Census figures show a turnaround in Nebraska’s educated workforce. “Brain drain” has long been a problem for many Midwestern states, including Nebraska.

Nebraska Wesleyan University prides itself as a place where the risk of students “falling through the cracks” is virtually nonexistent.

In most houses, DIY, or “do-it-yourself,” means hanging drywall or installing a dishwasher. At Nebraska Wesleyan University’s two new student theme houses, DIY refers to entirely different kinds

You’ve always known there was something a little magical about Nebraska Wesleyan University. But maybe you couldn’t quite put your finger on its particular power.

Michael Shermer, founding publisher of Skeptic Magazine and author of Why People Believe Weird Things, asked the students to imagine themselves as hominids living over 3 million years ago.

Nebraska Wesleyan University is one of just 32 institutions selected to participate in the Association of American Colleges and Universities’ (AAC&U) “General Education for a Global Century

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Board of Governors added seven new members this fall.