• Exchange student prepares to return home

    Exchange student prepares to return home

    Annie Rumm, Staff Writer

    May 8, 2015

    After traveling over 4,000 miles to continue his education in the United States, Marc Lamberger will soon return to his home of Munich, Germany. It was through the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals that Lamberger was placed at NWC to pursue his career in journalism. Since... READ MORE »»

  • Athletics ends year with banquet

    Athletics ends year with banquet

    Marc Lamberger, Sports Writer

    May 7, 2015

    Jim Zeigler, NWC athletic director, experienced a lot since he began working at Northwest College 23 years ago. He said he has seen teams heading to national tournaments, highly talented athletes and he also saw teams not completing their goals. It was saying something when Zeigler said that this... READ MORE »»

  • Student senate the voice of NWC campus

    Student senate the voice of NWC campus

    MaKenzie Beck, Staff Writer

    May 7, 2015

    Elections for 2015-16 NWC student senate were conducted and the executive officers and sophomore representative positions were filled. NWC freshman Sam Jones was elected as student senate president and next year he will be responsible for officiating the student senate meetings and maintaining communication... READ MORE »»

    The 2015-2016 Student Senate executive officials are from left to right: Jessi Gordon, Warren Krone, Darren Ballard, Sam Jones, Benny Dial and Amanda Himenes.

    MaKenzie Beck

  • ‘It’s tough to be so close’

    ‘It’s tough to be so close’

    Marc Lamberger, Sports reporter

    March 24, 2015

    Spring break was kind of a balmy for the Lady Trappers. NWC’s basketball women wanted to travel to Salina, Kansas, over spring break, for the NJCAA Division 1 women’s national basketball tournament. They were close to achieving their goal. They needed to achieve the championship of the Region IX... READ MORE »»

    Sophomores Dana Bjorhus, Hattilyn Snyder, Caitlin Clancy, Mandee Christensen and Sarah Nielsen will leave NWC after this semester. They led the Lady Trappers to the semifinal of the Region IX Tournament in Scottsbluff, Neb.

    Chelsea Blake

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Athletics ends year with banquet

Athletics ends year with banquet

Marc Lamberger, Sports Writer

Jim Zeigler, NWC athletic director, experienced a lot since he began working at Northwest College 23 years ago. He said he has seen teams heading to national tournaments, highly talented athletes and he also saw teams...  Read More »

May 7, 2015 • 0 comments

Fox resigns

Fox resigns

Abbe Breeding, Managing Editor

Sean Fox, NWC vice president of student affairs, resigned from his position after four years at NWC. “I am going to miss the people at NWC the most,” Fox said. “I really like the people here and it feels like a family.” Fox...  Read More »

May 7, 2015 • 0 comments

Pulitzer Prize winner speaks at NWC

Pulitzer Prize winner speaks at NWC

Abbe Breeding, Managing Editor

Pulitzer prize-winning American author Richard Ford was this year’s special guest at the annual NWC Wasden Reading. “Literature provides an extra beat to life,” Ford said. “Pay attention to literature because it...  Read More »

May 7, 2015 • 0 comments

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Athletics ends year with banquet

Jim Zeigler, NWC athletic director, experienced a lot since he began working at Northwest College 23 years ago. He said he has seen teams heading...  Read More »

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Classic crew, cars and comedy

Luke Tilley, Staff Writer

Fast cars, an ensemble of stars and wacky hijinks abound in “The Cannonball Run,” a 1981 comedy that chronicles the efforts of a dozen racers trying to sprint, sneak and...  Read More »

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Abbe Breeding, Managing Editor
Abbe Breeding

Managing Editor

My name is Abbe Breeding and I from Kalispell, Montana. I am 20 years old and I have been writing for school newspapers since the spring of 2014. I wrote for the North Idaho Sentinel for one semester prior...  Read More »

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