Northwestern at 125: Commemorative Edition 1884-2009
Stories and pictures of NSU preserved in commemorative coffee table book
Northwestern has created a coffee table book celebrating the 125th anniversary of NSU. It contains 200 pages and more than 700 photographs from the university’s archives, documenting the school’s history through the decades. Sections include: academics, student life, sports, and campus views. The book is a 10.5 x 12-inch hardcover publication.
“Northwestern at 125: Commemorative Edition 1884-2009” will be a source of pride for alumni and friends showing photos that reflect the school’s growth in the last 125 years. The book celebrates the 125 years of history, tradition, achievement and people at Northwestern from its inception as the state Normal school to today.
“This one of a kind commemorative book is full of interesting stories and amusing anecdotes with pictures of students, activities and scenes around campus as the school changed and grew through the decades,” said Drake Owens, director of Alumni and Development. “This book is a tribute to Northwestern and its on-going story. The stories and images on its pages will appeal to many generations of former students, faculty and friends.”
Editors of the book are Jerry Pierce, Steve Horton, Tom Whitehead and Don Sepulvado.
Each book sold helps support Northwestern and its many programs. Copies of the book are now on sale for $25 each plus shipping. Click Here to order your copy.