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Vote on NAU student film projects at upcoming film festival

The Northern Arizona Student Film Festival will be held at the Orpheum theater. The public is invited to watch the short films and choose favorites. Continue reading

Une Tempete

Césaire’s ‘Une Tempête’ performed for Shakespeare Festival finale

The play, a post-colonial take on Shakespeare's work, is presented in French with English subtitles. Continue reading

Senior showcase

Senior creativity on display at Bachelor of Fine Arts Show

Wood clocks, prints, ceramics, paintings, human-form sculptures and a vessel with films shown within are featured. Continue reading

Photography exhibit

Student exhibit explores lives of migrants

An opening reception will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 30, at the Murdoch Community Center. Continue reading

Choral studies

Choral program caps off year with five concerts

The Northern Arizona University choral program concludes the 2015-16 year with jazz ensembles and choral performances. Continue reading

To Kill a Mockingbird

NAU Theater performs treasured ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’

NAU students perform 'To Kill a Mockingbird' this month. Continue reading

The Mitzvah Project

Play explores little-known story of the Holocaust

One-person play and lecture hosted by NAU's Martin-Springer Institute and Theatrics Theatre Company. Continue reading

NAU football

NAU football gears up for the season with spring game

The annual spring football game is scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday, April 23, in Lumberjack Stadium. Continue reading

NAU Hip Hop Week

Celebrate culture and self-expression during Hip Hop Week

NAU Ethnic Studies program hosts Hip Hop week April 25-29. Continue reading

3D art by Sophie Kahn

‘Mind 2 Machine 2 Material’ 3-D art exhibit to open

Artists show the range of creative possibilities using the technology of 3-D printing. Continue reading

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pexels-photo-67654-medium Vote on NAU student film projects at upcoming film festival
The Northern Arizona Student Film Festival will be held at the Orpheum theater. The public is invited to watch the short films and choose favorites.
Une Tempete Césaire’s ‘Une Tempête’ performed for Shakespeare Festival finale
The play, a post-colonial take on Shakespeare's work, is presented in French with English subtitles.
Wilson Riles and Lawrence Walkup ‘Louie’s Legacy’ turns campus into walkable museum
Digital tour relies on QR codes to walk participants through NAU history on campus.
San Francisco Street parking garage North entrance to parking garage temporarily closed
Access to the San Francisco parking garage is limited to the south entrance until May 10.
Senior showcase Senior creativity on display at Bachelor of Fine Arts Show
Wood clocks, prints, ceramics, paintings, human-form sculptures and a vessel with films shown within are featured.

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Scot Raab, Army Reservist and assistant professor, Athletic Training Education NAU honored with ‘Above and Beyond’ award by Department of Defense
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Math Mentors Program offers mathematical solutions for incoming freshmen
NAU's remedial math program has been recognized as a standout for preparing incoming freshman for college.
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