Nebraska Wesleyan University will say goodbye in May to a faculty dynamo and university fixture: retiring Professor of Economics Loretta Fairchild (’66).

It’s clear that college students are changing rapidly. Today’s students are different from their predecessors—even from just a handful of years ago. And the differences go beyond the cell phones,

More and more students are choosing an alternate path to earning their bachelor’s degrees. They opt to begin their postsecondary educations in community colleges. After a year or two, they

Several years ago, teachers at Lincoln’s Clinton Elementary School recognized a curious weekly pattern in some students’ conduct. The teachers would grapple with unusual behavior and attention

Nebraska Wesleyan University has set the goal of growing its Archway Fund to $2.5 million over the next several years. In addition to increasing the dollars raised for the annual fund, the

Several Nebraska Wesleyan faculty members earned promotions this academic year.

Whenever Professor of English Gerise Herndon is asked to discuss what happened in Rwanda in 1994, she makes a delicate distinction. “I’m speaking nearby genocide, not about it.”