Five years ago, Newman sophomore Sydney Le began her volunteer journey at A Better Choice, a Catholic crisis pregnancy resource center in Wichita.
To put it lightly, Linnea Baggett has been busy these past few years.
Metanoia consists of 10 members that want to create a lifestyle based on Catholic values that honor God, serve the community, and promote human dignity and academic growth.
Lovella Kelley ’91 was recently presented with Newman University’s Beata Netemeyer Service Award.
Players of the lady Jets soccer team are spending their off season bettering the Wichita community.
For 10 Newman students, spring break week wasn’t spent at home or on a beach, but instead in service to others.
Read on for Kansas Leadership Center volunteer Carmaine Ternes’ reflection on Newman community members’ earthly efforts.
Newman University is excited to host its second annual Earth Week as part of its seven-year Laudato Si’ commitment.
A culture of service sets the Newman experience apart — not only for students but also for faculty and staff.
From contests to fundraising, here’s a glance back at the highlights from 2023 Newman Heritage Month.
Staff Assembly is excited to bring back its silent auction 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 4 in the old bookstore space.
Laudato Si’ is a service project on Newman University’s campus that is an answer to Pope Francis’ 7 year call to service.
On February 2, members of the Newman community gathered to celebrate the outstanding service of three individuals at the Martin Luther King Junior Distinguished Awards ceremony.
In late November, two Newman men’s soccer players Johan Guereca-Torres and Jesus Perez were invited to speak to three classes of middle schoolers at Saint Margaret Mary Catholic School in Wichita.
When it comes to preparing graduates to transform society, the senior capstone project is one of the elements that sets Newman University apart.
Inspired by her own personal struggles with dyslexia, first-year student Haleigh Pearson is earning a degree of difference from Newman University.
Here’s a look back on stories of Newman University students, alumni, faculty and staff continuing to shine through adversity in 2022.
The Newman Laudato Si planning committee will help bring new life to plastic bags with its spring service event Cocoa, Cookies and Quilting on Wednesday, February 1.
Scholars Day at Newman University is always an exciting affair, but this year, a campus-wide service element was added to the day’s agenda on December 5.
Multicultural Leadership Organization hosts its International Luncheon 11 am to 1 pm Friday, November 11 in the Tarcisia Roths Alumni Center in Dugan.
Recycling on the Newman University campus is back thanks to Newman’s Circle K International club and the Laudato Si Committee.
Circle K International (CKI) is accepting new and gently used clothing items now through November 18 to support ShowerUp Wichita.
Year-round, Newman students, staff and faculty are encouraged to donate their time and talents to nonprofit organizations in the Wichita community and beyond.
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.
On Saturday, October 1, members of the Newman community made a difference in the lives of a family in need by partnering with Wichita Habitat for Humanity.
First-year student Luisa Salinas received the Ascension Via Christi Volunteers, Partners in Caring Teen Scholarship in recognition of her volunteer work at the Wichita hospital.
You’re invited to join members of Newman University for a Habitat for Humanity volunteer day hosted by the Newman University Alumni Office.
Many Newman students benefit from funds raised at Party on the Plaza, which directly contribute to student financial aid.
Party on the Plaza is the Newman University event of the year — and many Newman alumni share fond memories from it.
Wichita’s Party on the Plaza: Return to the Renaissance kicks off Saturday, September 17 on the Newman University campus.
Two Newman University standouts, Michelle Tong and Gabby Altenor ’21, are making a name for themselves in the world of pageantry.
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.
Melissa Castle, employment specialist for human resources at Newman, was honored as the 2022 Staff Excellence Award winner.
Newman University senior Sophie Johnston was recently elected as the District State Governor for Circle K International (CKI).
Newman University alumnus Kristopher Gupilan can’t remember ever wanting to be anything other than a police officer.
Senior Madisyn Bucl describes herself as a quiet person who keeps to herself, but she also loves to give and serve those in need.
As the horrific war rages in Ukraine, Newman alumnus Captain Donald Bittner, MD ‘77 is serving as an on-call adviser to more than 70 Ukrainian doctors.
Newman University Giving Day is on Tuesday, March 1, with a $15,000 matching gift generously sponsored by the ASC Sisters.
The 2021 Newman year in review features a glance back on memories made, challenges overcome and individuals worth celebrating.
Student Life is starting the monthly “Tell Me Something Good” initiative, which recognizes Newman students who are making a difference.