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Archived press releases from March 2009

MAR30
Students win Peale Scholarships from NWC
Students win Peale Scholarships from NWCSeven incoming freshmen have been selected to receive Norman Vincent Peale Scholarships, which will provide a total of $56,000 over four years and are awarded on the basis of exceptional academic abilities, Christian commitment and leadership skills.
MAR25Leadership conference to feature Mike YankoskiMike Yankoski, author of "Under the Overpass," will be the keynote speaker for Northwestern's College Leadership Conference on April 17 and 18.
MAR23
Alumnus recruiting for opportunities in China
Alumnus recruiting for opportunities in ChinaJames Li, a 1994 Northwestern College alumnus, will visit Orange City March 30 through April 1 to recruit students, educators and other professionals to spend one or two years living and teaching English in China.
MAR20
Northwestern to host Ethnic Fair April 4
Northwestern to host Ethnic Fair April 4Members of Northwestern College’s International Club will give area residents the opportunity to experience different cultures during the annual Ethnic Fair on April 4.
MAR20
Musicians to celebrate the music of Haydn
Musicians to celebrate the music of HaydnNorthwestern's Symphonette, Women’s Choir, chamber strings and members of the music faculty will present a concert commemorating the 200-year anniversary of Haydn’s death on April 4.
MAR19
Student to perform vocal recital
Student to perform vocal recitalJunior Amber Mehlhaf of Menno, S.D., will present a vocal recital on Tuesday, March 31, at 7:30 p.m. in Christ Chapel.
MAR19
Choir to present concert tour finale
Choir to present concert tour finaleThe A cappella Choir will present its home concert tour in Christ Chapel on Friday, April 3, at 7:30 p.m.
MAR13
Author to read poetry March 23
Author to read poetry March 23Author Iver Arnegard will read his poetry in the lobby of Northwestern College’s DeWitt Theatre Arts Center from 7 to 8 p.m. on Monday, March 23.
MAR13
Students visit state legislature
Students visit state legislatureNorthwestern social work students visited the Iowa state legislature recently as part of a political advocacy effort.
MAR12
Poet to present reading at NWC
Poet to present reading at NWCAuthor Weston Cutter will present a poetry reading in the lobby of Northwestern College’s DeWitt Theatre Arts Center from 7 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 19.
MAR11
NWC hosts annual Pastors Conference
NWC hosts annual Pastors ConferenceDr. Leanne Van Dyk, professor of Reformed theology, dean and vice president of academic affairs at Western Theological Seminary, will speak at Northwestern’s annual Pastors Conference on April 14.
MAR11
Choir to tour
Choir to tourNorthwestern's A cappella Choir will tour in South Dakota March 26–29.
MAR11
Student-authored play to be performed
Student-authored play to be performedA play by Northwestern senior Brady Greer Huffman has been selected for performance during Northwestern’s 14th annual World Premiere Festival March 27-28.
MAR5
Dahn work premiered in Iowa City
Dahn work premiered in Iowa CityThe latest composition by Dr. Luke Dahn, assistant professor of music, was premiered on Feb. 28.
MAR4
Band to present concert tour finale
Band to present concert tour finaleThe Northwestern College Symphonic Band's home concert will be presented on Friday, March 20, at 7:30 p.m.
MAR4
Green living author to speak at Day of Learning in Community
Green living author to speak at Day of Learning in CommunityDr. J. Matthew Sleeth, author of “Serve God, Save the Planet,” is the keynote speaker for Northwestern College’s second annual Day of Learning in Community April 1.

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