With our historic fall semester complete, a new class of North Park graduates celebrating their winter Commencement, we give thanks for the joy brought by a blessed Christmas season, and look forward with hope to the new year.
Despite restrictions imposed by our “new normal,” the annual event for new and returning students was as warm and welcoming as ever.
Now in its fifth year, the summer research project offers students the chance to delve deeply into a topic with professor guidance.
Kraybill, who was hired just before the pandemic hit, is adjusting to the new challenges of pastoring to students remotely.
With proper social distancing and mask-wearing, students, faculty, and staff enjoyed outdoor Chapel services.
George Floyd’s relatives shared memories of their nephew, along with thoughts on racial justice and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Our faculty has published books and articles on a wide variety of topics in the past year.
A former military nurse, Dr. Hudson brings a wealth of research experience as the new Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences.
A choir director at a Chicago high school, Nicholas blended at-home student performances into a moving musical collaboration.
American Chemical Society grant will allow the senior Biochemistry major to enroll in a research project at Northwestern University.
Mark your calendars for the following events, and join us when you can. Friends and alumni are always welcome!
In September, the campus gathered in a remote celebration of 15 faculty and staff members who led careers of significance and service.
The Black Student Union hosted a Zoom chat with founding President Cornelius DuBose C’72 during Homecoming week.
This year, everything was a little different, including Homecoming. North Park friends and alumni still celebrated from home, though, with festivities including a Reunion & Awards Brunch, where North Park alumni healthcare workers were honored.
Amidst a global pandemic, North Park successfully reimagined life on campus. Here’s how.