Month: December 2018

Amberly Melendez: Walking the Long Road

Story and Photos by Riley Sine and Maggie Bright Running down the Sammamish River Trail on a Sunday morning in…

College of Business Inducts New Members at Christmas Gala

For many, December marks the beginning of holiday festivities including tree decorating, caroling, and consuming an abundance of sweets. However,…

Local Late-Night Eats

Story and photo by Felicia Jorden Have you ever felt that jabbing pain of hunger while studying late at night? …

Video Game Reviews: “Super Mario Odyssey” and “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”

By Jarod Wright “Super Mario Odyssey” and “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” have sold 12.7 million and…

Vespers Prayer Service Offers Peace in End of Semester Chaos

By Danielle Nye On Thursday, Dec. 6, Dr. Jeremiah Webster hosted a Vespers prayer service in the HSC fireside for…

Review: Caffé Rococo

By Danielle Nye Caffé Rococo is a well-known coffee shop in downtown Kirkland, and is certainly a favorite among NU students…

Photos: Christmas Pursuit 2018

Christmas Pursuit concluded the semester with Christmas carols, games, giveaways, and a night of praise. The NU Worship teams performed…

Commentary: Chess Team provides opportunities for connections that transcend the board.

By Walter Borbridge Editor’s note: The following is a first-person recap of the 2017 Pan-Amercian Intercollegiate Chess Championships by Walter…

Fall ASNU recap: Senate restructuring, campus improvements in progress, and clarification sought on social-dance policy

By Maggie Bright The ASNU team has continued working to provide improvements to campus life this semester, including numerous changes…

Last lecture: Abby Stovall

By Amanda Christopher The final Last Lecture of fall semester was given by Abby Stovall, who serves Northwest University as…

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