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Lanita Collette

Cybersecurity: Avoid helping attackers

Collette: Individual computer users are the front-line of cybersecurity defense. Continue reading

Director of Veteran affairs

A grand invitation to the Veterans Student Success Center

Griffin: The newly remodeled Veteran Success Center is a home away from home. Continue reading

Georgette Vigil

Showing ‘Axe of Kindness’ at the 90th Homecoming Celebration

Vigil: NAU is welcoming alumni to campus for the 90th homecoming celebration. Continue reading

David Brumbaugh

NAU preparing for next Arizona earthquake

Brumbaugh: What are the chances to experience a large earthquake in Arizona? Continue reading

Matt Tantau

Why I support United Way

Tantau: NAU President Rita Cheng supports the United Way, and so do I, continuing a long tradition of enhancing the greater Flagstaff community. Continue reading

Bruce Hungate

Changing leaves activate critical processes

Hungate: Changing leaves activate unseen critical processes: the cycle of life, the cycles of elements, the import economy of dead leaves. Continue reading

Shannon Clark

Welcome family and friends!

Clark: Family Weekend features new activities and annual favorites including NAU Football. Continue reading

Jerome Souers

Back to football

Souers: Come out and enjoy the start of fall, get loud and help us defend the Dome. Continue reading

Darrell Kaufman

Interrogating the geological evidence of past climate changes

Kaufman: Geoscientists interrogate the clues left by past climate changes to determine what, when, where and why it happened. Continue reading

Marc Burdiss

Are you ready?

Burdiss: As summer transitions into fall, let’s take a few minutes and review what it means to be ‘Ready’ on the NAU campus. Continue reading

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