In the spirit of Heritage Month, alumna Diana Stanley ’17 sat down with Laura Hartley, director of annual giving, to explore some artifacts from Newman Archives on a recent episode of The Newman Bond podcast.
Each year Newman University students, faculty, staff and alumni celebrate the university’s founders and Catholic traditions during Heritage Month.
High tea is a cherished tradition that has become a part of the year that Newman University staff, student, and faculty look forward to each year. It has been a… Continue reading A day of tradition and tea
Rich history and timeless tradition are important traits of Newman University. The two come together throughout Heritage Month, celebrated each year in February. The celebration honors the university’s namesake, John Henry… Continue reading Heritage Month — history and tradition
During Cardinal Newman Week, Newman University will present its annual high tea with two separate events Tuesday, Feb. 20. The first event, a high tea, will take place from 2-4… Continue reading High tea returns for Cardinal Newman week
Students, staff and faculty gathered in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center on Tuesday, Feb. 23, to celebrate a long-standing and well-known tradition at Newman University – “High Tea.” “This is one of my favorite… Continue reading Fancy hats and lifted pinky fingers displayed at High Tea
Renowned Newman scholar Edward Jeremy Miller, Ph.D., S.T.D. will present the Cardinal Newman Guest Lecture at 7 p.m., Tues., Feb. 22 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center on the Newman University… Continue reading Newman scholar Edward Jeremy Miller featured speaker during Cardinal Newman Week / Banquet tickets still available
For decades, Newman University has set aside a week to honor the life, lessons and ideals of John Henry Cardinal Newman, the university’s namesake. This year, the week will have… Continue reading Make plans now for Cardinal Newman Week Feb. 20-26
Students, faculty, staff and alumni have enjoyed the various activities of Cardinal Newman Week which began with Mass this past Sunday with approximately 300 people attending.