Artist shares mental health message in project

Passion Pit’s newest album release is entitled Tremendous Sea of Love.  While the songs play a role in its release, the main member of the band, Michael Angelakos, released the tracks as a way to communicate a message above just good-sounding music. The album starts out with a short song, a little longer than a more »

Softball hosts Briar Cliff

The Red Raider women’s softball team hosted Briar Cliff for a GPAC doubleheader this Tuesday in Orange City. Northwestern split the two games, falling 1-4 in the first game and coming back with a 2-1 win in the second. This moved them up 3-1 in conference play. The scoring was opened in the first game more »

Students find ways to break winter blues

With the winter months comes many different emotions: excitement for snow-related activities, hot drinks and the anticipation of the outside world turning white. Some emotions, however, are not as enthusiastic. The arrival of snow also brings complaints about the cold air, sickness, tiredness and grumbling about transportation. Senior Luke Lorfeld looks at the cold winter more »

The issue of attendance

As alarms go off across campus, it is a struggle for most college kids to get out of bed and go to class. Many times, they are tired and staying in bed a little longer would be comfortable. Perhaps they have been at class all morning and just do not want to go back. But more »

Cross country can’t be stopped

The Northwestern men and women put on a show at the cross country course in Hastings, Neb. this past weekend. The weather was beautiful, and both teams had outstanding performances.  The entire men’s team and junior Katie Bosch of the women’s team advanced to the NAIA National championship. Whether a runner, coach or fan, every more »

The good, the bad, the ugly: dating at NW

Connections with the opposite gender play a big role in the average Raider life. Though the cover of the story about Northwestern relationships looks good, students have realized the expectations end up being not as glamorous as it seems. The size of NW is a major factor in developing relationships. Ben Von Heeder notes NW more »