The power of authentic community

11:10 PM

“What are they going to think? Is it going to sound good? Is this too much to share? Will they look down on me?” These are the questions Britt Gonyea wrestled with as he prepared for his chapel... Read more »

Virtual tour gives new perspective of UNW campus

3:00 PM

Students who are at the early stages of their search process want readily available information and they want as much as they can get. In the initial stages of their college search, these students... Read more »

3 people you can thank today

10:30 AM

Thanksgiving is approaching and that means full bellies and, hopefully, full hearts of gratitude. Here at UNW, we’re thankful for our community and the part they play in helping us become... Read more »

Granting opportunities beyond the classroom

6:00 PM

Internships can be exceptionally beneficial for both students and businesses. However, for most college students the reality of making money through part-time jobs takes precedence over... Read more »

Actor finds best role yet

1:30 PM

UNW grad student Amit Mehra's journey toward the Master of Organizational Leadership program. Read more »

How to get a master's accident

10:30 AM

It was just a friendly neighborhood book club. Around 10 years ago, Sheri Peterson M’15, a homemaker and mom, gathered regularly with women on the block to enjoy literature together. After... Read more »

The hidden world of theatrical design

5:07 PM

Andrew Lloyd Weber’s The Phantom of the Opera has been kept exclusively to Broadway stages for years, only recently made available for collegiate stages. Beginning Thursday, October 23, the... Read more »

Drumming up spirit at Homecoming

1:40 PM

As the Eagles football team entered the field for their Homecoming game on October 3 they were greeted by a packed stadium of fans, the UNW cheer squad and the percussive cadences of the... Read more »

Love for Scripture brings Torah to Northwestern

9:00 AM

“Open your Bibles to…” are words spoken by pastors around the world on any given day of worship. Congregations reach for their Bibles, or their phones, tablets or other devices to pull up their... Read more »

Five fresh leadership concepts from Fuel 2015

6:00 PM

When Jim Johnson and the Development Relations team began a conference to help youth workers get refreshed, replenished and refueled, they could not have known what God would do with their efforts... Read more »

Your encouragement could be worth $1,000

2:00 PM

When was the last time you were able to really encourage someone? Not just with a “Good job,” or “Way to go” in recognition for performance, but with high-impact, significant affirmation that... Read more »

The inescapable secret of online learning

4:10 PM

If you’re thinking about taking an online course, or pursuing an online degree, there is a secret you should know about.  One thing you do know—probably at the forefront of your mind, is... Read more »

Behind Truest: Hope on a journey with mental illness

1:44 PM

Admissions counselor and author Jackie Lea Sommers '03 will release her first young adult novel,  Truest,  on September 1. As one of her reviewers says, she "takes the YA genre to a new... Read more »

Enter Northwestern’s first Homecoming 5K

2:12 PM

Development team members Matt Anderson ’12 and Teri (Smith) Norby '94 have temporary titles for Homecoming this year: race organizers. They are working with the Office of Alumni Relations to bring... Read more »

Karen Swallow Prior gives literature a voice you can't ignore

5:30 PM

Scanning titles of Karen Swallow Prior’s most recent articles , a stranger may never guess this upcoming, passionate voice in the online public square belongs to a professor of English. The... Read more »

Four challenges you'll face in college—and how to conquer them

5:00 PM

Four challenges you'll face in college—and how to conquer them. Read more »

A successful merger: Christ and the corporate world

6:04 PM

Simon Hearne spent most of his adult life climbing the corporate ladder. He didn’t stop climbing completely, but in 2006 his life took a dramatic turn as he came to know Christ at age 42. ... Read more »

President Cureton to participate in NCAA Division I Strategic Summit

11:00 AM

The NCAA has announced President Alan S. Cureton, Ph.D. as one of two participants from Minnesota at its Division I Strategic Summit in Indianapolis. Along with University of Minnesota... Read more »

A new kind of MBA

3:00 PM

Northwestern’s new MBA is anything but typical. Launched last fall, the first MBA cohort consists of 30 pioneers taking advantage of the flexible format and biblically grounded courses. They will... Read more »

In high school or college? Why internships should be important to you

11:00 AM

While life after college graduation might seem a long way off, each day of your college journey is a step closer to the career for which you’re preparing. It’s not too soon to be working toward... Read more »