NWC in the news

Science Center Named

American School & University online magazine reported that Jack and Mary DeWitt made a $6 million gift to help fund Northwestern College's new facility for the health and natural sciences. (4/17/2018)


Promise Kept

Columnist Tim Gallagher of the Sioux City Journal tells how President Greg Christy remembered his promise to provide Allison Schutt with a milkshake machine when she enrolled at Northwestern College four years ago. (4/11/2018)


No Introductions Needed

In a story about spring football, the Sioux City Journal reported that the Red Raiders will have a lot of experience to draw upon when the fall 2018 season begins. (4/3/2018)


Films and Faith

The Sioux City Journal interviewed Josh Larsen, former film critic for the Chicago-based Sun-Times Media, about the ways movies and Christianity connect prior to Larsen's speaking appearance at Northwestern on April 2. (3/31/2018)


Turning 95

In honor of Syl Scorza's 95th birthday on March 21, the Sioux City Journal reprinted a profile of the former Northwestern College professor that the paper ran when he turned 90. (3/20/2018)


Another Tourney Run

Northwestern's Darbi Gustafson talked with the Sioux City Journal about leading the Red Raiders to the NAIA national women's basketball tournament. (3/4/2018)


GPAC Player of the Year

Tim Gallagher of the Sioux City Journal talked with the Red Raiders' Colton Kooima about the work involved in making it to the NAIA men's basketball tournament. (3/4/2018)


World Down Syndrome Day

KMEG TV told viewers about a T-shirt fundraiser Northwestern student Trey Poppema sold in observance of World Down Syndrome Day. (3/3/2018)


Construction Update

The Sioux City Journal provided an update on construction progress on Northwestern's new health and natural sciences center, which is scheduled to open in August. (2/18/2018)


Student Research

The Sioux City Journal tells how Northwestern students are making their own scientific discoveries through a program that provides research experience for undergraduates. (2/18/2018)


Raider Leader

KDLT TV profiled Nathan Wedel and the outstanding senior year he's having as a member of the Red Raider's men's basketball team. (2/5/2018)


The Collector

Tim Gallagher of the Sioux City Journal tells how health challenges faced by Northwestern grad and staff member Randy Van Peursem led to his hobby of collecting Star Wars action figures. (12/25/2017)


Living the Life She Loves

The hometown newspaper of Northwestern graduate Sarah Kanoy traced how following God's call led her from a small Nebraska town to life as a missionary nurse in East Africa. (11/30/2017)


Wrestling Dynasty

The Sioux City Journal talked with Rik Dahl, Northwestern's head wrestling coach, about what it's like to have three of his sons on the Red Raider team at the same time. (11/2/2017)


Family Game

Northwestern volleyball coach Kyle Van Den Bosch and his father, Tom, talked with the N'West Iowa Review about being coaching rivals and now partners leading a successful Red Raider team. (9/11/2017)


Getting In Step

Steve Connell, the former director of the Pride of the Dutchmen Marching Band at MOC-Floyd Valley High School, is now leading the new Red Raider Athletic Band at Northwestern College. The N'West Iowa Review interviewed Connell and Athletic Director Earl Woudstra about its successful start. (9/10/2017)


Biking to Work

Tim Gallagher, columnist for the Sioux City Journal, talked with three Northwestern employees—professors Scott Monsma and Jeff Barker and staff member Mark Haselhoff—who bike to work every day, rain or shine—or snow. (8/10/2017)


Guitar Hero

Following the release of his new book, Northwestern religion professor Dr. Jason Lief participated in a Q&A session with the Sioux City Journal about the connection between Christianity and heavy metal. (7/15/2017)


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