02/20/2013

Inclement weather occasionally affects Friends University classes and campus events. Information about weather-related closings can be found in the following ways:

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News Date: 
Mon. 09/28/2009

Keeping pace with a changing global employment environment and local employer needs, Friends University has added three new programs to its undergraduate majors: finance, forensic science and international business.

The finance program, which encompasses both global and domestic finance, will prepare students for a variety of fields, including investment, banking and financial management. Students will learn through case studies, trips to financial centers and simulations.

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Communications Office
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News Date: 
Tue. 11/13/2007

Friends University will be hosting its first-ever national football playoff game this Saturday, Nov. 17.



Falcon Football won last Saturday’s game against the University of St. Mary 35-6, earning the 2007 KCAC Championship and the team’s way into the first-round of the NAIA Championship. The Falcons finished the season with a conference record of 8-1 and an overall record of 9-1. Athletic Director Joe Zimmerman received word Sunday, Nov. 16, that the University’s bid to host the NAIA first-round game had been accepted.


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News Date: 
Thu. 03/23/2006

Warren Farha of Eighth Day Books will present a lecture on Eastern Orthodox Worship at Friends University from 6 to 8 p.m. March 27 in room 304 of the Davis Administration Building. The lecture is free and open to the public.

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Friends University