The Hatchery reopens in OC

The Northwestern College and Orange City community may be puzzled as to where The Hatchery Restaurant & Lounge has gone. Some may think it has gone out of business or disappeared because it is not in its old spot downtown. Some may be wondering whether they will ever be able to taste their favorite sandwiches, more »

A’broad’ background of NW students

Missionary kids are used to adventure. They have grown up in a foreign culture, which includes learning a new language and blending in with the natives. They travel extensively and see unique cultures. They also demonstrate bravery by coming to a small town in Iowa to go to college. But what is it actually like more »

Men’s soccer fall to Midland squad

This year, the Red Raiders took on the Midland Warriors for the annual homecoming game on Saturday, Oct. 1. More fans than usual filled up the stands for the big homecoming game, and cheered the Raiders on for the full 90 minutes. The team fought a tough battle, yet unfortunately lost 0-3 against the Warriors, more »

Art prof work exhibited in NY

Professor Yun Shin of the art department has been selected by the A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn, New York to have her work exhibited. This is the second consecutive year that Shin’s work has been selected for exhibition in New York City. This abstract work of art, titled Filtering, is made from layers upon layers of more »

Bastille releases wild sophomore album

Fans of the hit song “Pompeii” rejoice! It has been three years since their last album, but British indie pop band Bastille has released their second album. True to its title, Wild World showcases two wild worlds—the physical world we are currently living in, and the world within someone struggling to hide their demons. The more »