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T. J. McDowell Jr. (’94) sat in his first high school advanced placement class, nervous over what his teacher might say about his first paper.

NWU art students joined the community-wide effort to make hundreds of bowls for the February anti-hunger event.

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s governing body welcomed three new members this spring. Nebraska Wesleyan’s Board of Governors includes elected alumni and friends of the university as well as

Eboo Patel described a conflict at a Grand Island, Neb., meatpacking plant to his seminary students in Chicago. To end its reliance on illegal immigrants for labor, the plant recruited legal

A Rhodes scholarship for study at the University of Oxford is one of the pinnacle achievements an undergraduate can earn.

One volunteer project brought Amanda Garner (’99) (center) and her Nebraska Global colleagues Ted Larsen (left) and Paul Havel (right) close to campus. The trio provided IT infrastructure support

Nebraska Wesleyan University is searching for a director of alumni relations.

When Emily Kinney’s (’06) character saw her mother’s body lying outside on the family farm, she fell to her knees and sobbed beside her.

—by Mandi Miller (’13)

As Lincoln’s Mopac Trail curves toward 66th and Vine, it brings uncounted cyclists, walkers and runners past an alumni-owned fitness training center named Body Innovations.