by Olivia Hagstrom On Tuesday, November 17, 2020, in Nazareth Hall Great Room, faculty, staff and students from the University of Northwestern–St. Paul gathered to hold a service of lament. It was livestreamed for all […]
by Jenny Miyano Fall leaves covered in snow. People bundling up and wearing snow boots. As University of Northwestern–St. Paul students, faculty and staff are pushing through this semester, working on final projects and presentations, […]
by Emma Baker COVID-19 has a drastic effect on how people celebrate the holidays this season. Celebration is a time to engage in enjoyable social activities. Families are having to be creative and find different […]
by Molly Larson On Christmas Day, many people observe gift giving as the top love language. Every year during the holiday season, people spend hours pondering how to get the most unique gift for each person. […]
On Thursday, November 19, the UNW Orchestra ensemble took to the stage for the first time this semester. It was an opportunity for student musicians to showcase talent and celebrate music amidst a time of […]
On November 9, a group of students organized and held a march that they titled “Hear, Listen, Believe in BIPOC.” They invited fellow students, alumnus and other individuals outside of the Northwestern community to join […]
On Monday, November 9, a group of 40 to 50 students and alumni from the University of Northwestern–St. Paul and other universities around the Twin Cities gathered on Northwestern’s campus green to protest on-campus racism. […]
How does a college choir sing amidst the pandemic? Eagle 7’s (and media production major) Scott Krueger checks in with the UNWSP choir to share just why they want and need to sing.