December 16, 2010
NWU Group Headed to Arizona for Service Project With Refugees
Eighteen Nebraska Wesleyan University students who are interested in refugee and immigration issues will spend part of their winter break in Arizona for a service project.
December 13, 2010
NWU Spring Lecture Series Announced
Nebraska Wesleyan University has announced its spring lectures.
December 9, 2010
Students Begin Campaign Encouraging Designated Driving
Nebraska Wesleyan University students are joining Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), the Nebraska State Patrol, and Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman in the “tie one on for safety campaign.”
December 8, 2010
Gender Communication Class Recognized For Work With Homeless
In August, Nebraska Wesleyan University student Alex Ulmer wrote about his stereotype of a homeless person.
December 3, 2010
Students Invited to Honor Former NWU Student With "Cameron Effect" Movement
Nebraska Wesleyan students are invited to honor the life of former NWU student Cameron Freeman on Tuesday, December 7 in an activity known as the "Cameron Effect."
November 30, 2010
Meeting Spaces Available at Weary Center
The Weary Center offers a number of meeting spaces for your convenience. For off-campus groups, rental fees may apply. Tower Conference Room
November 29, 2010
Xtreme Rat Challenge: Psychology Event Selects a Different Breed of Athletes
The halls of Nebraska Wesleyan’s Smith-Curtis Administration Building are once again rat infested. But rather than exterminate, the university will celebrate.
November 29, 2010
Colleges Against Cancer to Hold Silent Auction Wednesday
The student organization Colleges Against Cancer will hold a silent auction on Wednesday, December 1.
November 22, 2010
NWU Helps Brighten the Holidays for Huntington Elementary School Families
For the past 17 years, a Thanksgiving tradition has warmed the hearts of Nebraska Wesleyan University faculty, staff and students, and warmed the kitchens of needy families.
November 19, 2010
Study Abroad Experience Leads NWU Student Down New Academic Path
Tori Haussler came to Nebraska Wesleyan University with dreams of becoming a doctor. But a few general education classes uncovered some other interests and soon she was headed in a new direction in another country.