David Denny, a Newman alum who graduated in 1984 with a degree in both marketing and business administration, shared how Father Tom Welk and the relationships he made at Newman saved his life.
Newman student has 10-year connection with ASC sisters
This marks junior Alpha Magafu’s tenth year of education from the ASC sisters — first in high school in Tanzania, and now at Newman University in Wichita, Kansas.
Senior Desaray Cruz thanks teachers through capstone project
Deseray Cruz, a soon-to-be first-generation college graduate majoring in elementary education, recently gave back to teachers at Freeman Elementary School for her ASC capstone project.
First-generation student Breanna Brown pursues degree in social work
Led by her passion for helping others, junior and first-generation college student Breanna Brown is studying social work at Newman University. Brown is from Leavenworth, Kansas, where she attended Leavenworth… Continue reading First-generation student Breanna Brown pursues degree in social work
Several on-campus resources available to Newman students
As the semester continues, we want to ensure that Newman University students know how to access various resources available to them on campus.
Newman senior Alexis Smith crowned Miss Wichita
Not only is Alexis Smith a senior at Newman University, she’s also Miss Wichita 2023.
Senior capstone project benefits mothers through A Better Choice
Senior Cassidy Garretson, majoring in biology with a concentration in pre-physical therapy and a minor in sports medicine recently helped new mothers by giving them baskets filled with gifts.
First-year Hawaiian student finds second home at Newman
First-year student and bowler majoring in business, Noah Akiona is a long way from home. Akiona hails from Hawaii in a town called Waimānalo on the east side of the… Continue reading First-year Hawaiian student finds second home at Newman
Student’s epilepsy experiences fuel passion for pediatric neurology
First-year Newman student Shelby Bussman spent her senior year at Derby High School bringing awareness to a disorder that she has a personal experience with: epilepsy.
Newman student earns Kansas Independent College Foundation scholarship
A group photo of students at the Mid-Autumn Moonfestival event, co-hosted by Asian Student Association and the Multicultural Leadership Organization at Newman University. (Courtesy photo)
Newman senior works full time with Wichita diocese Office of Hispanic Ministry
Senior Jose Morales, a double major in theology and philosophy, is balancing life as both a full-time student and full-time employee with the Office of Hispanic Ministry of the Catholic Diocese of Wichita.
Mendel Folefac serves as new director of residence life
After a year serving as a graduate assistant for men’s basketball, Mendel Folefac is the new director of residence life at Newman University.
Newman sophomore unites with family on trip to Mexico
This summer Alondra Valle, a sophomore majoring in social work with a minor in business, traveled to Mexico for the first time.
Sacred Heart Hall’s 100th-year celebration begins with Mass
This year on September 11, 2022, Newman University’s beloved building Sacred Heart Hall turns 100 years old.
Student workers help campus thrive during summer
This summer several student workers stayed close to campus happenings and worked alongside staff in their respective departments.
Seminarians experience immersive summer Spanish program
Over the course of the summer, seminarians from the House of Formation came to the Newman campus to experience a weekly, immersive Spanish program.
Fr. Adam Grelinger returns from Spain’s Camino de Santiago
Recently Newman Chaplain Father Adam Grelinger returned from Spain with his parents to walk half the iconic Camino de Santiago.
Matthew Clark writes 100th article for Newman Today
Matthew Clark ’22 wrote his 100th article as a student worker just days before graduation, the culmination of his days at Newman University.
Newman Athletics gears up for 38th Annual Laurie Bell Memorial Jet Open
Newman Athletics will host the 38th Annual Laurie Bell Memorial Jet Open golf tournament Monday, August 1 at the Rolling Hills Country Club.
Newman employee Robert Crossland volunteers as part of K-9 search unit
Newman’s very own General Maintenance Technician Robert Crossland is a part of a K-9 search and rescue team along with his furry friend Bella Luna.
Faith, obstacles, friendship: Hannah Millershaski’s journey at Newman
Hannah Millershaski is excited for her new roles as a third grade teacher and women’s basketball coach at Nickerson Elementary & High School.
Newman University Jets take flight following 2022 graduation
Several Newman University Jets from the class of 2022 have exciting plans lined up, from jobs and travel plans to continuing their education.
Non-academic stoles allow graduates to reflect on time at Newman
The three non-academic Newman stoles for graduates celebrate dedication to athletics, diversity and inclusion as well as student involvement.
ASC scholar Madisyn Bucl gives back to the community
Senior Madisyn Bucl describes herself as a quiet person who keeps to herself, but she also loves to give and serve those in need.
Serving it up in the classroom and on the tennis court
Sophomore Antonia Ramos, a psychology and sociology major and Spanish minor, has been described as an outstanding student by her professors.
Students of The Vantage student newspaper bring home awards from KCM Conference
Students of The Vantage student newspaper won big at this week’s Kansas Collegiate Media Conference, bringing home 35 individual awards.
Newman Jet Fest welcomes accepted high school students
Newman’s “Jet Fest,” aka “Accepted Students Day,” invited students to campus who’ve applied and been accepted to Newman University.
Newman campus celebrates diversity with MCLO Cultural Extravaganza
The Newman Multicultural Leadership Organization (MCLO) celebrated its fifth annual Cultural Extravaganza last Saturday, March 26.
Students travel to St. Louis for Campus Ministry mission trip
Over spring break March 16-20, Newman University students took to the road for a Campus Ministry service trip in Missouri.
Students attend Hispanic American Leadership Conference
Newman students took part in the 40th annual United States Hispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI) conference February 17 and 18.
Contest winners share their essay, TikTok, visual arts entries
During Heritage Month in February, students entered an essay, TikTok and visual arts contest for the chance of winning $100 for their works.