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Archived press releases from November 2009

NOV25
Chamber ensembles to perform
Chamber ensembles to performNorthwestern’s brass and saxophone ensembles will present a concert on Friday, Dec. 11, at 7:30 p.m. in Christ Chapel.
NOV25
Student directors to present one-acts
Student directors to present one-actsDirecting students will present six short plays Wednesday, Dec. 9, beginning at 6 p.m., in the Allen Theatre of the DeWitt Theatre Arts Center.
NOV23
Religion professor presents papers
Religion professor presents papersDr. Michael Andres, associate professor of religion, recently presented papers exploring holistic Christian witness.
NOV20Programming team to compete in world finalsFor the second year in a row, a team of three NWC students has been chosen to compete in the world finals of a computer programming contest.
NOV18
Vespers to celebrate holiday season
Vespers to celebrate holiday seasonNorthwestern’s music department will present its annual Christmas Vespers services on Saturday, Dec. 5, and Sunday, Dec. 6.
NOV18Professor wins second prize in justice song contestDr. Heather Josselyn-Cranson, associate professor of music and director of music ministries, has won second prize in the Justice Congregational Song Contest.
NOV18
NWC/Dordt student art exhibit opens Dec. 4
NWC/Dordt student art exhibit opens Dec. 4Students from Northwestern and Dordt colleges will exhibit their artwork in Te Paske Gallery Dec. 4–16.
NOV18
Professor wins second price in justice song contest
Professor wins second price in justice song contestDr. Heather Josselyn-Cranson, associate professor of music and director of music ministries, has won second prize in the Justice Congregational Song Contest sponsored by the Christian Reformed Church’s Office of Social Justice, Reformed Worship magazine, and the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship.
NOV17
Speaker says Dutch benefit from their health care system
Speaker says Dutch benefit from their health care systemNWC alumnus James Kennedy, a professor of Dutch history at the University of Amsterdam, told reporters Monday there are some advantages to that country's mandatory, privatized health care system.
NOV12
Sioux City Journal writes about humor course
Sioux City Journal writes about humor courseAn Honors Program course on humor captures the attention of Sioux City Journal columnist Tim Gallagher.
NOV12
Bradley to perform student recital
Bradley to perform student recitalNorthwestern senior Amber (Mehlhaf) Bradley of Menno, S.D., will present a vocal recital on Sunday, Nov. 22, at 3 p.m. in Christ Chapel.
NOV5
Youth ministry leader to speak at NWC
Youth ministry leader to speak at NWCYouth ministry leader Chris Folmsbee will be a guest speaker in chapel services Nov. 16-17.
NOV5
Global Vision Week to be celebrated
Global Vision Week to be celebratedNorthwestern will celebrate Global Vision Week Nov. 16–21 with a variety of activities.
NOV5
Vocalist to present guest recital
Vocalist to present guest recitalNorthwestern will host a recital featuring guest vocalist Michelle Crouch on Saturday, Nov. 21, at 7:30 p.m. in Christ Chapel.
NOV5
Poet to be featured in reading series
Poet to be featured in reading seriesPoet Todd Boss will read his work as part of the Deep Song Reading Series on Monday, Nov. 16.
NOV2
Team places third in regional programming competition
Team places third in regional programming competitionA team of three Northwestern students placed third among 203 squads in the North Central region of the Association for Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contest on Oct. 31.

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