Associate Professor of Religion Rita Lester has seen her students’ interest in Islam increase dramatically this decade. That’s why she traveled to Amman, Jordan, in January to attend the seminar

Associate Professor of Social Work Lisa Borchardt (‘92) beams whenever she gets a phone call from a service agency asking for a Nebraska Wesleyan student volunteer. “That speaks highly of the

There’s a gap on Nebraska Wesleyan’s campus—a gap that most people don’t recognize or choose to talk about. It’s a span NWU must cross with every student on our campus: the gap between a student

Nebraska Wesleyan University hosts outstanding speakers every semester. (Our story on page 24 gives just one recent example.) And you don’t have to be a student to hear them. NWU forums are free

No one is more grateful for the arrival of spring than Nebraska Wesleyan University’s maintenance staff. If you grew tired of shoveling your walk this winter, imagine that your front yard was

With memories of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver still fresh in our minds, Nebraska Wesleyan University is preparing its own Olympic Village.

It’s physically impossible to be both teetering and steadfast. Unless you’re a member of Alpha Gamma Delta.

For the third consecutive year, the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VI recognized NWU’s Archways magazine at its annual institutional awards dinner.

The Nebraska United Methodist Conference is geared for a special homecoming. For the first time since 2001, the group’s annual conference is returning to the Nebraska Wesleyan campus.