The Dugan Library at Newman University is extending its hours during finals week and will be open nonstop from 2 pm December 4, to 5 pm December 9.
Giving Tuesday may have passed, but it isn’t too late to be a hero for a Newman University student.
“Slow your roll” is a common expression many college athletes may hear, but for women’s bowler Dakota Lennen, nothing will slow her down.
Newman University invites you and your family to spiritually reflect on the second week of the Advent season.
This marks junior Alpha Magafu’s tenth year of education from the ASC sisters — first in high school in Tanzania, and now at Newman University in Wichita, Kansas.
Deseray Cruz, a soon-to-be first-generation college graduate majoring in elementary education, recently gave back to teachers at Freeman Elementary School for her ASC capstone project.
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.
From the Newman University campus and the reflective hearts of generous persons, you are invited to journey with the greater Newman family in preparing for Christmas.
Newman University is collecting donated Christmas cards, socks, wrapping paper and tape through December 2.
On Nov. 17, Newman University donors, alumni, faculty, staff and current students gathered to celebrate the first five years of the state-of-the-art Bishop Gerber Science Center on campus during an open house event.
One of the perks of being a small, private university in the heart of Kansas is that high schoolers can receive a highly personalized tour and look into life at Newman through “Difference Makers” visits.
Led by her passion for helping others, junior and first-generation college student Breanna Brown is studying social work at Newman University. Brown is from Leavenworth, Kansas, where she attended Leavenworth… Continue reading First-generation student Breanna Brown pursues degree in social work
On November 3, Newman University community members came together to celebrate the life of 21-year-old Austin Madubuike.
In this week’s episode of Newman 360Five, sophomore Emily Pachta shares her makeup routine with a helping hand — or two — from Daniel Cubias-Arteaga.
As the semester continues, we want to ensure that Newman University students know how to access various resources available to them on campus.
The Newman University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is excited to open its second annual auction to the public.
Newman University was recently awarded more than $2 million in the form of a Title III grant from the United States Department of Education to implement the university’s student support and success program.
Not only is Alexis Smith a senior at Newman University, she’s also Miss Wichita 2023.
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.
In the latest Newman 360Five video, students experience life with the Jet Broadcast, a time-saving email that reduces inbox pollution for students, faculty and staff at Newman University. The Jet… Continue reading Newman 360Five video: ‘Jet Broadcast! Our Hero’
Senior Cassidy Garretson, majoring in biology with a concentration in pre-physical therapy and a minor in sports medicine recently helped new mothers by giving them baskets filled with gifts.
Multicultural Leadership Organization hosts its International Luncheon 11 am to 1 pm Friday, November 11 in the Tarcisia Roths Alumni Center in Dugan.
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.
First-year student and bowler majoring in business, Noah Akiona is a long way from home. Akiona hails from Hawaii in a town called Waimānalo on the east side of the… Continue reading First-year Hawaiian student finds second home at Newman
Recycling on the Newman University campus is back thanks to Newman’s Circle K International club and the Laudato Si Committee.
This summer, Newman University students have the opportunity to travel to Europe via a class called, “Europe by Rails.”
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).”
Circle K International (CKI) is accepting new and gently used clothing items now through November 18 to support ShowerUp Wichita.
First-year student Elginique Dames is using personal experiences and challenges to fuel her passion for the medical field.
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.
Year-round, Newman students, staff and faculty are encouraged to donate their time and talents to nonprofit organizations in the Wichita community and beyond.
More than 30 employers with part-time and full-time work and internship opportunities will be present at the upcoming Newman University Career Fair on October 24.
Rae Gabrielle Cruz, a senior at Newman University, recently earned the Kansas Teacher of Promise Award from the state’s department of education.
Faculty and students of the Newman University Medical Professionals Club are inviting the community to campus for a Red Cross blood drive Monday, October 31.
The Great American Conference has announced their men’s players of the week for the 7th week of the 2022 season, and the Jets occupy two of the three spots.
During the 2021-22 school year, students in both Newman University’s Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work programs reported 41,538 hours of service, valued at nearly $1.2 million, during their field practicum placements.
In collaboration with Wichita State University’s (WSU) Diversity Lecture Series, Newman University will present “A Conversation with Alfredo Corchado” 6 pm Tuesday, October 25 at WSU.
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.
On September 29, Newman University senior Jacob Kresky participated in a press conference with Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple, who declared September “Recovery Month” for Wichita.