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David Brumbaugh

Just shake it off: Damaging earthquakes are rare

Brumbaugh: Northern Arizona's risk of damaging earthquakes is relatively low. Continue reading

Mark Molinaro

The perfect turkey

Molinaro: Brining for 24 hours is the best way to prepare a moist turkey. Continue reading

Casey Fisher Thanksgiving

A time to give back and cultivate gratitude

Fisher: Campus Dining cultivates gratitude in the community. Continue reading

Holly Yeager

The science of carbon capture

Students in NAU's Climate Science and Solutions master's program are weighing the benefits of capturing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. Continue reading

Andrew Esmeier

NAU supports veterans who want to earn a college degree.

Esmeier: The time I spent in the military was priceless but now I'm thankful to be here at NAU. Continue reading

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

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NAU's Swimming & Dive program earned the APR Public Recognition Award. Pictured from left to right are the 2014 graduates: Becky Russell, Jane Wakefield, Gwen Smithberg, Emma Lowther, Rachel Palmer, Jordan Burnes, Ashani Gottlieb and Stirling Smith. Athletics posts 85 percent graduation success rate
NAU student-athletes posted the highest of the three state universities and tied for the best in the Big Sky Conference.
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Participants sought for study to demonstrate value of aerobic training in stroke recovery.
physical therapy students in lab NAU joins elite group of residency programs in neurologic physical therapy
Prestigious, intensive program plans to admit new residents each year.