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Marian University Knights Football Team Head to Iowa

The Knights are back in the NAIA FCS Semifinals for the third time in four years and will head to Sioux City, Iowa for the first time. The #7 Knights will take on #4 Morningside College Mustangs (Iowa) for the second time with the first meeting coming in the 57th Annual NAIA Football National Championship Game on Dec.13, 2012.

Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. Eastern time and will feature the top-ranked rushing defense in the NAIA against the top-ranked rushing offense. Something will have to give on Saturday. Lucas Corley (p-b-p) and MU senior Alex McCool (color) will call all the action on Catholic Radio Indianapolis at 89.1 FM WSPM and 90.9 FM WSQM. Pre-game will begin at 12:45 p.m. Eastern time...read more

Alumni Hall Near Completion

by Amber Ferrari | Jun 25, 2014

Alumni Hall construction continues to move along quickly as we approach the end of June. The recent stretch of good weather has allowed both inside and outside work on the building to remain consistent.

Inside Projects:

  • The bookstore is close to being finished and is anticipated to be the first fully completed space.
  • Inside framing is complete.
  • Drywall installation is well underway.
  • Electrical work and plumbing are nearly finished.
  • Paint, flooring, and ceilings are set to be installed next.

Outside Projects:

  • 90 percent of glass around the building is installed.

Marian University will officially open Alumni Hall in time for classes to begin in August.

 Remember that the Alumni Hall Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony takes place on Saturday, October 18 at 10:30 a.m. as a part of Marian University Homecoming festivities. 

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