On March 9, NNU and the local community gathered to celebrate breaking ground for the new Student Commons—a building that will serve as an intentional space for students to interact, live and learn together.
While developing skills for their future careers, NNU music industry students shared their passion for music with 250 local middle schoolers.
At NNU serving the community is important, especially to our faculty. Professors of Art & Design Jamie Tucker and Mike Bartlett share how they structure skill and service into their courses.
The community is invited to attend the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Student Commons on Friday, March 9. “For over 100 years, NNU has been a place of extraordinary community,” said Mark Wheeler, vice president for external relations. “This new facility provides intentional space for our students and the entire campus community to continue to live into our tradition of shared community.”
NNU Forensics is ending an exceptional season and preparing for national competitions in March. Learn how they did at their last invitational and who’s on the Nationals teams this year.
NNU is gearing up for its annual Career Week February 26 – March 2. Career Week offers an exciting way for NNU students and alumni to expand their career development knowledge and connect with businesses and organizations from throughout the NW region.
Since Christmas is over and we’re all back to the daily grind, winter can become quite dull. Here are some ideas to brighten the final months of dreary weather.
William Shakespeare said, “the course of true love never did run smooth.” March 8–11, NNU's Department of Music will show just how complicated love’s course can be through their presentation of Shakespeare’s comedy, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.
Alumnus and art professor Mike Bartlett and senior Korte Zickefoose share the behind-the-scenes scoop on the process of designing the new Nighthawks mascot.
738 students representing thirty states and eight foreign countries have been named to NNU's Dean’s List for the 2017 fall semester. Eligibility for this academic honor is based on grade-point average and credit load.