The year 2015 has come and gone. But before we launch into 2016, we want to take a minute to reflect on some of the best moments of the year past. NNU saw its ups and downs in 2015, but has been overwhelmingly blessed along the way. Here are five moments that stood out above the rest.
Come Sunday, December 6, for an evening of great Christmas music—old and new—and join in on some Christmas carols. The evening will be a joyous and memorable way for your family to kick off the Christmas season by celebrating the birth of our Lord through music.
NNU’s Department of Music is pleased to present “Amahl and the Night Visitors” as an opera dessert theatre. Written by Gian Carlo Menotti in 1951, “Amahl and the Visitors” is set in Bethlehem following the birth of Christ. A single mother and her young son, Amahl, worry for their future until one fateful night.
NNU’s Office of University Advancement is implementing Donor Appreciation Week during the week prior to Homecoming weekend. "Tags” on buildings and features across campus will indicate the gifts from donors that made them possible, and students will have the opportunity to thank donors by participating in Thank a Giver or “TAG” day.
Northwest Nazarene University announced today that it has been designated a 2016 Military Friendly® School by Victory Media, the leader in successfully connecting the military and civilian worlds.
To commemorate Arbor Day and complete the final process of receiving certification as a Tree Campus, a special Arbor Day chapel was held on Wednesday, Oct. 21, followed by the planting of eighteen new trees on campus.
Northwest Nazarene University is pleased to present “A Very Absurd Evening: Short Comedies by Eugene Ionesco and David Ives” through which the audience will get to explore the relationship between language, communication, rhythm, music and time.
Having a roommate in college is tough enough, but when two adults try to share the same living space, their opposite natures clash. Watch the same cast create two hilarious versions as the men and women swap lead roles.
Mr. Lajvardi's talk, "Improbable to Unstoppable," will chronicle the actions of underprivileged, underfunded high school students in Phoenix, Arizona, and how they became engaged and challenged through his teaching in the field of robotics—so challenged that they defeated the likes of students from MIT three consecutive times at the national underwater robotics competition.
With the launch of NNU’s Parent Association this fall, there are even more ways for parents of NNU students to stay connected to and support their university student.