Marina McKay sums up her experience as a Media and Communications film major in one word: revealing.
On June 18, 2016, Maharishi University of Management was honored to have filmmaker extraordinaire David Lynch participate in the 2016 commencement ceremony, where he directly answered the questions of the graduating class.
Read on for Dr. Lynch’s top 5 recommendations for “catching the big fish.”
MUM’s hometown of Fairfield has been called the “entrepreneurial capital of Iowa” by governor Terry Branstad.
According to the Fairfield Economic Development Association (FEDA), “a third of venture capital in the entire state has been invested in Fairfield-based companies.”
Inverse.com has praised Transcendental Meditation as an “adaptable, natural, and effective form of meditation” that is “tailor-made” for millennials in a new article on their website.
Prior to coming to MUM, Angela Seng worked as manager of an essential oil manufacturing company. She didn’t consider going to college until she became interested in holistic health and sustainability and discovered MUM.
The 2014 commencement address by actor Jim Carrey has now been viewed over 10 million times on YouTube.
MUM Alumni Amy and Troy Van Beek visited the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris last December, representing Ideal Energy.
As daylight fades on an early summer evening, you’ll find Iowans sitting spellbound in backyards, watching fireflies float in and out of view – like invisible fairies carrying tiny, flickering lanterns.
Any mention of Jason Aviles on the Maharishi University of Management campus will have even the quietest students gushing about how enthusiastic, vibrant, positive, and relatable he is.
We got an on-the-road telephone update from Justin Cutter in late February 2015, as he was driving to southern California to start his next 6-week tour of schools. Justin teaches organic, sustainable farming to students of all ages right from his 25-foot box truck—his mobile greenhouse, where students feel, smell, taste, and water his plants. Justin teaches people how to use limited space to grow nutritious foods that require the least resources.