Set in the heart of New York City, “Guys and Dolls” is a story about redemption. By the end, when bets and love seem at odds, the characters are forced to question their priorities and—hopefully—choose to make things right.
Senior biology major John Eaton shares his thoughts on New Year's resolutions versus daily dedication to a goal. “Every day you wake up with a choice and a chance for a new resolution." This is the lifestyle that John has chosen to live and one he encourages others to choose as well.
Each summer, Northwest Nazarene University sends out faculty and students to make a difference in people’s lives around the globe. This summer five mission teams will be sent to serve in Poland, Liberia, Colombia, Haiti, and Kenya.
"If any NNU student wants a community to grow spiritually with, they came to the right place—spiritual guidance and encouragement is bountiful here. There are tons of opportunities to engage in God’s word, to worship Christ, to leave comfort zones, to serve in the community and, in the process, to grow spiritually—you just need to know where to look."
Several students share their thoughts on the new chapel format. Through special speakers, local pastors, members of the campus community and denominational leaders, students are exploring and dialoguing about what it means to be a Christian in our world.
Inspired by their coaches, Jake and Jenny Perry, seven current student-athletes and Northwest Nazarene alumnus Ashley Puga, volunteered their time this Christmas season to help Sean and Meredith Stewart with One 5 Ministries, and Andy and Jamie Fehr with Wordsower International.
Junior kinesiology major and student veteran Sandra Rollings shares her experience with NNU’s new Office of Veterans Services, and talks about her involvement in the Student Veterans Club.
If you haven’t visited NNU’s campus since 1984 or even 2007, you may be pleasantly surprised by the physical changes that have taken place to meet the ever growing needs of our students. Or maybe you’re considering attending NNU, but you haven’t had time to physically visit yet.
This past summer the residence hall went through a renovation of its community space that included private study rooms with white board walls; a large kitchen area able to accommodate the ever popular donut night; a homey living area complete with a two-sided fireplace; and outdoor courtyards to host BBQ’s and dorm parties.
President Joel Pearsall recently announced that Dr. Ed Robinson has accepted the invitation to serve as interim vice president for academic affairs—an opening made available by the departure of Dr. Burton Webb, who is taking on the role of president of University of Pikeville.