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Senior's Playwriting Talents Considered for Kennedy Center Theatre Festival
Playwriting has always been a passion for senior theatre major Megan Ghorashy. Her talents were recognized at the Region V Festival where she was awarded first place for her one-act play, “Final Moments.”
Rwandan Genocide Survivor to Share Story of Faith, Forgiveness - Postponed
Immaculée Ilibagiza's lecture scheduled for Tuesday, February 18 has been postponed due to her canceled flight. The lecture has been rescheduled for Wednesday, February 26 at 6:30 p.m in Olin B Lecture Hall.
Nebraska Wesleyan University is growing its graduate degree programs. Beginning this fall, NWU will offer a Master of Business Administration program and a Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Business Administration joint degree.
NWU Joins National Commitment to Expand College Access to Low-Income Students
Nebraska Wesleyan University President Fred Ohles joined approximately 100 college presidents on Thursday, January 16 in committing to new and expanded efforts in enrolling and graduating more low-income minority students.
Senior Uses Documentary to Share His Journey in Botswana.
When Leron West learned about Botswana and its culture in an anthropology class, it piqued his interest enough that he decided to study abroad there. And like most students who study abroad, he assumed the opportunity to learn a new culture would only benefit his personal growth.
Senior art student Tim Brawner of Omaha was selected for the Nebraska National Collegiate Juried Art Exhibition, which featured the work of the best undergraduate student artists from across the country.
Communication professor Karla Jensen spent the past year attending classes, reading books, participating in workshops, and watching documentaries about yoga. Four hundred hours later, Jensen became certified by the National Yoga Alliance.
NWU Students Losing Internship Experience During Government Shutdown
When a group of Nebraska Wesleyan University students traveled to Washington, D.C. this fall to live and work in the nation’s capitol, little did they know the kind of political and historical lesson they would get.
Event to Honor Former NWU Religion Professor Harvey Potthoff
Former colleagues of Harvey Potthoff will reflect on the life of the long-time Distinguished Visiting Professor of Religion and celebrate the release of the new book, "Harvey Potthoff: A Life in Process."
More than 40 people from 17 countries will take their Oath of Allegiance and become naturalized United States citizens when Nebraska Wesleyan University hosts a naturalization ceremony on Tuesday, September 17.
We hope your sons and daughters have already shared with you some of their favorite experiences from New Student Orientation and their first week of classes. The campus is indeed filled with a new level of energy and excitement.