Listen in to the Remnant from 6pm-8pm to hear some tips on how to have a Spring Break that won’t break the bank.
If you’ve seen the number of posters around campus, then you probably know that the Gray Havens are coming to the University of Northwestern on April 3rd. And you may Continue Reading →
Today at 2 o’clock, listen in to the Remnant to hear tips on how to save some money with Jireh Jaramillo and Kapriah Diler.
At the beginning of this school year, our very own Caleb Sowers interviewed the rising, synth-rock band, Yam Haus. He got the inside scoop on the Hudson natives latest album Continue Reading →
If you love worship music but want something more calm and classic than many of the modern releases, you should check out Sara Groves’ newest album, Abide With Me. Released Continue Reading →
Happy Easter weekend, everybody! When people think of holiday songs, their minds usually jump to Christmas. However, there are several that apply to this time of year. Here are a Continue Reading →
Ten years have passed since Andrew Peterson was inspired to write and record a complete album about the effects of the resurrection of Christ. Resurrection Letters was the chosen title, but Peterson also Continue Reading →
What do you think when you hear the word “gospel”? The word “gospel” means “good news.” This definition is what inspired Rend Collective’s latest album, which was released on January Continue Reading →
The Remnant has a few holiday traditions, but without a doubt, 98.5 Hours of Christmas is at the top of the list. With non-stop live shows, Christmas music, ridiculous stunts, Continue Reading →
My friends seem to land in one of two extreme groups: they either LOVE Christmas music and cannot start playing it soon enough (just give in to listening all-year-round, already), Continue Reading →