Student Senate expanded outreach efforts in response to a lack of student interest in running for the 30 open positions on Student Senate for the 2019-20 school year. Read more
The Behavioral Sciences Association will host the first I Will Listen 5K at 9 a.m. April 13 to raise awareness for mental health issues and support the I Will Listen campaign. Read more
Students wearing sweatpants and hoodies sat attentively next to attorneys of law in formal three-piece suits during a hearing of the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, in the J.W. Jones Student Union Ballroom March 11. Read more
The sounds of slashes, punches, kicks and shouts from screens sharply juxtapose a dozen players who are mostly quiet, honed in on their games. Every so often, a burst of shouts will erupt in celebration. A handful of spectators sit back and just watch, muttering to each other about strategy,… Read more
Northwest students and faculty discussed gun control, prison reform, voter turnout and capital punishment in an open discussion debate hosted by Northwest’s Criminal Justice Club Feb. 26. Read more
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will host its first Lavender Graduation event to celebrate the success of LGBTQ students. Read more
The Student Activities Council made several changes to Grocery Bingo in order to accommodate nearly 700 participants Feb. 28 in the Student Recreation Center. Read more
Students from an emerging campus organization visited the capitol to explain the importance of three agricultural bills to Missouri’s senators and state representatives Feb. 27. Read more
The Student Senate fees committee decided not to propose any fees concerning raising University minimum wage during its meeting Feb. 18. Read more
Northwest Alternative Spring Break is set to travel to the Carolinas, helping in relief efforts from Hurricane Florence for its yearly service trip this semester. Read more
Student Senate will vote to move funds into its appropriations budget Feb. 26 after it appropriated $4,263 to three organizations during its meeting Feb. 5, around half of its second semester appropriations budget. Read more
Northwest celebrates Black History Month every February by hosting various events that educate others on African American culture. Read more
Members of the Northwest community packed into the J.W. Jones Student Union Ballroom Feb. 18. Extra chairs were dragged in and the room was filled to capacity, everyone gathered together to remember junior Lonnae Young, known as Nae by her friends and family. Read more
The Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs has reaccredited the Melvin and Valorie Booth School of Business at Northwest. Read more
The Behavioral Sciences Association will host the first I Will Listen 5K at 9 a.m. April 13 to raise awareness for mental health issues and support the I Will Listen campaign.
The Northwest Board of Regents approved a proposal to raise undergraduate tuition and change the graduate tuition model for 2019-20 at its regular meeting March 14 in the J.W. Jones Union Boardroom.