Commentary: 1975 Concert Preview and Reflection on Controversial Music

By Kathryn Anderson The 1975 are coming to Seattle this Thursday, April 25. The pop-rock band is well-known in the NU community. Campus Pastor...

Satire: Navigating Dates and Singleness at Evening

By Bria Figgins As Eagles, NU students know that sometimes they just need to fly solo. This year, Evening will be held on Saturday,...

Liturgical Rhythms introduces new format to Monday Devos

  By Martanna Broom Spring semester saw a change in format to Monday Devos, taking the new form of “Liturgical Rhythms.” For those who...

Summer Reading Recommendations – Part 3

By Jadyn Elias This is part three of a series of summer book recommendations from professors around campus. Check out part 1 and part...

Commentary – Burned Out: Dealing With Stress as a Full-Time Student

By Jadyn Elias With finals week fast approaching, the buzz of student activity feels a little dimmer. Students still walk dutifully to classes and...

Steve Smith Closes out Last Lecture Series for the Semester

By Winter Wirkkala Grammy Award-Winning Founder and Creative Director of Creatio Studios, Steve Smith, spoke to students during Northwest University’s Last Lecture on April...

NU Welcomes New Black Student Fellowship Club

By Daniel Ghebremichael and Jaden Jenkins Black Student Fellowship opened its doors on Tuesday, April 9, in its first meeting as an officially recognized...

NU Music Department Kicks Off Spring Concert Series

By Landon Fleury With the summer quickly approaching, it can be difficult for students at Northwest University to think about much beside finishing up...

Summer Book Recommendations – Part 2

  By Jadyn Elias This is part two of the summer reading list (read part one here) from professors around campus. If you find yourself...

Celebrate Conference Returns to Northwest University

By Hannah Nicholson Northwest University’s campus ministries department is hosting an women’s one-night conference Friday, April 12, in Butterfield Chapel. All women are welcome...