NWC in the news

Wrestling Dynasty

The Sioux City Journal talked with Rik Dahl, Northwestern's head wrestling coach, about what it's like to have three of his sons on the Red Raider team at the same time. (11/2/2017)


Family Game

Northwestern volleyball coach Kyle Van Den Bosch and his father, Tom, talked with the N'West Iowa Review about being coaching rivals and now partners leading a successful Red Raider team. (9/11/2017)


Getting In Step

Steve Connell, the former director of the Pride of the Dutchmen Marching Band at MOC-Floyd Valley High School, is now leading the new Red Raider Athletic Band at Northwestern College. The N'West Iowa Review interviewed Connell and Athletic Director Earl Woudstra about its successful start. (9/10/2017)


Biking to Work

Tim Gallagher, columnist for the Sioux City Journal, talked with three Northwestern employees—professors Scott Monsma and Jeff Barker and staff member Mark Haselhoff—who bike to work every day, rain or shine—or snow. (8/10/2017)


Guitar Hero

Following the release of his new book, Northwestern religion professor Dr. Jason Lief participated in a Q&A session with the Sioux City Journal about the connection between Christianity and heavy metal. (7/15/2017)


Charting a New Course

The Sioux City Journal profiled Evonne Blankers, who received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree 35 years after she graduated from Northwestern the first time. (5/14/2017)


Strike Up the Band

KTIV TV talked with Steve Connell, longtime band director for MOC-Floyd Valley High School, who has been hired to launch an athletic band program at Northwestern College. (4/11/2017)


Construction to Begin

KMEG TV was there when Northwestern broke ground for a new health and natural sciences building. The $24.5 million facility, which will house the departments of biology, chemistry and nursing, is expected to be completed in August 2018. (4/7/2017)


New Parental Leave Policy

KCAU TV interviewed faculty member Daniel Den Boer and human resources director Deb Sandbulte about Northwestern's new parental leave policy, which allows mothers and fathers to take up to six weeks of paid leave following the birth of their baby. (1/25/2017)


Supporting Families

Northwestern is one of the first colleges in the tri-state region to offer paid parental leave for both new mothers and fathers. The Sioux City Journal talked with Deb Sandbulte, director of human resources, about the new benefit. (1/8/2017)


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