March 18, 2011
Students Take Advantage of Spring Break Service and Learning Opportunities
Some students use their spring break to soak in the sun. Several Nebraska Wesleyan University students, however, are using the week-long break as another learning and service opportunity.
March 16, 2011
Wesleyan to Hold Candlelight Vigil and Prayer Service for Japan
Nebraska Wesleyan will hold a candlelight vigil and brief prayer service tonight on campus for victims of last week's earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
March 16, 2011
NWU Exchange Students Asked to Return Home From Japan: Japanese Students Reflect on Disaster
On Thursday, March 3, Nebraska Wesleyan University junior Alex Munger flew home to Lincoln from Japan for a short semester break.
March 11, 2011
New Class Helps Struggling Students Achieve Academic Success
 Nebraska Wesleyan University students who struggle with time management, organization, and other study skills can now take a class aimed at helping them achieve academic success.
March 10, 2011
Bowls For Backpacks Raises Nearly $8,700
Nebraska Wesleyan University’s third annual Bowls For Backpacks Empty Bowls event raised nearly $8,700.
March 8, 2011
Jazz Choir Prepares For Three-State Tour
Nebraska Wesleyan University’s jazz choir will kick off a three-state spring break tour on Sunday, March 20.
March 4, 2011
Bookstore Manager Kathy Crawford Retires
After 22 years, a familiar face has said goodbye to Nebraska Wesleyan University.
March 4, 2011
Getting to Know: Iain Anderson, Associate Director, Historical Studies
In January, Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Historical Studies Program expanded to Omaha. That expansion also brought Iain Anderson to NWU as the program’s new associate director.
March 3, 2011
One-Act Play "L.B. 4:15" to Raise Money for NWU Relay For Life
Actress Pippa White will perform the one-act play "L.B. 4:15," a story about one woman's battle with breast cancer.
March 2, 2011
Expert to Discuss Intercultural Communication and Health Care at NWU Lecture
A communication studies professor who has spent a significant amount of her scholarship researching intercultural conflict and health care will present a lecture Thursday, March 10 at Nebraska Wesleyan University.