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2009 NU Blog Entries

UPS Game to Raise Funds for Fallen Lakewood Police Officers

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

With the tragic loss of four Lakewood police officers recently, the Eagle men’s basketball team and the Athletic Department will be asking for donations to help the families of the fallen officers during tonight’s non-conference game with the University of Puget Sound at 7:30 p.m. in the Pavilion.

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UPS Game to Raise Funds for Fallen Lakewood Police Officers

Gary McIntosh Named CCC Coach of the Year

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Men’s Soccer Head Coach Gary McIntosh was named the Cascade Conference Coach of the Year, an award voted on by the league’s coaches. Coach McIntosh earned the award after one of the most successful men’s soccer seasons in Northwest University’s history.

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An Indian Summer

Friday, October 23, 2009

Devon Carroll, a junior at Northwest University, spent her summer serving with Bombay Teen Challenge in Mumbai, India. She was selected as an intern through The Home Foundation, a non-profit charitable foundation that is dedicated to eradicating human trafficking in the U.S. and abroad, founded in 2005 by singer/songwriter Natalie Grant.

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An Indian Summer

Dunks to Stop Human Trafficking

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

The Northwest University Eagle basketball teams will take to the court in the Pavilion at 8:00pm, Thursday, October 22. The goal of the night is to help stop human trafficking. Northwest University Senior Tyler Hart is spearheading the event that will feature a 3-point shooting contest between fans and the women’s team, a men’s scrimmage, and a slam-dunk contest judged by a panel of guest judges.

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Northwest Alum Join Climb for Captives

Friday, September 18, 2009

Northwest University alum Josh Hebert, class of 2000, and Robby Hipp, class of 2006, recently climbed to the summit of Mt. Rainier with Climb for Captives, a group whose focus is “raising awareness and support for the fight against human trafficking.” This is the second year they have been involved with Climb for Captives.

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Northwest  Alum Join Climb for Captives

At Northwest, Quarantined Students Won’’t Miss Classes

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

If the H1N1 virus attacks the Seattle area, one of the best methods of defense is to stay at home. But for students, that can mean missing classes and falling behind.

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Northwest Dining Hall Remodel

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Work is currently underway to remodel the interior of the Northwest University Dining Hall, one of the oldest buildings on campus. Upgrades will include: relocation of food prep and service areas, the addition of booth seating, new walls, paint, carpet, lighting, and remodeled bathrooms.

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Northwest Dining Hall Remodel

The Donald H. Argue Health and Sciences Center

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Friends of Northwest University gathered together for the Naming Ceremony of one of the University’s newest buildings, the Donald H. Argue Health and Sciences Center. The building was named after the former President and current Chancellor of Northwest University.

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The Donald H. Argue Health and Sciences Center

Five Eagles Named CCC Scholar Athletes

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Five Northwest University track and field athletes received spring All-Academic Cascade Conference honors, announced recently by the league office.

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NU Hires New Cross Country and Track & Field Coach

Monday, June 15, 2009

Mark Mandi has been hired as the new cross country and track and field coach at Northwest University. The announcement was made by Gary McIntosh, Northwest’s athletic director.

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Record Number Receive Degrees at 73 Commencement

Monday, June 1, 2009

A record 333 students received degrees at Northwest University’s 73rd Commencement, which was held May 9, 2009, at Overlake Christian Church.

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Record Number Receive Degrees at 73 Commencement

Northwest University Monitoring Swine Flu Outbreak

Friday, May 1, 2009

Northwest University leaders have been closely monitoring the outbreak of swine flu over the past several days, and they are evaluating the University’s readiness in case of a pandemic. Although there are only preliminary and limited reports of local cases, Northwest University plans to be ready should public health officials begin to implement mitigation strategies in defense of a swine flu pandemic.

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Awards & Honors Convocation

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Northwest University recognized achievement and excellence of graduating and non-graduating students for both academics and character during the Awards and Honors Convocation.

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Photography for Justice Photo Exhibit

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Psychologists in Focus, a division of the American Psychological Association, is presenting the 2009 Photo Exhibit of Photography for Justice May 2-8, 2009 in the Health and Sciences Center at Northwest University. The exhibition is sponsored by Northwest University and Brookdale Community College in New Jersey. In addition to the photos from Psychologists in Focus, there will also be a student wall displaying photos taken from students in Northwest University’s College of Social and Behavior Sciences.

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An Internship with the Home Foundation

Friday, March 27, 2009

The Home Foundation, founded in 2005 by singer/songwriter Natalie Grant, is looking for summer interns to join in their efforts to stop human trafficking. They will select interns to serve in Mumbai, Moldova, and Nashville for two months. All expenses are paid. The application deadline is April 10.

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An Internship with the Home Foundation

Victoria Trabosh to Present Social Entrepreneurship Seminar

Thursday, March 19, 2009

The School of Business and Management at Northwest University invites you to a Social Entrepreneurship seminar: “Using Business Skills for Social Good,” from 7:00 to 8:30 PM, March 27, in the Health and Sciences Center, room 231. Guest Victoria Trabosh, founder of the non-profit organization Itafari, will speak about her work with an organization that is seeking to bring change to Rwanda “one brick at a time.”

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Northwest Debaters Make Final Four at Tournament

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Eagle debaters were awarded fourth place at the Oregon State University “Speakeasy” tournament on February 14. They were among the 42 top students that participated from various colleges and universities including: Seattle University, Portland State University, Lane College, Humboldt State University, Oregon State University, and Willamette University.

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Northwest University Awards 11 Act Six Scholarships

Thursday, February 5, 2009

The Act Six Leadership and Scholarship Initiative has announced that 43 emerging urban leaders across the Puget Sound region and in Spokane will receive full-tuition, full-need scholarships for study beginning this fall. Eleven of these future leaders will be studying at Northwest University in Kirkland.

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