Newman University was recently awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for a project titled, “Emphasis in Technology and Human Values (ETHV).”
Saint John’s Chapel will once again be filled with joyous songs during the music department’s fall concert, “A Taste of Europe” at 3 pm Sunday, October 30.
Alumna Maria Somes ‘19 created illustrations for Wichita’s youngest audience to enjoy in the children’s book, “The Story of Father Kapaun: A True War Hero.”
Those who love to celebrate October with all things spooky are in for a treat — the Newman University theater department presents “Dracula” October 20-23.
The Steckline Gallery will present “Mother” by Jill Luton during a First Friday exhibition from 5-8 pm, October 7, at Newman University.
Olivia Robben is carrying on traditions: from attending the same university as family members to now teaching at the same Wichita high school as her late father. Her mom, a… Continue reading Olivia Robben ‘21 carries teaching legacy at same high school as father
Theater Adjunct Professor Christy Cunningham Railsback is creating costumes for an upcoming PBS documentary, “Contested Plains,” alongside producer and Newman Director of Theater Mark Mannette.
Watch as sophomore Alondra Valle shares favorite traditions within her family, highlights from her recent trip to Mexico and what it means for her future at Newman.
Matthew Clark ’22 wrote his 100th article as a student worker just days before graduation, the culmination of his days at Newman University.
South of the Newman University Wilkins Soccer Field, passersby can see dozens of white gourd houses for purple martins, a bird of the swallow family.
When senior Michelle Tong competes in the Miss Vietnam Wichita pageant this June, it will be the culmination of an incredible experience.
2007 Newman University alumna Catherine Mardon’s life is as interesting as it is filled with accomplishments.
Senior Madeline Schnieders, managing editor for The Vantage student newspaper, reflects on her years as a student at Newman University.
The Newman University Music Department presents “It’s Time to Play” 7:30 pm April 21-23 in the DeMattias Performance Hall.
The 2022 Academic Awards recognized several outstanding students of Newman University April 6 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center.
Program Director at the Museum of World Treasures Kristin Martin shares her journey of storytelling to inspire, educate and influence.
The Newman Multicultural Leadership Organization (MCLO) celebrated its fifth annual Cultural Extravaganza last Saturday, March 26.
The 2022 Kansas Association of Historians (KAH) conference was held at Newman University on Friday, March 25 and Saturday, March 26.
For the past several months, Newman’s newly formed jazz band — the Jazzy Jets — has been getting together and making some noise.
Art lovers are invited to view the exhibition “Simplicity Squared” by Bob Benson during First Friday 5-8 pm, April 1, at Newman University.
Explore the highlight reel of the exciting contests, speakers and events from all of February’s Heritage Month festivities.
During Heritage Month in February, students entered an essay, TikTok and visual arts contest for the chance of winning $100 for their works.
For 24 hours, community members and supporters from around the globe rallied together to raise money during Newman Giving Day on March 1.
Themed “Queens & Things: Art & Gender,” the Arts & Literature Festival is scheduled for Thursday, March 3 and Friday, March 4 with a variety of events that appeal to any age.
The 2022 Newman Homecoming basketball games and crowning of king and queen took place Thursday, February 24.
The Newman Theater Department will bring “Mary, Queen of Scots” to life on stage March 3-6 in the De Mattias Performance Hall.
Steckline Gallery will present “So Long, Fare Well” by artist Ann Resnick during a First Friday exhibition from 5 to 8 pm, March 4, at Newman University.
All are welcome to attend this year’s Interfaith Prayer Breakfast at 7:30 am Thursday, February 10 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center.
ArtisMatthew Hilyard will present his exhibition, “Ugly Pretty,” 5 to 8 pm Feb 4 for First Friday in the Steckline Gallery.
The Newman Music and Theater Departments will present “Big Fish – Small Cast Edition” February 4-6 in the De Mattias Performance Hall.
Junior Mai-Nhanh Dao was nominated for the Student Spotlight as part of the 2022 “Tell Me Something Good” initiative.
The 2021 Newman Christmas video features President Kathleen Jagger who tells the story of a young college elf named Henry.
Vanessa Rials will serve as the personal success and life coach to the three female winners of the Miss Wichita scholarship competition.
Artist Micala Gingrich-Gaylord’s exhibit, “The Mourning of New Maps,” will be featured for First Friday from 5 to 8 pm December 3.
The Chorale and Troubadours will raise their voices with joyful noise for a Christmas Concert 3 pm December 5 in the De Mattias Performance Hall.
More than 140 people watched the live showing of “Once Was Lost,” a Father Kapaun documentary created by Travis Heying and Roy Wenzl.
Audrey Hane celebrates 25 years as a professor of communication at Newman University, making an impact on countless students along the way.
The Newman University Chorale recently sang two welcoming performances of “God Bless America” to veterans as they returned to Wichita from the Kansas Honor Flight.
Student Jayson Palacios attended Newman for a brief period in 2011, but life circumstances brought him back in 2021 to finish what he started.
Steckline Gallery present “Natural Anomalies,” a group exhibition by Black Rainbow for First Friday on November 5.