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A Lumberjack weekend to remember

Homecoming week is in full swing and the weekend promises more excitement. Continue reading

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Disability Awareness Month caps off with screening of ‘FIXED’

The documentary questions commonly held beliefs about disability and normalcy by exploring technologies that promise to change our bodies and minds forever. Continue reading

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NAU’s oldest student is always smiling

Jeanne Kochan is NAU's oldest student and she is enjoying the opportunity to earn her college degree. Continue reading

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Celebrate ‘Axe of Kindness’ at NAU Homecoming

There are ample opportunities to share your Lumberjack pride during NAU's Homecoming festivities. Continue reading

Faculty showcase highlights strategies for large enrollment courses

NAU’s e-Learning Center invites the campus community to its fall showcase from 2-4 p.m. Friday, October 24, in room 2403 of the Health and Learning Center. Continue reading

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Hopi Tribal Council welcomes NAU President Rita Cheng

Hopi Chairman Herman Honanie and Regent Luann Leonard welcomed the President this week during her first visit with the tribal council. Continue reading

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President tours new LDS temple

The 27,000-square-foot temple in northwest Phoenix is the fifth LDS temple in Arizona. Continue reading

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NAU joins nationwide ‘ShakeOut’ drill to test emergency notification system

NAU will test its notification system that includes NAU Alert, email, social media and the university homepage. Continue reading

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Business professor’s choice as dedicatee is right on the button

Joseph Anderson was selected by students to be honored during the annual banquet and the Homecoming parade. Continue reading

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NAU Homecoming Dedicatees 1936-2014

The annual honor is bestowed by students on faculty or staff members who have demonstrated exceptional service. Continue reading

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