Steckline Gallery will present “Looking In: Photographs from the Kansas Border” by artist Cary Conover starting March 1 at Newman University.
Wednesday, February 7 marked one year of The Newman Bond podcast, the official podcast of Newman University.
Coelacanth (see-la-canth) and archaeopteryx (ark-ee-op-tricks) are words not often used in the everyday vocabulary. In fact, the latter of the two is extinct and the former is nearly extinct. A… Continue reading Newman University publications showcase student and professional work
The Newman University Steckline Gallery will present “Travels in Cuba” by Larry Schwarm and students as the sixth show of its 2014-2015 season. This exhibit of photography is one of… Continue reading Final Friday Feb. 27 at Newman University Steckline Gallery features ‘Travels in Cuba’ photography exhibit
The Newman University Steckline Gallery will present “Butterflies and Angels – An Ode to Earthly Goddesses” by Dale Strattman as the fifth show of its 2014-2015 season. The exhibit of… Continue reading Final Friday Jan. 30 at Newman University Steckline Gallery features ‘Butterflies and Angels’ photography show
The Newman University Steckline Gallery will present “Subjects Removed” by Johnny Sutton as the sixth show of its 2013-2014 season. The exhibit of photography, which begins with a Final Friday… Continue reading Final Friday Feb. 28 at Newman University Steckline Gallery features ‘Subjects Removed’ by Johnny Sutton
A photography project by graphic design students at Newman University will be featured at the Final Friday exhibition from 6 to 9 p.m. Feb. 28 at the Inter-Faith Ministries C.A.F.E.… Continue reading Newman University art students team with Inter-Faith Ministries for Final Friday Feb. 28
The Friday after Thanksgiving – the day many of us stand in line for hours in the cold to buy things the ads in the newspaper tell us to –… Continue reading Danielle Wallace’s Final Black Friday
After viewing the cover of the Fall 2013 Newman University Magazine, you will probably never look at Newman University the same way. That is, unless you’re in a helicopter.