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PROFILES: MIYA INGRAM, UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT

Each issue of the Messenger, we provide a profile for one NNU faculty member, one staff member, one undergraduate student and one graduate student. Meet Miya Ingram, our undergraduate student profile for Winter 2023. NAME: Miya Ingram  MAJOR/MINOR: Secondary Education...

TRIPLE THREAT

CLARK TRIO TAKES THE COURT TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME By: Josh Burkholder, Director of Athletics Communication For most families, having just one high-level athlete compete in college can be very rare. Multiple collegiate athletes from the same set of siblings are...

PROFILES: JOHN DALLY, FACULTY

Each issue of the Messenger, we provide a profile for one NNU faculty member, one staff member, one undergraduate student and one graduate student. Meet John Dally, our faculty profile for Winter 2023. NAME: John Dally (My full name is John Wesley Malali Phineas Dally...

BELONGING THAT EXTENDS BEYOND NATIONAL BORDERS

THE ANU-NNU PARTNERSHIP  By: Dr. Emily Roche, Visiting Professor of Mathematics, Department of Computer & Information Technology, Africa Nazarene University  Understanding and appreciating diverse cultures and perspectives is essential to truly belonging to a...

A UNIQUE PHENOMENON OF BELONGING

By: Carrie (Hays) Pittman, Class of 2004  When we are young, we are separated into our classrooms in elementary school, and we start to know belonging. Our teacher makes us name tags on our desks. We have circle time, and we get to know our class. We begin to form...

UNEXPECTED BELONGING

By: Jace Ziegler, Class of 2021  From first visit to graduation, Jace knew NNU was home.  Sometime in the spring of my senior year of high school, my story of belonging at NNU began. I was going on a visit with some friends who had a sibling attending NNU and another...

BELONGING: A PATH TO MINISTRY AND PURPOSE

By: Rev. Rich Vasquez, Class of 2002  As I look back on my life, it has been easy to see how God led me to NNU. Over my lifetime, it was not as easy at times to see that path clearly. I grew up in Colorado Springs, CO, and I was a part of Trinity Church of the...

PROFILES: JOSE (PEPE) IRINEO PALACIOS BELMONTE, GRADUATE STUDENT 

Each issue of the Messenger, we provide a profile for one NNU faculty member, one staff member, one undergraduate student and one graduate student. Meet Jose (Pepe) Irineo Palacios Belmonte, our graduate student profile for Winter 2023. NAME: Jose (Pepe) Irineo...

OPENING THOUGHTS: KNOW BELONGING

By: Mark Cork, AVP of Marketing & Communications  Belonging is a fundamental human need, transcending boundaries, cultures and environments. It is a cornerstone of human existence, fostering connections that provide emotional, psychological and spiritual...

HELP, I’M LOST!

How Career Services Can Help You Find Your Way Without thinking, Jaiden, a junior accounting major, pulled out his smartphone and plugged the address into his GPS app. Instantly, step-by-step directions appeared and Jaiden headed off to the unfamiliar address in...

MAKING THE MOST OF GRADUATE SCHOOL VISITS

A Comprehensive Guide Beginning your journey to a graduate degree is more than just filling out paperwork and online research about programs. You might not realize it, but a physical visit to a university is just as important when deciding on a graduate program as it...

GREAT HYMNS OF OUR FAITH 2024

Northwest Nazarene University’s Department of Music invites you to Great Hymns of Our Faith on Sunday, April 21, at 6:00 p.m. in Swayne Auditorium, Brandt Center. Come enjoy performances from the Wind Ensemble, Orchestra, Bella Voce, NNU Bronze and the University...