Courageous compliments

Hello, my name is Victoria Horn, and for at least twenty years of my twenty-two-year life, I was afraid to compliment anyone. If you know me at all, this probably will not surprise you. As someone who has received a 100 percent introvert rating on the Meyers-Briggs test (a feat they all said was impossible), more »

Christ-like love in politics

Something has happened to our Christian culture. I sit in chapel and speakers are making political jabs. Students are venting through Facebook, cursing and questioning their fellow Christians’ commitment to God because they did not vote for the same person. One minute we are encouraging others to live in a Christ-like manner, but the next more »

Red Raider baseball travels to Tucson

The Northwestern baseball team traveled to sunny Tucson, Arizona ,for their Spring Break Tournament during the week of March 7th-13th. They accumulated five wins and two losses during the week with some impressive wins over #16 Jamestown and a 13-2 Mayville St. team. Some key highlights from the week came from senior Isaac Horigan who more »

Red Raider athletics travel to nationals

Northwestern College athletics has been fortunate enough this year to produce many successful athletes. Just before the break NW’s track and field team finished their indoor season. NW sent 17 athletes to the NAIA Championship to compete in ten total events. NW finished the Championship achieving seven All-American performances. Junior Tim Rose competed in the more »

Softball team wins two, loses one

Over Spring Break, the Northwestern softball team played a string of games against teams from Kansas and Oklahoma. While at the McPherson College Tournament, the Red Raider softball team went 2-1 (10-9 on the season). The Raider’s first game in the tournament was against the Bethany Swedes from Kansas. The Raiders fell to the Swedes more »

Finding common love

In the weeks following the executive order on immigration, many concerned Christians have spoken out about the importance of loving our neighbors. Twice in the last month, I have experienced powerful retellings of the parable of the Good Samaritan—an ancient story which speaks to a deep need for our present society to care for the more »