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2014 Christmas Concert is December 6

Come hear “Away in a Manger,” the annual Christmas concert presented by New Saint Andrews College. The performance is on Saturday, December 6th, at the University of Idaho Administration Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted at the door. The New Saint Andrews College...

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Poet Aaron Belz at NSA Saturday Evening

Aaron Belz, poet, teacher, social commentator, and satirist, will be speaking this Saturday evening, November 15, at 8:00 p.m. in the NSA Student Commons. He'd like to read poetry for a little while and then hopes to entertain your questions with some answers. Belz is the...

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NSA choir group to visit schools, churches during fall break

The Collegium Musicum Ensemble at New Saint Andrews College will hit the road over Fall Break and make nine stops during a  900-mile, eight-day choir tour through the Pacific Northwest.

Twelve singers, two instrumentalists, and their conductor, Dr. David R. Erb will present concerts and workshops at schools and churches. Tour includes evening concerts in Wenatchee, WA (Oct. 11), Kirkland, WA (Oct. 12), Lynden (Oct. 13), Vancouver, WA (Oct. 15), Oregon City (Oct. 16), and Moscow, ID (Oct. 18).

The concert program entitled Sing for Joy! is a repertoire taken from the various music activities in the life of the College during the 2014-15 school year: concerts, recitals, the freshmen music course, convocation, commencement, worship, etc.  Selections include O Magnum Mysterium by Victoria, Sicut Cervus by Palestrina, To Jordan Came our Lord by Bach, and excerpts from Mozart’s Requiem.



Saturday, October 11, 7:00 pm   
Trinity Church
535 Okanogan Avenue
Wenatchee, Washington

Sunday, October 12, 7:30 pm
Kirkland Seventh-Day Adventist Church
6400 108th Ave., NE
Kirkland , Washington

Monday, October 13, 7:00 pm
American Reformed Church
8868 Northwood Road
Lynden, Washington

Wednesday, October 15, 7:00 pm
Cascades Presbyterian Church
9503 NE 86th Street
Vancouver, Washington

Thursday, October 16, 8:00 pm
Reformation Covenant Church
1201 J.Q. Adams Street
Oregon City, Oregon

Author, O’Connor biographer Jonathan Rogers at NSA

This week, New Saint Andrews College welcomes Dr. Jonathan Rogers, who will be presenting a writing workshop for NSA students as well as speaking at Disputatio this Friday, September 26. Rogers holds a PhD in English literature from Vanderbilt University and is the author of several...

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More internships available to NSA students

Film-making with Gorilla Poet Productions In partnership with New Saint Andrews College’s career and callings department, Gorilla Poet is now awarding three Film Production Internships to students for the 2014-15 school year. Production Interns could be involved in any and all phases of film production and will work...

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Wordsmithy featured novelist Andrew Peterson

Wordsmithy, the annual writers’ workshop at New Saint Andrews College, recently featured nationally-recognized novelist and singer/songwriter Andrew Peterson as well as writer and pastor Douglas Wilson, poet and literary agent Aaron Rench, and award-winning novelist and filmmaker N.D. Wilson. Peterson recently released The Warden and the...

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Wenden House honors three NSA students

Three New Saint Andrews College students were honored this week as the first to be accepted into the College’s recently-established Wenden House project.

Rachel Jo, of Pasco, WA, and Angela Filicetti, of Boise, ID, each received a $3,800 Davenant Fellowship for the year. As students at the College’s Theology & Letters master’s degree program, they will have the opportunity to assist in the translation project based at the College. Also recognized was Michelle Bollen, the only undergraduate student accepted into the Wenden House program this year. Bollen, a senior at New Saint Andrews, is from Centreville, VA.

American Historical Association past president visits NSA

Award-winning writer and noted environmental historian Bill Cronon to speak at Disputatio, hold writers workshop for students Dr. Bill Cronon, one of the world’s leading authorities on environmental history and past president of the American Historical Association, will lecture at New Saint Andrews College’s Disputatio, Friday,...

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