11 April 2014 Museum of Flight Experience dinner at Evening for the first time! Dress up, grab some friends, and come fly away!
Get ready to enjoy the upcoming radio plays! This year’s Radio Theatre is the first time that NU will have contracted with an outside theatre group, Penn Cove Productions. They will be presenting two stories: Sherlock Holmes and Our Miss Brooks.
A total of 16 pople will be featured in this play, 12 students and four professors. The show will run for two weeks, playing March 28-29 and April 4-5 in Millard Hall. Tickets will be five dollars for NU students with I.D. and eight dollars for general admission and students without I.D. Everyone is welcome. Come and enjoy the show!
Published Works Panel
Do you want to hear about writing? Fiction? Journals? Then don’t miss out on this exciting workshop! You can learn about the publishing process from experienced writers like Dr. Jeremiah Webster, Dr. Martha Diede, Dr. Brad Embry, and local author Douglas Bond. On April 15 from 4-6 pm, come to HSC 104 for an informational meeting. The panel will cover a variety of writing genres including academic, creative, fiction, nonfiction, poetry, books, journals, etc. It will be question and answer format, so don’t forget to bring your queries! Guidelines for aspiring writers will be provided. If you are interested, please contact Rebekah Ueland at firstname.lastname@example.org
During NU Unplugged, new students admitted to NU can participate and get an idea of what university life is like while enjoying planned events. Taking place on April 24 and 25, there will be special activities. Students can enjoy playing games, munch on snacks in the Caf, visit class, worship in chapel, and experience other unique aspects of life at Northwest. Parents can also visit and live a day in the life of a Northwest student on the 25. It’s free to enjoy! If you know an incoming student interested in participating, encourage them to email or call the admission department for registration