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Religion scholar, best-selling author to speak at NAU

Elaine Pagels will present “Art, Music and Politics in the Book of Revelation” at a public lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, at Cline Library’s Assembly Hall. Continue reading

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‘Love of the Land’ exhibit on display at conference center

An opening reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. Oct. 27. Continue reading

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Homecoming planners seeking convertibles

Blue Key Honor Society is in search of faculty, staff and community members who own convertibles to participate in the parade as drivers. Continue reading

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Community dark sky viewing scheduled for Oct. 17

The Flagstaff Star Party, held at Buffalo Park, will feature more than a dozen telescopes allowing guests to view star clusters, galaxies, nebulae and more. Continue reading

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Psychology professor to sign copies of her book

Michelle Miller's book details applied research methods and offers practical ideas for instructors. Continue reading

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NAU award recipients include Pulitzer Prize winner

NAU's Associated Press Eunson Awards Ceremony is Oct. 23. Continue reading

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Ladhoff lecture series presenting women in criminal justice

NAU Ladhoff Lecture Series to present "Three Women who Changed the Face of Criminal Justice.” Continue reading

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Fall Festival of Choirs returns

The ensemble will perform a diverse program of traditional, contemporary and multicultural choral music. Continue reading

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Former presidential advisor Gene Sperling to headline Economic Outlook Conference

Experts to offer their views of international, national, state and local economies. Continue reading

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‘Go BIG’ for Parkinson’s at 8th annual campus run

NAU’s Physical Therapy students will hold a walk/run on the Flagstaff campus to benefit the Arizona Chapter of the American Parkinson’s Disease Association. Continue reading

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pagels Religion scholar, best-selling author to speak at NAU
Elaine Pagels will present “Art, Music and Politics in the Book of Revelation” at a public lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, at Cline Library’s Assembly Hall.
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LoveOfTheLand_DiabloTrust_FinalAccessible[2] ‘Love of the Land’ exhibit on display at conference center
An opening reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. Oct. 27.
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Prestigious, intensive program plans to admit new residents each year.
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