Steckline Gallery will present “Speculative Futures” by artist Anthony Mead during a First Friday exhibition from 5-7 pm December 1 at Newman University.
On this episode of Newman University’s official podcast, The Newman Bond, junior Emily Pachta reflected on her study abroad journey this past spring semester to Newman’s sister school in Birmingham, England.
The Steckline Gallery at Newman University is proud to present Bryan Raymundo as the featured artist for October.
The first theater production of the semester, “All My Sons,” debuts on the Newman stage beginning Thursday, October 5.
Eventz Malaska, a junior transfer student at Newman University, has overcome many challenges in his life.
Starting a small business is no easy task, but student Rebekah Strickbine, a sophomore double majoring in art and communication, has done just that. Her online shop, powered through Redbubble,… Continue reading Student Rebekah Strickbine opens online art store
Christine Ostroski ‘86 was recognized at Newman University’s recent Alumni Award reception as the 2023 St. Maria De Mattias award recipient.
JJ McGuigan, acclaimed alt-rock guitarist and songwriter, recently released his powerful new single, “Save My Life,” which draws from his own struggles with depression and other mental health issues.
Austin Schwartz was awarded with the prestigious Harvey J Ablah Award during commencement May 12.
On Friday, May 5, senior Kirstin Richmeier of Holcomb, Kansas, will present her capstone work, “I see you and I am you.”
Newman University officials have announced a new undergraduate degree in digital design.
Emily Maddux, a senior majoring in history and minoring in theater, will embark on the Historic Deerfield fellowship this summer.
In this video update, sophomore Beth Griffiths gives an inside look at the exciting campus events that have already taken place and are yet to come this semester.
Sarah Balderas, owner of immigration law firm Baleras Legal Group, LLC, is team teaching a night class with her former Newman professor Sonja Bontrager.
On a recent episode of “The Newman Bond” podcast, adjunct theater instructor Christy Cunningham Railsback shared her thoughts and experiences on the art of costuming.
Every spring, the Cultural Extravaganza — the biggest student-led event at Newman University — comes to life for Wichita to enjoy.
Watching a play inside of a play isn’t something an audience gets to see everyday, but when you watch “The Real Inspector Hound,” brought to you by Newman University’s theater department, you get to do just that.
During Heritage Month, an essay, TikTok (short video) and visual arts contest was held for students Feb. 2 through Feb. 17.
In celebration of Black History Month, the School of Education and Social Work department decorated its hallway, located on the first floor of McNeill Hall.
In partnership with the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) student subcommittee at Newman, we celebrate Black History Month with first-year student Meya Warren, as part of our student heritage series.
Guests of all ages can see the student-led production of “The Office” live on stage March 2-5 in the De Mattias Performance Hall.
Author, political scientist and professor Virginia Eubanks spoke on campus February 1 as part of Newman University’s three-year project “Emphasis in Technology and Human Values (ETHV),” funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant.
From the colorful costumes and technical set design to a talented cast, crew and orchestra, the Newman University music and theater departments blew it out of the water with the fishy fable, “Disney’s The Little Mermaid,” live on stage.
As a Newman alumna, award-winning author Clare Vanderpool loves to return to Newman’s campus and speak to students.
We recently caught up with Newman alumna Xime Name ’19 on her post-college adventures as an au pair, her experiences learning her third and fourth languages and finally, pursuing her master’s degree.
Steckline Gallery will present “Second Sight” by Karen Cox during a First Friday exhibition from 5-8 pm February 3.
The Newman University music and theater departments will bring the colorful fan-favorite, “Disney’s The Little Mermaid,” to life on stage February 2-5 in the De Mattias Performance Hall.
On February 1, Virginia Eubanks, author and professor of political science will present “Automating Care: Technology, Caregiving, and the Labors of Love” at Newman University.
The 24-hour Theater Project challenges teams to write, direct, rehearse and perform a play from start to finish within 24 hours.
Dakota Heard’s journey since graduating from Newman University in 2020 has not at all been what he’s expected.
Alumna Rusty Carbaugh ’15 is soaring to new heights — literally — as a second-in-command pilot.
Eighteen Newman University students submitted artwork, and three walked away with a cash prize.
Alumna Sara Efinger followed her passion for teaching until she found the perfect fit.
On December 4, the Newman University chorale and troubadours performed “Christmas Joy” for a sold-out crowd in the De Mattias Performance Hall.
In the spirit of the holiday season, the DeMattias Performance Hall will be filled with joyous songs during the music department’s concert, “Christmas Joy” at 3 pm on December 4.
Newman University is partnering with United Way of the Plains to transform society for the better, one donation at a time.
Watch the video as Kaelyn Johnson shares her Native American heritage and family traditions, favorite foods, the vibrancy of the culture, and what it means to be a student at Newman.
Students at Newman University get the benefit of many hands-on learning opportunities, and recently, they conducted original research on ancient Egypt at the Museum of World Treasures in Wichita.
Steckline Gallery will welcome artist Emily Ritter to campus for her exhibition, “Biota of Wichita: A Study,” during a First Friday exhibition from 4:30-8 pm, November 4.
This summer, Newman University students have the opportunity to travel to Europe via a class called, “Europe by Rails.”