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Get the voting ‘ball’ot rolling

  I have heard a lot of grumblings about politics and the presidential candidates this election season. Some are frustrated with Clinton, and others are frustrated with Trump. Everywhere I look, it seems there is some negative advertisement or article bashing one of the two candidates. Something I am not hearing a lot of is more »

Husbands joins NW community

Mark Husbands has joined the Northwestern community as the Vice President for Academic Affairs for the 2016-17 school year. Husbands previously worked at Tindale Seminary, Wheaton College and Hope College. While at Hope, he founded and lead the Emmaus Scholars Program, which is an academic Christian community focused on mission, calling, justice, spiritual formation and more »

Student-written one acts take the stage

Every other spring, Northwestern’s theatre department displays a series of one act plays written by students in the fall, but it’s not always the case that these plays come together in a week’s time with limited resources. This year’s eleven plays were written by students in the playwriting class during the fall semester. After being more »

American heroes celebrated

This Sunday, members of Northwestern’s Honors Program fall seminar took the work they’ve been doing all semester and presented it to the community in honor of Veteran’s Day. The service took place at First Reformed Church at the Sunday evening service and was hosted by Dr. Heather Josselyn-Cranson and students in her Great War and more »

NW receives 10-year review

Northwestern will go through the accreditation process this fall for the first time since 2005. Once every 10 years, the Higher Learning Commission, an organization involved with accreditation, partners with NW to go through the process of becoming reaccredited. Accreditation is a title all colleges and universities in the United States seek. The label provides more »

RDs say farewell to Northwestern

Some of Northwestern’s housing units are getting a new look next year. Four of campus’s most well-known figures are leaving NW to embark on new journeys. Resident directors Hannah McBride, Alyssum Anderson, Corey Kundert and Brittany Caffey have decided to relinquish their positions in pursuit of other avenues. McBride, resident director of Stegenga Hall, is more »