Northwestern theatre professor publishes book on biblical plays

Northwestern College theatre professor Jeff Barker has published his fourth book, “Performing the Plays of the Bible: Seven Ancient Scripts and Our Journey to Return Them to the Stage.”

Northwestern transitions to online classes due to COVID-19

Due to the global outbreak of COVID-19, Northwestern College is transitioning to online course delivery for all traditional undergraduate classes effective Monday, March 23.

99.5 percent of Northwestern’s class of 2019 employed or in grad school

99.5 percent of Northwestern College’s class of 2019 found employment or entered graduate school within six months of graduation.

Northwestern College choir to present touring concert

Northwestern College’s A cappella Choir will perform its touring concert in Christ Chapel on Friday, March 13, at 7:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

Northwestern College to host June faith camp for high school students

High school students are invited to participate in the fourth annual Living Your Faith, a one-week campus experience hosted by Northwestern College June 21–26.

Northwestern named a Top-10 Military-Friendly School

Northwestern College has been ranked as a 2020–21 Top-10 Military-Friendly School. Northwestern is ranked fourth nationally in the category of colleges and universities that don’t offer doctoral degrees.

Northwestern choir to tour Great Lakes states

Northwestern College’s A cappella Choir will perform in Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois and eastern Iowa during its spring tour, Feb. 29–March 10.

Northwestern to send 160 on spring break service trips

During spring break, Northwestern College will send 13 teams of students led by faculty and staff advisers on service trips across the United States and to three international destinations.

Northwestern to host day of giving and winter carnival

Northwestern College will hold its third annual AllNDay on Thursday, Feb. 20, and a new event, the Raider Winter Carnival, on Saturday, Feb. 22.

Northwestern receives $120,000 Carver Trust grant to aid new master’s programs

Northwestern College has received $120,000 from the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust for laboratory equipment that will be used by students in the college’s new physician assistant studies and athletic training master’s degree programs.