Art ‘Redirection’ at Te Paske

Tomorrow, Lyric Morris and Emilee Berry will have a public reception for their senior art show, “Redirection.” The duo has come together to present a show using everyday items in hopes of stimulating a discussion. Back in December of 2014, seniors Berry and Morris submitted a proposal for their senior art show. Little did they more »

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Anderson starts Old Factory running club

When most people think of running a 5- to 10- kilometer race, they rarely associate that with drinking coffee. But for about 40 members of the Orange City community, the Old Factory Coffee House and running go hand in hand. Ryan Anderson, husband to Fern Smith resident director Alyssum Anderson, recently started the Old Factory more »


Local novelist presents reading

This year Northwestern hosted another Deep Song Reading Series. This event features different writers and authors and engages the community with their work. “The Deep Song Reading Series is a chance to invite professional authors — both local and occasionally from a further field — to come read on campus and try to get them more »

Freshman Colton Kooima tees off during the Midland Spring Invite on Wednesday, March 25.

Golf team places third

The men’s golf team kicked off the spring season with a tournament this past Wednesday, March 25. Midland University hosted the Midland Spring Invite at the Pines Country Club in Fremont, Nebraska. The Raiders were one of 11 teams competing at the invite, and they put forth a strong showing. In addition to the returning more »

Ethnic Fair (Mariko Komatsu)

Ethnic fair celebrates cultures

To experience other cultures, people often have to travel many miles to distant countries and faraway lands. However, on Saturday, March 28, Northwestern students and community members are invited to taste unique foods, watch exciting dances, listen to traditional music and marvel at authentic dress from 25 different countries. The Northwestern International Club will bring more »

The Visiting

World Premiere is ‘Visiting’ NW

This weekend’s World Premiere Festival will open a new show called “Visitng,” written and directed by student Jacob Christiansen. “Visiting” tells the story of a teenage boy who runs away to live with his sister at college. As the two become entangled in one another’s lives again, they unveil an unknown family history. The play’s more »

Arts & Culture

NW a cappella choir goes on tour

Each spring, Northwestern College’s A cappella Choir embarks on a tour that takes the group across the country. This year they will be heading to South Dakota, stopping in Sioux Falls, Platte and Dell Rapids then taking a turn south towards Omaha and Sioux City. The choir will give performances for communities as well as more »


Making cents of new campus fees

Making cents of new campus fees

On Feb. 11, President Greg Christy sent an email to Northwestern staff, faculty and students announcing additional student fees to be implemented in the 2015-16 school year. Christy said in the email, “In keeping with many of our peer institutions, we determined to implement select fees for courses that use laboratory and studio equipment and more »


Huckabee makes campus appearance

Huckabee makes campus appearance

“A lot of Americans truly feel disenfranchised from the old, simple concept that when you were born in America or when you came here by choice, you were in the greatest place on earth,” Mike Huckabee said. “You had a chance to be anything you wanted to be … I want us to believe that more »


Resurrecting Easter

As a writing major and religion minor, I’ve often been accused of caring exclusively about abstract or spiritual things. It’s a valid point. Even this little piece could be categorized more as “thoughts” than an actual opinion on something. But I hope that these thoughts on the abstract encourage all of you to take real more »


Outdoor debut

This weekend marks the start of the outdoor season for the Northwestern Track and Field team. Coming off of a very strong performance in their indoor season, the Raiders are looking to hit the ground running. The 2015 NAIA Indoor Track and Field Championship was the most recent meet in which the team competed, and more »