Students in MUM’s BFA in Creative Writing program recently launched Metafore, a new online literary magazine that publishes poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.
The thesis film by alumna Agnes Baginska had its premiere last month at the world’s top festival for fantasy – being one of just 23 short films out of over 2,000 submissions to make it into the Official Fantastic Selection of the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival in Spain.
“It is truly a great honor and I couldn’t have wished for a better start for the film,” said Ms. Baginska, a 2016 graduate of the David Lynch Graduate School of Cinematic Arts. “Sitges was amazing and I enjoyed every single...
Magic, dance, and art were at the heart of last month’s two-hour campus adventure. MUM Quest, a series of events based on teamwork, fun, and fantasy, involved over 80 students and fostered new connections across our campus.
Four of our undergraduate art majors were recently accepted into multiple MFA programs with full and partial scholarships.
Congressman Tim Ryan (D-OH) was interrupted numerous times by applause from a packed house in the Golden Dome of Maharishi University of Management as he detailed the far-reaching and unique achievements of this flagship model for Consciousness-Based education.
We are proud to announce that the MUM Green Iowa AmeriCorps team is the winner of Americorps’ Service Year Alliance Higher Education Award for Innovative Campus-Corps Partnership!
MUM was recently ranked as a top college for non-traditional students by BestColleges.com.
Can meditation curb violence in disadvantaged schools? According to students and teachers at Chicago’s Gage Park High School, the answer is yes.
Maharishi University of Management’s Schwartz-Guich Sustainable Living Center has caught the attention of Getting to Net Zero, an organization that keeps track of ultra-efficient buildings and their energy usage.
According to their calculations, the Sustainable Living Center’s net Energy Use Intensity (EUI) was -0.5 in 2015, indicating that the building produced 5 percent more energy than it used.
Getting to Net Zero said that the Center is among the highest-performing buildings they had encountered, especially given Iowa’s harsh climate.