Two student-directed plays reminded audience members to appreciate the small things in life during the annual Theatre Northwest Lab Series at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 8-9 in the Black Box Theatre. Read more
Musicians lined the stage engaging in a delicate surgery, crafting a wall of sound, filled with soft lows and intense highs, moving toward and impacting the audience with a myriad of feelings. Read more
Northwest students were able to give back in a night filled with games and no sleep as they attempted to stay Up 'Til Dawn in an effort to raise awareness and money for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Feb. 9. Read more
As cut-out hearts, roses and diaper-clad Cupids decorate walls and social media feeds, the ever-present question pops up: what does it mean to love another person? Read more
After nights of mindlessly doing busy work because a professor is too lazy to teach me, and days of sitting in classes filled with morbid silence because the professor refuses to teach the concept, I can confidently say I despise the flipped classroom model. Read more
In a dull yellow, one-story house with a basement, complete with a silver minivan and faded blue and white swing set in the front yard, many feral and abandoned cats find comfort in the seemingly typical home. Read more
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-- Hundreds of people gathered to celebrate Chinese culture with food, crafts and performances Jan. 27 in The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Read more
A room full of empowerment sharply contrasted the cold weather Jan. 21. Playing host to several students, faculty, community members and even Sen. Roy Blunt, the Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Brunch united the community behind the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Read more
Students auditioned for the Spring One Acts Jan. 17 in the Ron Houston Center for the Performing Arts. Read more
Several excited actors and actresses gave it their all in the Mary Linn Auditorium Jan. 15 at auditions for the upcoming production of William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” directed by Katheryn Bilbo. Read more
Senior Drake Summers, a human services and psychology double major, can often be spotted in the Office of Student Involvement. His trademark long-sleeved shirts and Northwest ambassador pullover and blond whiskers along his cheeks and chin make him easy to spot. Read more
Despite snow and slush piling up outside, the annual Indian Student Association dinner continued with its multiple festivities. Read more
‘Twas the last week of November and all through the campus Bearcats were cheering as a campus tradition came to fruition. Read more
It is barely 30 degrees outside, so it’s better to stay home where it is around 68 degrees. Stay indoors as much as possible. There is no risk of being cold and miserable by staying on a couch under a fleece blanket during your free time. Read more
College students have to read thousands upon thousands of pages every semester just to stay caught up in various classes A new pilot program has the potential to make this process easier. Read more
With the holiday season out in full force, it is time to begin shopping for gifts for our loved ones as we head into the month of December. While it may seem easy to order everything online from Amazon or Wal-Mart, going out to local shops has an even greater benefit not only in the gift bei… Read more
With the start of the holiday season, a lot of Bearcats and other people are going to be traveling home. But, it seems like a lot of drivers have forgotten the rules of driving or thrown the book out the window and need a reminder of how driving on a highway works. Read more
The idea of a continent being a country is not something completely unheard of, but the assumption that Africa, one of the largest continents in the world is actually a country is one that has been prevalent for many years. Read more
The saying goes, “you are what you eat,” and for senior Arpana Pokhrel, her cooking helps her stay connected to her Nepalese roots and explore the world around her. Read more
First-generation students are experiencing college for the first time without any family to rely on for advice and support, but there is one office designed to give them the support they need. Read more
For most Bearcats, Thanksgiving break is a time to travel back to their hometowns, enjoy a home-cooked meal, watch a parade and football. Read more
The Northwest Dance Company took its record-breaking crowd on an emotional journey through a wide-range of dance performances at its annual fall show Nov. 2. Read more
With the recent change in daylight hours, there have been more drivers who think they need their high beams, or in layman’s terms, brights, of their car on 24/7. Read more
While some people take for granted the education they’re provided through teachers and textbooks, there are many students who don’t have easy access to resources like a simple book. Read more
Being a first time college student can been stressful, but senior Janay Orange took it head on and quickly became a leader for students as Student Regent. Read more
The history department partnered with multiple campus groups to bring the “What We Were Wearing” exhibit to Northwest. It will be up in the Administration Building until Nov. 9. Read more
As cut-out hearts, roses and diaper-clad Cupids decorate walls and social media feeds, the ever-present question pops up: what does it mean to love another person?
After nights of mindlessly doing busy work because a professor is too lazy to teach me, and days of sitting in classes filled with morbid silence because the professor refuses to teach the concept, I can confidently say I despise the flipped classroom model.
In a dull yellow, one-story house with a basement, complete with a silver minivan and faded blue and white swing set in the front yard, many feral and abandoned cats find comfort in the seemingly typical home.
With Panic! at the Disco’s “Pray for the Wicked” tour visiting both Omaha, Nebraska, and Kansas City, Missouri, many had “High Hopes” leading up to the Feb. 1 and Feb. 2. concert dates.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-- Hundreds of people gathered to celebrate Chinese culture with food, crafts and performances Jan. 27 in The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
While many people would define their life by what they have accomplished, military veteran and Northwest financial assistance counselor Chris Scroggins said he wouldn’t be where he’s at without his various teammates.