Filmmakers show ‘Once Was Lost’ Father Kapaun documentary at Newman

(From left to right) Roy Wenzl, Travis Heying, and Ray Kapaun answer questions from attendees at the showing of the "Once Was Lost" documentary on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.

More than 140 people watched the live showing of “Once Was Lost,” a Father Kapaun documentary created by Travis Heying and Roy Wenzl.

Newman students unveil the 2021 literary journal, Coelacanth

Each year, students of all majors have the opportunity to submit short stories, plays, poetry, art and photography for the chance to be published in the Newman student literary journal, Coelacanth (pronounced see-luh-kanth). This year, due to unique circumstances, the decision was made to host a summer unveiling and reading on June 15 in the Jabara Black Box Theatre.

Newman short story project culminates in bound book, “Into the Inkwell”

In May 2020, Newman students, alumni, faculty and staff started a collaborative short story project on Campus Ministry’s online forum, The Virtual Red Couch. The short story was written by nine individuals, each assigned his or her own chapter, and can now be read in a hardcover book format titled, “Into the Inkwell.”

Newman University announces spring 2021 graduates

On Friday, May 7, a total of 268 graduates were recognized in the Newman University spring 2021 commencement ceremonies at the Hartman Arena in Wichita. Undergraduate and graduate program degrees… Continue reading Newman University announces spring 2021 graduates