In this episode of The Newman Bond podcast, two staff members “spill the tea” on St. John Henry Newman’s life and legacy.
Steckline Gallery will present “Looking In: Photographs from the Kansas Border” by artist Cary Conover starting March 1 at Newman University.
Newman University celebrates the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. by recognizing the leadership efforts of three campus community members.
On February 1, Chaplain Father Adam Grelinger celebrated Mass for the Newman community in honor of St. Maria De Mattias’ feast day.
For 24 hours on February 28, Newman University Jets will come together and give back to the area of campus that matters most to them.
Wednesday, February 7 marked one year of The Newman Bond podcast, the official podcast of Newman University.
Newman University presents “Treasure Island” Friday, March 1 through Sunday, March 3 in the De Mattias Performance Hall on campus.
Last summer, Newman student Austin Fullerton and Friends student Davis Green set out to grow closer to God by joining the Catholic Church.
More than 20,000 college students, priests, religious brothers and sisters and campus ministers attended the 2024 SEEK conference in Saint Louis January 1-5.
Each year Newman University students, faculty, staff and alumni celebrate the university’s founders and Catholic traditions during Heritage Month.
Steckline Gallery will present “Symbiosis” by artist Lauren Fitzgerald during a First Friday exhibition from 5-7 pm February 2 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.
Dueling Pianos returns to Newman University Friday, Feb. 23 with dinner, drinks and an interactive dueling pianos performance with HiFi Productions.
The Newman STEM Exploration Program is back for another exciting semester and is free to participants who apply and are accepted.
The Newman Magazine site is now live with new, inspiring stories of students and alumni who embody Newman’s core values.
As we look back on 2023, we are filled with gratitude for the ongoing generosity and support of our Newman University community.
Twelve nursing graduates, along with their family and close friends, gathered for the fall nurse pinning ceremony on December 8 in Newman University’s De Mattias Performance Hall.
Many festive holiday happenings have taken place in the past few weeks at Newman, from Christmas tree decorating to a campus-wide service day.
During Newman Scholars Day Monday, Dec. 4, seniors presented their final presentations and research papers to fellow students, faculty and staff members.
Newman senior Joshua Dessenberger shares his experience abroad on the Europe by Rail trip.
Steckline Gallery will present “Speculative Futures” by artist Anthony Mead during a First Friday exhibition from 5-7 pm December 1 at Newman University.
More than 40 students, faculty and staff gathered for the annual prayer breakfast November 15 in the Mabee Dining Center at Newman University.
Students, faculty and staff came together and enjoyed more than 20 food dishes from 16 different countries/origins during the international bruncheon on October 24.
There’s now a tangible collection of archives photos, artifacts and more on display for students, faculty, staff and alumni to celebrate Newman’s 90 years.
Newman University invites the public and campus community to participate in an American Red Cross blood drive 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30, in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center.
Students, staff, faculty, alumni and families are invited to join the Newman University community for its first-ever color run/walk Saturday, Dec. 2.
The Newman grad fair is an event for students who plan to graduate during the 2023-24 academic year as well as any staff or faculty members in need of regalia.
Newman University invites all its alumni to return to campus for a weekend packed with athletics events and competitive fun from Friday, October 20 through Sunday, October 22.
In collaboration with the Runway Learning Center, the Multicultural Leadership Organization (MCLO) is hosting its annual international bruncheon from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24, at the Dugan-Gorges… Continue reading MCLO offers delicious dishes at international luncheon Oct. 24
A campus-wide kickball tournament will take place at 5 p.m. on the Newman softball field.
The most glamorous bash of the year, Party on the Plaza: Roaring 20’s was held on Sept. 30, and $202,747 was raised for student financial aid!
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.
While freshmen were moving into their dorms, current students, ASC sisters and President Jagger were busy sharing their advice and bucket list items.
It’s the faculty and staff’s hope that by the time each student graduates from Newman, they graduate with more than just a degree.
On September 12, Newman University celebrated its 90th year as a place of learning.
Fans can stay connected to their favorite teams with Newman Jets Athletics, the official mobile app of the Newman University Athletic Department, powered by SIDEARM Sports.
Newman University is proud to present the University of Notre Dame’s Hesburgh lecture at 6 pm September 21 in the Bishop Gerber Science Center, room 105.
Newman University’s Tarcisia Roths, ASC, Alumni Center was bustling with activity on August 29 as approximately 40 international students gathered for a social mixer event.
First-year students, Newman faculty and staff gathered to celebrate the start of a new academic journey with the Mass of the Holy Spirit and Matriculation Ceremony.