This year’s vendors include Boise Fry Co., The BBQ guy, Mad Mac and Basillo’s. From purple fries to Mexican food, there will be something for everyone! Afterwards, show your Nighthawk spirit as NNU men's basketball takes on Multnomah University.
Do you love President Pearsall? How about pancakes and coffee? If you answered yes to any of these, or you just like talking to people in the morning, then you are welcome to this new and exciting homecoming event!
Two unique frog species have been harbored at our Christian college since July 26, giving students invaluable experience researching and caring for these rare amphibians. Dr. John Cossel received the frogs from Kadoorie Farm & Botanic Garden in Hong Kong after they were confiscated from a cargo shipment.
Over the past several years, NNU’s Board of Trustees has discussed and considered the possibility of changing the university’s institutional nickname and mascot. President Joel Pearsall announced Northwest Nazarene University’s new mascot in chapel this morning.
During Homecoming & Family Weekend 2017, NNU will be hosting a Resident Director (RD) & Resident Assistant (RA) Reunion to honor their important role at NNU. From late night snacks and rides to the airport, to life-giving conversations and prayers, RDs and RAs were there to support students.
If you enjoy romance, humor and stuck-in-your-head beautiful music, then this is a production you do not want to miss. Performances will take place in NNU’s Little Theatre Thursday–Saturday, November 9–11.
KidZone Learning Center of College Church of the Nazarene is providing child care for the Homecoming & Family Weekend—by pre-reservation only—for alumni and friends attending events. Care is available on Friday, Nov. 10 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 11 from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Come reconnect with classmates and friends at your reunion gathering and dinner during Homecoming and Family Weekend. This year’s reunions are for the classes of 1972, 1977, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002, 2007 and 2012.
The Center for the Study of Market Alternatives will host speaker Will Lathrop of the International Justice Mission on Monday, October 23. Lathrop is a field officer in Uganda where he defends widows and orphans. This event is free and open to the public.
Visitors to The Compassion Experience will have the opportunity to step into the true stories of children growing up in the developing world, and walk with them through their journey from poverty to a life transformed through Compassion International and the local church. The exhibit will be open October 5–8 in the Wiley Learning Center parking lot.