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.
The SGA executive board for 2020-2021 is hard at work, with each member bringing a different perspective to the table, making up a strong team to represent the student body.
In a time of isolation, faculty members are looking to letters to deliver that personal touch of community to prospective students.
Scott Mudloff is honored to be named Staff of the Year, expressing a great passion for his position as well as explaining how he will continue to serve the university.
The time for graduation has come yet again, and though the 2020 commencement ceremony was somewhat unorthodox, seniors were happy to have their accomplishments acknowledged. Several seniors — or rather, alumni… Continue reading Recent Newman graduates reflect on virtual commencement, higher education and future
A sabbatical is an excellent opportunity for a professor to focus on a specific project, learn more about their field of study or even to further refine their curriculum. During… Continue reading Kelly McFall, Ph.D., returns from productive spring sabbatical
Staff, students and faculty of Newman University take great pride in their creative spirit, and an ongoing project from Campus Ministry is living proof of that. Located on the website… Continue reading Campus Ministry keeps Newman’s creative spirit alive through short story project
Though students are away from campus, the Student Affairs team is doing everything they can to keep everyone informed. While a physical meeting is not currently possible, Dean of Students… Continue reading Online town hall meeting keeps students informed from a distance
After the reception of the first SHERO Awards, Newman University is proud to once again honor a special group of influential women from the Newman community. “The SHERO Awards were… Continue reading Newman presents second year of SHERO Awards
Though the campus is quiet, Newman University’s mission to serve the community lives on.
Because of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, universities around the country have moved their spring semester in-person classes to an online format. For many, this transition can be a struggle when… Continue reading Nine online learning tips for college students
In order to continue providing tours during quarantine, Newman Admissions is turning to online tours, allowing prospective students to explore the campus from home.
As a response to the loneliness of social isolation, Newman University Campus Ministry is increasing its online presence in order to uphold the university’s strong community atmosphere in this time… Continue reading Join Campus Ministry on the virtual red couch
Poet, novelist and Newman University professor Bryan D. Dietrich, Ph.D., has recently been named a Bram Stoker finalist alongside his co-author, Marge Simon, for their narrative poetry collection titled “The… Continue reading Newman professor named as Bram Stoker Awards finalists
The Newman University Theatre Department successfully took down the three-headed beast of “Dante’s Inferno” as a staged production. Among other things, costuming was one of the more intense aspects of… Continue reading Costumes from hell: behind the scenes of Dante’s Inferno
Likely its largest production to date, the Newman Theatre Department is taking on the beast of “Dante’s Inferno,” a verse adaptation of Dante Alighieri’s original story by Director of Theatre… Continue reading Newman theatre director adapts ‘Dante’s Inferno’ for the stage
Soon-to-be Newman graduate Kaitlyn Stallard has the unique opportunity of teaching in the same fourth-grade classroom where she was once a student. While it feels strange to return to her… Continue reading Newman student teaches where she was once taught
Assistant Professor of Education John Burke received the Distinguished Service Award on Jan. 15 from the Kansas School Superintendent Association. Burke is incredibly passionate about teaching and administration; so much… Continue reading Newman professor John Burke wins a state superintendent award
Each year, Newman University honors students are given an assigned reading in order to provoke discussion and promote critical thinking. This year, the book was “What Made Maddy Run” by… Continue reading Honors students gain perspective on mental health
Written by Matthew Clark, sophomore On Jan. 19, I joined six other students and our theater director on a trip to the snow-covered land of South Dakota for an acting… Continue reading KCACTF: an immersion in theater
This is a big semester for the Newman University Theatre Department, as upcoming projects include “Dante’s Inferno,” the Music Department’s spring show and a festival of one-acts directed by some… Continue reading Ninth annual 24-Hour Theatre project draws near
Senior Dyana Baca, a business management major with music and entrepreneurship minors, has the unique opportunity of being a student and an official Newman employee simultaneously. In the midst of… Continue reading Dyana Baca goes from Newman student to Newman employee
In order to improve communication and involvement with alumni and other fans, the Newman Athletics department has launched the Aviator Club. Zane Ehling, associate athletic director for external operations, explained… Continue reading Newman athletics starts Aviator Club
After years of hard work, 108 students have completed the requirements for graduation at the close of the 2019 fall semester. A complete list of their hometowns and degrees may… Continue reading Newman University recognizes fall 2019 graduates
Newman invites alumni and company to attend “Dueling Pianos” on Saturday, Feb. 1 for good food, drinks, and live entertainment.
Freshman David Moss, a basketball player majoring in psychology, is quite the Renaissance man. In addition to his adeptness in athletics and his affinity toward academics, he is also a… Continue reading Newman student starts baking on the side
To provide opportunities for potential students to visit Newman University, the admissions department hosts events for high school and transfer students throughout the year to explore the campus and inquire… Continue reading Preview Day sparks interest for potential students
As the holiday season grows closer, Newman University encourages everyone to participate in the spirit of philanthropy. While some days are designated for shopping and getting the best deals, such… Continue reading Give the gift of giving to Newman this holiday season
Members of triathlon, cheer and dance attended the last day of Swaney Elementary’s 26 day marathon challenge to cheer them on and run with them.
The Newman University Troubadours have made annual trips to visit Ruma, Illinois, since 2010. While there, they sing to the Sisters of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC)… Continue reading Troubadours are inspired after visiting Sisters in Ruma
The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) has released the results of its preseason media poll, and Newman men’s basketball has been picked to finish 11th and the women’s team eighth.… Continue reading Newman basketball ready for first MIAA season
Newman University is well known for its service and community involvement. A great example of that will take place at the end of this month. The university’s annual Trunk-or-Treat event… Continue reading Trunk-or-treat at Newman open to community
Living on campus opens up great opportunities for students, as they are constantly immersed in events and academics, and they get to experience life on their own. Newman sophomore Gabrielle… Continue reading On-campus living completes the college experience