NWC in the news

Drum Major for Justice

As Northwestern observes its annual Justice Week in conjunction with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, Tim Gallagher of the Sioux City Journal talked with Rahn Franklin, director of multicultural student development at NWC, about King's legacy. (1/15/2017)


Supporting Families

Northwestern is one of the first colleges in the tri-state region to offer paid parental leave for both new mothers and fathers. The Sioux City Journal talked with Deb Sandbulte, director of human resources, about the new benefit. (1/8/2017)


A Special Student

Northwestern sophomore Ben Grev was featured in a story his hometown paper published about Northwestern's NEXT program, which serves students with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Grev is the roommate of Trey Poppema, a Northwestern student who has Down syndrome. (1/4/2017)


Win Streak

The Sioux City Journal examined the reasons for the Red Raiders' 14-game winning streak that has the Northwestern men's basketball team ranked No. 4 in the NAIA Division II national poll. (12/14/2016)


Ordinary Grace

Ordinary Grace is a New York Times best-seller and novel of the year chosen as the summer read for students in Northwestern's First-Year Seminar. When its Minnesota author, William Kent Krueger, visited NWC in November, the N'West Iowa Review interviewed him about his latest work. (11/9/2016)


Path Less Traveled

34-year-old senior Jeron Jache, a member of the Red Raiders football team, shared his life story with columnist Tim Gallagher of the Sioux City Journal. (11/7/2016)


Conversations About Race

Social work majors at Northwestern College hosted a panel discussion on racial reconciliation and policing as part of a class assignment for a course titled Community Theory and Practice. Reporter Mark Mahoney from the N'West Iowa Review was among those in attendance. (10/31/2016)


Road to Redemption

KMEG TV told its viewers about Jeron Jache, a 34-year-old linebacker on the Red Raiders football team who has found a second chance and a life-changing education at Northwestern. (10/7/2016)


At Your Service

The N'West Iowa Review reported on how Northwestern College students participated in community service projects in five communities as part of their First-Year Seminar course. (9/20/2016)


Northwestern NEXT

The Sioux City Journal introduced readers to Trey Poppema, a Northwestern student participating in the college's NEXT program for young adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. (9/15/2016)


Sept. 11 Counselor

Fifteen years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Northwestern alumna Kim Scorza ’96 talked to the Sioux City Journal's Tim Gallagher about the crisis counseling work she did in New York City with pilots, flight attendants, and family members of victims. (9/11/2016)


Northwestern's Football Legacy

A story by the Sioux City Journal explored the impact of Northwestern's football coaches on their players—many of whom become football coaches themselves in area high schools after they graduate from NWC. (7/30/2016)


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