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Archived press releases from January 2011

Sioux City Journal article quotes prof and student about developments in Egypt
Sioux City Journal article quotes prof and student about developments in EgyptNWC professor John Hubers and student Nathan Kuik say well-educated young people are leading the revolt in Egypt.
JAN27Symposium to focus on faith in workplaceDr. David Miller, director of Princeton University's Faith & Work Initiative, will be the keynote speaker at Northwestern’s fourth annual Day of Learning in Community Wednesday, Feb. 16.
JAN25Theatre department earns awards in regional competitionMembers of Northwestern's theatre department earned seven Certificates of Merit at the Region Five Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.
JAN21Professor publishes book of short storiesWeston Cutter, assistant professor of English, has published his first book of fiction, "You’d Be a Stranger, Too."
JAN21Moss presents workshop on Hebrew vocal repertoireDr. Linell Gray Moss, visiting assistant professor of music, will be a presenter at a vocal conference on Jan. 28. 
Sioux City Journal article remembers 1971 team
Sioux City Journal article remembers 1971 teamAn article in the Jan. 21, 2011, Sioux City Journal remembers Northwestern's 1971 men's basketball team.
JAN20NWC to honor former athletes Feb. 5Northwestern's Red Raider Club will induct two alumni into its Athletic Hall of Fame and recognize its 2010 co-coaches of the year and Barnabas Award recipient on Feb. 5.
Missionary Matthew Hulst to speak
Missionary Matthew Hulst to speakOrange City native Matthew Hulst will speak in chapel on Feb. 7 about his work with Youth With a Mission. 
JAN19Printmaker to exhibit artNorthwestern will display woodcut and wood engraving prints by Eric Robinson Feb. 4–22 in Te Paske Gallery.
JAN18Cashore Marionettes to performThe Cashore Marionettes will perform "Life in Motion," a series of scenes taken from everyday life and set to music by composers including Beethoven and Copland, Feb. 8.
Actress to present one-woman show on Annie Oakley
Actress to present one-woman show on Annie OakleyLise "Kat" Evans, an actress, playwright and teacher from Chicago, will perform "So Much a Lady: The Life of Annie Oakley" Jan. 27 at 7:30 p.m. 
JAN13Northwestern wins PR awardsNorthwestern’s public relations office has won three awards in the 2010 Council for Advancement and Support of Education District Six awards competition.
JAN13Students to present dance concertNorthwestern will present RUSH 2011, a student dance concert, at 7:30 and 10 p.m. on Feb. 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the England Proscenium Theatre.
JAN13Gala Auction set for Feb. 5The Northwestern College Alumni Association’s 28th annual Gala Auction will take place on Feb. 5.
JAN7First Oman Semester group to begin studiesThe first group of students to study in Northwestern’s Oman Semester will leave for the Middle Eastern country Jan. 18.


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