March 29, 2010
Wesleyan to Perform Comedy "Hay Fever"
Nebraska Wesleyan University’s theatre students will perform the quick-witted comedy, Hay Fever.
March 25, 2010
NWU Music Ensemble Festival to Feature Three High School Choirs
Nebraska Wesleyan University’s 12th annual Cantare da Camera, a vocal music festival for small ensembles, will be held Saturday, April 10.
March 25, 2010
NWU Student Wins Fulbright Scholarship to Czech Republic
Nebraska Wesleyan University Senior Alex Bednar grew up eating Czech food and celebrating his Czech heritage. Starting next fall, he’ll be immersed in the culture he’s so interested in thanks to a Fulbright Scholarship that will send him to the Czech Republic.
March 25, 2010
Leading Public Intellectual to Explore Ethical Questions at NWU Lecture
The president of PEN American Center, the internationally acclaimed literary and human rights association, will explore some of the central ethical questions of our time during his upcoming lecture at Nebraska Wesleyan University.
March 25, 2010
Nominate a Deserving Professor for the Prouty Teaching Award
Do you have a professor who deserves special recognition? Nominate them for the Dr. Margaret J. Prouty Faculty Teaching Award.
March 24, 2010
Go Direct: NWU Switches to Direct Loan Program
Nebraska Wesleyan University is changing its process of obtaining Federal Stafford loans.
March 24, 2010
The Off-Campus Move
High school students take a huge step toward independence when they move out of the house, onto campus and into new lives as college students.
March 24, 2010
Know the Lotto: NWU’s Housing Lottery System
Nebraska Wesleyan’s housing lottery and selection process begins soon. Here are the things students and parents need to know.
March 16, 2010
Pancake Feed to Raise Funds in Memory of Fallen Fraternity Brothers
In 2006, Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Zeta Psi Fraternity lost two fraternity brothers who both died unexpectedly from heart difficulties.
March 16, 2010
Forensic Science Professor Plays Key Role in Haiti Recovery Efforts
A Nebraska Wesleyan University forensic science professor has returned home after a two-week mission in Haiti where she helped identify Americans who perished in the January 12 earthquake.