Red Raiders stumble in final game

The Red Raiders needed to win their last two games of the regular season to be guaranteed part of the GPAC Regular Season Title. These two wins would have to come against Midland and Dakota Wesleyan, two programs that have been deemed a part of the top 25 teams in the nation. After defeating Midland more »

Red Raiders win second in a row

After stumbling in an 82-59 loss against Morningside on Feb. 1, the Northwestern men’s basketball team was looking to recover. They did so the following Saturday, beating Doane 100-84, giving themselves momentum into their matchup against Mount Marty on Wednesday, a team that had not won a conference game. With a confident win a few more »

Learning through losses

I was in 5th grade when my great-grandfather passed away. It was the first time I went through something so devastating and so unexplainable. For a 10-year-old, I did not know how to react or what to say. All I could do was cry. And although I have grown 10 years wiser, I still never more »

Career choice conundrum

When I was little, I was always asked what I wanted to be when I grew up. The answer to that question was always quick and easy. “I want to be a pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks,” I would say with gusto as if my pronouncing the fact that I wanted to be a professional more »

’16 wrestling season underway

After a strong season last year with six wrestlers qualifying for the national tournament, the Red Raider Wrestling team opened up their 2016 campaign this past Saturday in Mitchell, South Dakota in the Dakota Wesleyan University Open. With a combination of fresh faces and seasoned veterans, the Red Raiders were able to place sixth as more »

Spikeball springs up on campus

It’s 65 degrees on a sunny, Thursday afternoon in the middle of April, and the campus at Northwestern College is full of activity. Students are walking from class back to their dorm rooms to catch a quick nap before they start their homework. Professors are walking to their cars, exhausted after a full day of more »