Entries with Year 2012 .

Sundance Film Festival: A Northwestern first

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Professor Ann Sorenson and six film students will be making a first ever Northwestern appearance at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah in January. For one week Laticia Mattson... Read more »

Off the Cuff with Jon Acuff

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Jon Acuff, author of Quitter and Stuff Christians Like , spoke in chapel for a few days in November, talking about letting go of your boring view of God.  Since he was around, we... Read more »

NWC's first Gilman Scholarship recipients

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Juniors Mai Kia Thao and Yana Lenta, and senior Miriam Navamanie are Northwestern’s first recipients of the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship , a $3,000 grant allowing them to join... Read more »

MPR features NWC cellist: Ben Osterhouse solos with Minnesota Symphony

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While many professional orchestra musicians are putting down their instruments for picket signs in the Twin Cities this week, Benjamin Osterhouse will take bow to cello on Sunday night, serenading... Read more »

New books by Northwestern Faculty

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You don't have to be sitting in a classroom to learn from our experienced professors—this year they've written four new books for you to enjoy anytime, anywhere.   The Trouble with... Read more »

Holy history: students embark on Boston

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For the historian who loves seafood, there is no better eatery than America’s oldest restaurant, Union Oyster House in Boston.  On the first Saturday in October, five Northwestern students... Read more »

Trade of Innocents: Alumna produces anti-trafficking film

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Trade of Innocents , a sorrowfully hopeful story from the dark underworld of modern slavery, is lighting theatres and minds across the country this fall with one idea: Justice needs a hero. Be... Read more »

Northwestern is Military Friendly

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Victory Media has named Northwestern to the coveted 2013 Military Friendly Schools ® list , an honor reserved for the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country... Read more »

Faculty book recognized at CCDA National Conference

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Sept. 26 —As the Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) National Conference begins today in the Twin Cities, Northwestern professor of systematic theology Kenneth Young, Ph.D. ... Read more »

Dr. Klein's Course of the Year: from generics to genetics

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Sept. 11 — Dr. Joanna Klein 's students are learning "The Language of Life” again this fall, as she takes them on a semester-long delve into genetics. The course for non-biology majors... Read more »

Motorcycling, musing and ministry: Dr. Kowalik's sabbatical year

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Last August, Professor of Communication Tim Kowalik, Ed.D. left his quiet office for a rather ruckus sabbatical in Africa and South America.  Technically, sabbatical is supposed to be “a... Read more »

Jodi Whitworth hired for national newscast; awarded scholarship

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Senior Jodi Whitworth, 21, will be reporting Twin Cities local news this fall for a national newscast pilot.  During a nationwide search for student reporters, an producer saw Whitworth's... Read more »

Northwestern named a Star Tribune Top Workplace 2012

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Northwestern College was listed in the Star Tribune Top Workplaces 2012, ranking 18th among 30 Minnesota large organizations that made the top 100 list. The rankings came from high-scoring results... Read more »

Northwestern sends ninth Fulbright Charissa Doebler to Taiwan

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Charissa Doebler ’12, has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) Scholarship, through which she will teach for one year in Taiwan, beginning in August. Doebler is the ninth... Read more »

History professor selected for Princeton Fellowship

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When fall arrives and Northwestern students and professors return to campus, Jonathan Den Hartog, Ph.D. will be starting his sabbatical year at Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey. An... Read more »

Northwestern launches summer creative arts program

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Northwestern presents a dynamic alternative to traditional summer camp for 9th through 12th graders: Summer Season Creative Arts Workshops. Five all-day workshops provide students with an... Read more »

Northwestern announces two new advanced degree programs

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Northwestern College continues to expand its program offerings and is pleased to announce the addition of two new advanced degrees: Master of Arts in Education and Dual B.A./M.Div. Degree in... Read more »

Alumnus announces candidacy for Minnesota House District 41A

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Northwestern alumnus, Brian Gordon, announced his candidacy for Minnesota House of Representatives from District 41A. The district includes Fridley and parts of New Brighton and Spring Lake Park. ... Read more »

Music alum, Barrett Radzuin stars in lead role in New York opera

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Northwestern music major Barrett Radziun ’10, will appear in a lead role in the world premiere of Four Sisters , an opera in one act by composer Elena Langer and librettist John Lloyd Davies.... Read more »

Northwestern ranked as one of state's more selective colleges

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The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal recently published a study of 1,100 college rankings based on “selectivity” in applicants accepted. Within the state of Minnesota, Northwestern was... Read more »
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