By Mark Molinaro
Chef Lecturer, School of Hotel and Restaurant Management
This week is Arizona Beer Week and we’re fortunate to be in a community with such a thriving culture.
To celebrate the craft of home-brew, my School of Hotel and Restaurant Management Beer Basics class was invited to tour Mother Road Brewing Company.
By Stephen Nuño, associate professor of Politics and International Affairs
The U.S. primary season is upon us and over the next few months, culminating in the Republican and Democratic party conventions this summer, our political parties will be going through the long and arduous process of choosing the candidate that will represent them in the presidential election in November.
The Republicans have been locked into a crowded group of candidates since last summer and the big story has been… Read more
Meet Chris and Amy Phillips, NAU sweethearts who met on campus, tied the knot in front of Old Main and now work at NAU too.
Chris Phillips is the assistant director of Admissions and Orientation’s Welcome Center and Amy Phillips is a communications coordinator with the Office of Public Affairs.
How did the two of… Read more
During the holiday season and throughout the year, the faculty, staff and students of Northern Arizona University find so many reasons to feel grateful.
By Bryan Loveless, ITS systems administrator and President’s United Way Council
Instead of a long narrative about how great United Way is, let me share with you the main six reasons I give:
- Local donations: Not only does almost all of your donation go to help local community members, the donations are often matched by national donors. For every dollar you give, much more comes back to the community.
- Donors decide where money is spent: Volunteers evaluate every dollar that… Read more
By Vidal Mendoza, undergraduate majoring in
interdisciplinary studies, speech language sciences
As a first-generation college student, my experience at NAU and the road to college has been different than some of my fellow Lumberjacks. I could sum up my feelings in five words: proud, humbled, pressured, scared and thankful.
Proud: I am proud to be the first in my family to work toward a college degree. I grew up in a… Read more
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President Cheng welcomed everyone to the first President’s Cabinet meeting of the new academic year and introduced new members to the cabinet.Laura Jones, chief institutional … Read more about President’s Cabinet highlights: Sept. 19, 2018
The Ethnic Studies program at Northern Arizona University hosts three scholar-activists at “Fifty Years of Ethnic Studies: Past Present Future,” a panel on scholarship, social … Read more about Ethnic studies program celebrates 18 years by looking at past, present, future
Kudos to these staff, faculty and programs Do you have a spotlight item to share with the NAU community?E-mail your announcements to Inside@nau.edu, or use our online … Read more about In the Spotlight: Sept. 21, 2018
Northern Arizona University’s educational psychology department and Beta Alpha chapter of Chi Sigma Iota have teamed with the Flagstaff Police Department (FPD) to present a … Read more about NAU partners with Flagstaff PD to promote mental health awareness
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?It’s a thought-provoking question, likely to garner plenty of deliberation and an array of responses. But ask anyone … Read more about Dreams really do come true: How an NAU internship led to management at the happiest place on earth
Experts estimate that snowmelt accounts for as much as 75 percent of water supplies in the western United States. As the climate warms, however, it’s not hard to imagine a future … Read more about How does snowmelt in the Rockies affect diners in New York? NAU data mapper part of national study to make those connections
Doug Macy was not an artist, or a Northern Arizona University alum. Yet he was passionate about two things: collecting art and NAU—he had his son to thank for both.Aaron Macy … Read more about The Macy legacy: How one man’s love affair with art will benefit NAU students for years to come
Nearly 200 students from Chinese universities have made their way to Flagstaff to study at Northern Arizona University this school year as part of the Sino-American 1+2+1 program. … Read more about Global partnership: NAU works with Chinese universities to expand 1+2+1 program
For most of us, seeing lions on an African safari would rank as the highlight of the trip, if not the year.Seeing them defecate? Not so much. But that is the first moment … Read more about Hyenas, hippos and lions joined NAU’s inaugural study abroad class in Zambia