John Vogt, associate professor and chair of the Division of Science and Mathematics, recently celebrated his 35th year with Newman.
Whether she’s presenting at a high school, teaching her students or simply speaking with a colleague, Assistant Art Professor and Director of Steckline Gallery Shannon Johnston makes it clear that art itself is a phenomenal mentor.
The Newman Chemistry Club will celebrate National Nanometer Day from 11 am to 1 pm on October 13 outside of the Bishop Gerber Science Center.
Armed with her bow and arrow, senior pre-med student Trish Lam developed a recent love for the art of archery.
In her time at Newman, junior Talia Powers has made impressive strides toward her future medical career and musical opportunities.
Multicultural Leadership Organization hosts its International Luncheon 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 27 in the Dugan Conference Center.
Admissions hired “FlyGal” Abigail Thornton to create videos to help guide first-year and prospective students through their college journeys.
Many Newman students benefit from funds raised at Party on the Plaza, which directly contribute to student financial aid.
Karen Noel — the admin assistant for the Newman School of Social Work — drew the first illustration of a new grasshopper species in Ecuador.
Newman University has prepared an exciting display for September’s First Friday in the Steckline Gallery, “What’s NU: A Faculty Exhibit.”
On March 1st, Dana Beitey officially moved from the position of Content Marketing Coordinator to Director of Alumni Relations. She is looking forward to helping current and future alumni stay connected with their alma mater.
The heavy loss of Sr. Charlotte Rohrbach left a hole in the heart of the university, one that cannot be filled but must be healed by the labor and efforts… Continue reading Sr. Therese Wetta, ASC, takes on the position of Director of Mission Effectiveness
“Live in Living Color” will have three evening
Some of the artists who participated in Newman’s 10th Annual 24-Hour Theatre Project reflect on their products as well as the process as a whole.
To honor Sr. Charlotte, Newman will be holding a celebration of her life on April 18th at 2:00 p.m. in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center.
Joseph Shepard and others from the Division of Student Life are working with an initiative called One Small Step to encourage students and everyone on campus to acknowledge our collective humanity in spite of differences.
In response to the recent acts of prejudice against and the rampant misconceptions of the Asian American community, and the Asian community as a whole, Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple met… Continue reading Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple meets with Newman’s Asian Student Association
While many may know her as a professor of English, Marguerite Regan, Ph.D., is also an observant storyteller and published author of the 2010 collaboratively composed novel, “The Journey Home:… Continue reading The story behind ‘The Journey Home: Autobiography of an American Swami’
“Why this is very midsummer madness,” exclaims Oliva in act three, scene four of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” Though this quote comes from one of the Bard’s other plays, there couldn’t… Continue reading Newman University Theatre presents Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’
ASA and MCLO collaborate to help the student body celebrate the Lunar New Year by planning games, putting up a lucky money tree, and having food and other forms of entertainment.
As the spring semester begins, Student Body President Gabrielle Alténor and Vice President Mac Foley reflect on the progress SGA made last semester, as well as some goals they have for this one.
Since classes have moved online until the spring semester, this semester’s Scholars Day was carried out through virtual means.
Dr. Max Frazier’s Traditions & Transitions class planned a care package project to assist the families staying at a Ronald McDonald house.
As a getaway from the chaos of midterms, the 2020 Annual Lip Sync Battle consisted of four performances and a grand prize of $1000.
Two athletes from the Women’s Cross Country team and two from the Men’s qualified for the Lubbock Christian National Invite.
As the season approaches, both basketball teams are getting ready to give each game their all.
Former theatre student Lucas Farney recently stepped into the role of technical director and is already spearheading the construction of sets.
The MIAA has recently appointed a fourteen member task force to uphold its values of inclusion and diversity, and three of the members selected come from Newman.
First-year student Catherine Madison is looking forward to a semester full of academics and extracurricular after having three summer jobs,
Freshman Austin Fullerton was unable to run track for his last year of high school, inspiring him to band together with other runners to stay active.
The Respiratory Care Program has been acknowledged by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care for meeting their efforts.
Three faculty members conducted their own research on their path to becoming obtaining a Ph.D. in their respective fields.
Head Groundskeeper Darrin McKim is part of a generation of racers, having driven a 69 Camaro on tracks in Great Bend and Manhattan in the past.
The SGA executive board has sprung into action now that fall semester is upon us. With the mission statement of “vision, voice, values,” they are ready to be the leaders that are needed in an ever-changing world.
Tracy McGarey reminisces on her time at Newman, and expresses her thankfulness for the opportunities she found while working for the university.
Alumnus Thor Balavage reflects on his time at Newman and discusses his future career path.
Recent alumna Michaela Mack ‘20 has been hired as assistant women’s basketball coach at Crowder College in Neosha, Missouri. While she prepares for this next step in her athletic career,… Continue reading Alumna set to coach college-level basketball
An exploration of Newman’s previous presidents, from the founding of Sacred Heart Junior College to the Newman we know today.
Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator Maureen Rohleder explains what attendees have to look forward to for this year’s Jet Open.