Prevention is again proving to be the best medicine. As of the time this issue went to print, Nebraska Wesleyan University has seen far fewer cases of the H1N1 flu virus than many have feared.

2009 marks the fifth time that the Institute for International Education has recognized Nebraska Wesleyan University as one of the top 30 producers of Fulbright scholars among bachelor’s degree

This year, Nebraska Wesleyan University announced a new scholarship designed to make it easier for the children and grandchildren of alumni to follow in their footsteps at NWU.

Nebraska Wesleyan University will host its second Empty Bowls fundraiser luncheon on Saturday, February 27 from 12-3 p.m. in the student center dining hall.

G.I. Jobs Magazine listed Nebraska Wesleyan University in its September “Guide to Military Friendly Schools.” The honor ranks Nebraska Wesleyan among the top 15 percent of the more than 7,000

As an overhead alarm shrieked, a cloud of smoke overwhelmed the hallway and nearly obstructed the view of Zeta Psi Fraternity’s second-story exit.

by Ted Bulling

How does an 84-mile run through snow from Omaha’s Old Market to Lincoln’s Haymarket sound? To 1,120 runners including more than 14 NWU alumni, it sounded like fun.

The Board of Governors welcomed seven new members at its October meeting.

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University students received a few odd looks from their fellow classmates this fall when they opened up a large cooler and handed out free cans of Coke.