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Rita Cheng ‘optimistic, even proud’ of NAU’s upward trajectory

During her first regents meeting, the NAU president discussed continued successes and challenges. Continue reading

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Cline Library to unveil new Learning Studio

The transformed second floor space features a highly configurable workspace for classes of up to 70 students and is fitted with advanced digital technology. Continue reading

NAU’s annual security report available

The report, a result of the Clery Act, makes campus crime information available to parents, students, faculty, staff and the general public. Continue reading

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Regents to meet next week at NAU

The board will meet Sept. 25-26 at the High Country Conference Center. Continue reading

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NAU breaks ground for new Student and Academic Services building

NAU officials, dignitaries, students and friends of the university joined in the celebration Sept. 16. Continue reading

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Governor Brewer proclaims Arizona GEAR UP Week

Gov. Jan Brewer has declared the week of Sept. 22-26 as Arizona GEAR UP Week in the state. Continue reading

Unlikely duo hits musical high note with partnership

NAU School of Music's Jonathan Bergeron and John Masserini are on a quest to show the musical world that a saxophone and clarinet pairing is not only a viable—but a successful chamber music option. Continue reading

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Enrollment reflecting steady growth

NAU's enrollment is up on the Flagstaff campus and in other NAU statewide programs. Continue reading

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New Holocaust exhibit tells powerful story of youth in the Będzin ghetto

“Through the Eyes of Youth: Life and Death in the Będzin Ghetto” will open Sept. 30 on the third floor of the Riles Building at Northern Arizona University. Continue reading

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NAU debuts weekly Friday market

The weekly Friday market will feature fresh Arizona produce, local artisan foods and community crafts. Continue reading

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science building resized Rita Cheng ‘optimistic, even proud’ of NAU’s upward trajectory
During her first regents meeting, the NAU president discussed continued successes and challenges.
BWFS Poster Fall 2014[1] Film series spotlights the environment
NAU’s Environmental Caucus and the Office of Sustainability host a “Better World” film series this October.

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Bedzin ghetto New Holocaust exhibit tells powerful story of youth in the Będzin ghetto
“Through the Eyes of Youth: Life and Death in the Będzin Ghetto” will open Sept. 30 on the third floor of the Riles Building at Northern Arizona University.
Photo by Barry Gossage/NBAE via Getty Images. Phoenix Suns return to Flagstaff for training camp
The Phoenix Suns return to Flagstaff for training camp at NAU from Sept. 30 through Oct. 4.
Discovery telescope Undergraduates put astronomy into practice on Discovery Channel Telescope
Observation nights offer a chance to experience professional astronomy.