NNU News

NNU students take 8th in global engineering competition

January 24, 2019

Official results from the 2018 IEEEXtreme programming competition have been released and our two-student team placed eighth in the nation.

NNU pep band resurrected by freshman

January 24, 2019

After a three-year hiatus, the NNU pep band is back, and we have freshman Raven Mathison to thank.

Emphasizing 
our strengths

January 11, 2019

Alumna Carrie Hays reflects on the Strengths Perspective 
as a foundation for helping others achieve their potential.

Paralleling 
Peter

January 11, 2019

Alumnus Jonathan Borges shares his journey 
through rough waters to a faith in Christ and a home at NNU.

Around the world and back 
for good

January 11, 2019

David Hille was inspired by his experience as a student to return to NNU as a professor

Letters to my freshman self

January 11, 2019

Dual-sport athlete in track & field and basketball 
Ellie Logan (Fossil, Oregon) graduated with a biology degree summer 2018. Now pursuing her MBA, she reflects on her journey at NNU and the process of constantly growing and learning.

Building for good

January 11, 2019

Long-time coach and professor Roger Schmidt leaves a legacy throughout the campus.

Political science student Jessica Charles carries lessons 
from NNU with her to law school and beyond

January 11, 2019

Political science student Jessica Charles carries lessons from NNU with her to law school and beyond.

Opening Thoughts, Messenger Winter 2019

January 11, 2019

When I began this role in late August 2017, I was told it was time to begin speaking of our strengths—especially in academics—and to stop being inappropriately humble, to be bold in describing who we are. I took that as both a challenge and a directive. And so, the journey to boldness began.

Emily Maxfield: Finding her place, staying intentional and looking ahead

January 7, 2019

College is one of life’s major stepping stones; a time of learning, personal growth and experience. Though an exciting time of preparing for future careers and aspirations, for many, college is a time of waiting. Student Emily Maxfield explains her own experience with this waiting period and how she’s come to make the “now” count just as much as the future.