As the end of the academic year nears, graduating students and their loved ones eagerly await the 2015 Commencement ceremonies.
The Northwest University debate team traveled to Salem, Oregon, for the Mark O. Hatfield Memorial Debate Tournament at Willamette University from February 28, 2015, to March 1, 2015.
NU’s annual Pursuit Conference took place Feb. 8–11. Although the speakers and worship leaders change each year, the mission of this conference remains the same. The Pursuit Conference is an opportunity for students to learn what it means to be pursued by God and to pursue God fully.
Each year, as the month of January comes to a close and the reality of a new semester hits, Northwest University students participate in Screaming Eagles Week. Screaming Eagles Week (SEW) is a long-standing tradition involving competitions between campus residential areas. Highly anticipated by all students, this event-packed week features a different theme every year that teams select from to decorate their living areas. This year’s theme was “Plays and Musicals.”
KIRKLAND, Wash. — Northwest University has announced that former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck will be the guest of honor at the Fifth Annual Eagle Hall of Fame Benefit on Friday, March 27, 2015. Hasselbeck, who led the Seattle Seahawks to six playoff appearances and Super Bowl XL, will be participating in a Q&A at the event, which benefits and supports scholarships for student athletes.