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Archived press releases from October 2009

OCT30
NWC to host nursing mini-camps
NWC to host nursing mini-campsNorthwestern’s nursing and admissions departments will host two upcoming nursing mini-camps for high school juniors and seniors interested in careers in nursing. The one-day camps will be held on Monday, Dec. 7, and Friday, Jan. 22.
OCT29Dutch expert to speak on European health careDr. James Kennedy, an Orange City native who is professor of Dutch history since the middle ages at the University of Amsterdam, will present a lecture about European health care on Nov. 16.
OCT29
Folk musician Ann Zimmerman to perform
Folk musician Ann Zimmerman to performAnn Zimmerman, folk musician from Salina, Kan., will perform at The Hub at Northwestern College Saturday, Nov. 14, at 9 p.m.
OCT28
Sheppard to present student recital
Sheppard to present student recitalSenior Abby (Leusink) Sheppard of Hawarden will present a vocal recital on Nov. 8.
OCT28
Jazz Band and Percussion Ensemble to perform
Jazz Band and Percussion Ensemble to performNorthwestern’s Jazz Band and Percussion Ensemble will perform a variety of styles during a concert on Nov. 14.
OCT28
Saxophone virtuoso and band to premiere concerto
Saxophone virtuoso and band to premiere concertoNorthwestern's Symphonic Band and a guest saxophone soloist will present the world premiere of a concerto during their concert on Nov. 13.
OCT28
Monsma speaks at dialogue conference
Monsma speaks at dialogue conferenceDr. Scott Monsma, associate professor of sociology, presented a paper at the Iowa Dialogue Conference.
OCT22
Hardersens named Parents of the Year
Hardersens named Parents of the YearLarry and Donna Hardersen of Hinton, Iowa, have been named Northwestern's 2009 Parents of the Year and will be honored at Fall Family Weekend on Oct. 31.
OCT22
NWC to host regional programming contest
NWC to host regional programming contestNorthwestern will play host to 19 three-student teams representing six colleges in a regional computer programming competition on Oct. 31.
OCT22
World Vision leader to speak at NWC
World Vision leader to speak at NWCRuston Seaman, director of the World Vision Rural Poverty Initiative, will speak in chapel services on Nov. 2 and 3.
OCT22
Appalachian family drama on stage
Appalachian family drama on stage"Ballad Hunter," a play about three generations of Appalachian women, will be on stage Nov. 12–14 and 19–21 in the England Theatre.
OCT15
Fall Weekend Concert offers variety
Fall Weekend Concert offers varietyFive Northwestern ensembles will perform in the Family Weekend Concert on Saturday, Oct. 31.
OCT15
Author to be featured at reading series
Author to be featured at reading seriesFiction writer David McGlynn will participate in the Deep Song Reading Series on Oct. 26.
OCT15
Comic book art to be exhibited
Comic book art to be exhibitedOriginal drawings from a graphic novel by comic book artist Bob Hall will be on display Oct. 28 through Nov. 24 in Northwestern College’s Te Paske Gallery.
OCT15
NWC to host Fall Family Weekend Oct. 30-31
NWC to host Fall Family Weekend Oct. 30-31A variety of events are planned for Northwestern's Fall Family Weekend Oct. 30-31.
OCT8
NWC to host guest piano and violin recital
NWC to host guest piano and violin recitalViolinist Wolfgang David and pianist David Gompper will present a guest recital on Oct. 22.
OCT8
Racial reconciliation advocates to speak
Racial reconciliation advocates to speakDr. Dolphus Weary, a nationally known racial reconciliation advocate, and his wife, Dr. Rosie Weary, will visit NWC and speak in Christ Chapel on Oct. 26-27.
OCT7
Board approves new mission statement and suite-style hall
Board approves new mission statement and suite-style hallNorthwestern's Board of Trustees approved building a suite-style residence hall and endorsed new mission and identity statements at its fall meeting.
OCT6
Sioux City Journal writes about Homecoming king
Sioux City Journal writes about Homecoming kingHomecoming King Andrew Klumpp's interest in inner-city missions captures attention of Sioux City Journal.
OCT2
Student selected for vocal master class
Student selected for vocal master classRenee Ausborn, a Northwestern junior, is one of five area college students chosen to sing in a vocal master class with international opera singer Nicolle Foland on Oct. 10 in Sioux City.
OCT1Lecture to celebrate John Calvin's 500th birthdayJohn Calvin’s 500th birthday will be celebrated with a special lecture on Thursday, Oct. 15, by Dr. Scott Manetsch, a former NWC professor who is a Reformation history expert at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

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