How does your living room, office, music collection and Facebook profile reflect who you are?
For the past five years, dozens of new Nebraska Wesleyan students have begun their collegiate careers by climbing in a university van and driving 700 miles to northeastern Minnesota.
Former Nebraska Wesleyan University psychology professor Ken Keith returned to campus on November 8 to deliver the annual Clifford Fawl Lecture Series.
Studies indicate coffee is good for cognitive abilities. So is green tea, dark chocolate, and red wine.
Think you can drive and text and talk at the same time?
Psychology professor Jerry Bockoven admits his “History and Systems” class may sound a little boring to students.
Two Nebraska Wesleyan University students have been recognized by the university’s Psychology Department.
Final exams aren’t meant to be easy.
Psychology students enrolled in Dr. Bill McNeil’s courses are benefitting from their professor’s recent research in Israel.
The halls of Nebraska Wesleyan’s Smith-Curtis Administration Building are once again rat infested. But rather than exterminate, the university will celebrate.