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Remmerde's free-throw record ends at 133
Deb Remmerde's record-breaking streak of consecutive made free throws ended at 133 during a 95-66 win at Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell, S.D., on Wednesday, Feb. 8.
Kang featured at symphony concert
Dr. Juyeon Kang, assistant professor of music, was featured on a Grieg piano concerto at a South Dakota Symphony Orchestra benefit concert.
Theatre students excel at regional competition
Three Northwestern students, one alumnus and a theatre faculty member received recognition for outstanding theatre work at this year’s regional Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival.
Visual identity system earns district award
Northwestern’s new visual identity system—the logo and wordmark that represent the college—has been recognized in the 2006 Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District Six awards competition.
Anderson contributes to book on religion in the Pacific region
Dr. Douglas Firth Anderson, professor of history, is one of seven contributors to a new book, "Religion and Public Life in the Pacific Region: Fluid Identities."
Dr. Sally Oakes Edman, director of Northwestern’s counseling services, has been appointed to the Continuing Education in Psychology Committee of the American Psychological Association (APA).
Northwestern justice program to be used nationwide
International Justice Mission (IJM), a Christian human rights organization that rescues victims of violence, sexual exploitation and oppression, has adopted Northwestern’s Season of Justice program as a national program to be used by other IJM chapters.
Student featured in nationally televised documentary
Kari Broadway, a Northwestern senior, is being featured in a documentary on mental illness. The hour-long show produced by Mennonite Media, "Shadow Voices: Finding Hope in Mental Illness," is airing nationwide on ABC affiliates.
Religion professor completes doctoral degree
Mitch Kinsinger, assistant professor of religion and Christian education, has earned his doctoral degree.
Three athletic teams serve overseas during summer
Service projects have long been a part of the Northwestern experience, and the athletic department has been sending teams on mission trips for several years as part of that emphasis.