NW staff spotlight: Matt Austin

With all the joys of technology comes the curse of malfunction. That may be a shattered laptop screen or a virus found deleting or encrypting precious and personal files. Everyone, especially in an academic institution, is bound to their computer. Lucky for students, there is a place where those crippling issues can be addressed. Behind more »

Student dances showcase talent

If someone were to walk into the theatre building late on a Thursday night, they would most likely find groups of RUSH dancers practicing their pirouettes and jazz runs, jamming out to the latest hit album or learning new sequences of choreography. Dancers include students with extensive dance training to students with little to no more »

Beautifully maintained campus wins award

Northwestern College was ranked the fourth most beautiful campus among the top 25 in the Midwest. This recognition does not come without countless hours of hard work. The Director of Maintenance and Operations, Scott Simmelink, said as his initial reaction to this recognition, “Way to go Ward. Keep up the great work.” Ward Van Peursem, more »

Hospers escape room

There are many school-sponsored events and activities offered by groups such as SAC, but sometimes students decide to get creative and make their own activites. The Hospers escape room, created by Jacob Johnson, offers an exciting new activity on Northwestern’s campus. In recent years, escape rooms have become popular across the country. In short, an more »

Senioritis claims many victims

With the end of the semester starting to rise on the horizon for many students, some are thinking about summer jobs or setting schedules for the fall. Every spring a class faces not only graduation, but an imposing foe which makes it more and more difficult for them to concentrate on school: senioritis. As a more »

SAC introduces Family Feud

For the first time in Northwestern history, campus will be hosting the nationally well-known game Family Feud. The Student Activities Council (SAC) went around campus asking people questions about NW, and then they took the most common answers and created an NW-themed game. This will be very close to the original game, and the SAC more »