NWC in the news

INNOVATE Business Competition

The N'West Iowa Review reported on a competition sponsored by Northwestern's business department for high school students that had teams making presentations to representatives of the Diamond Vogel company. (12/2/2019)


Balanced Squad

The Sioux City Journal introduced its readers to this year's Northwestern women's basketball team as the Red Raiders opened conference play on Nov. 12. (11/12/2019)


Clutch Combo

KMEG TV covered the record-breaking careers of juniors Tyson Kooima and Shane Solberg on the Northwestern College Red Raider football team. (11/11/2019)


Record Enrollment

KLEM Radio interviewed President Greg Christy about the ways Northwestern's standout programs and facilities have contributed to the college's record enrollment this fall. (9/6/2019)


Undefeated Leader

The Journal-Standard of Freeport, Illinois, profiled Makenzie Fink, an Eastland graduate and standout on the Northwestern College Red Raider volleyball team. (11/7/2019)


Something to Prove

With most of its starters returning, the Red Raiders football team is focused on living up to expectations. The Sioux City Journal talked to head coach Matt McCarty and some of the his key players. (8/27/2019)


Great Expectations

The Sioux City Journal introduced its readers to this year's Red Raiders volleyball team, ranked 7th in the nation and at the top of the GPAC as the season begins. (8/22/2019)


Good Works

Tanner Machacek, a linebacker on the Red Raiders football team from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is among the college football players nominated for the Allstate and American Football Coaches Association Good Works Team. The N'West Iowa Review talked to Machacek about his volunteer work. (8/21/2019)


Unique Preparation

The March 2019 edition of Wrestling Insider News (WIN) Magazine featured Northwestern wrestling coach Rik Dahl and his approach to coaching—one that focuses on the development of the whole person and inspires student-athletes to live a "God-driven and inspired life." (3/15/2019)


Faces of the Fallen

The Sioux City Journal covered the senior art exhibit of Jaycee Vander Berg, an art/graphic design and criminal justice major who drew charcoal portraits of 12 law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. (3/2/2019)


Drama Tour

When Sioux Center Sudan, written by Northwestern theatre professor Jeff Barker, got a 10-performance revival during the Drama Ministry Ensemble's spring tour, the Sioux City Journal was there to tell its readers more about the woman who inspired both the play and a book. (3/2/2019)


2020 Presidential Campaign

Northwestern students Emmalyne Farwell and Lizzy Johnston got to experience the advantages of Iowa's first-in-the-nation caucus when presidential candidate Julian Castro visited Orange City. The N'West Iowa Review shared their impressions with readers. (3/2/2019)


A Space for Science

A story by the Sioux City Journal details the impact Northwestern's new DeWitt Family Science Center will have on the college's health and natural science programs. (2/26/2019)


NWC's Senior Post Player

KDLT TV's profile of Darbi Gustafson introduced viewers to the Northwestern student-athlete who is leading the Red Raiders to the NAIA women's basketball tournament. (2/25/2019)


Prep All-Stater to College Standout

The Sioux City Journal introduced its readers to Haley Birks and her role in making the Red Raiders' women's basketball team a leading contender for a national title. (2/7/2019)


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