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2013 Independence Day Parade

Celebrate Independence Day during annual parade

Lumberjacks invited to celebrate July Fourth holiday during annual Independence Day parade downtown. Continue reading

Curry Summer Music Camp Cropped

School of Music hosts summer concert series

NAU's School of Music and Curry Summer Music Camp will host free concerts throughout the summer. Continue reading

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U.S. Marine Corps Band to perform at free concert

Curry Music Camp hosts the U.S. Marine Corps Band on campus. Continue reading

Summer Seminar Series kicks off with discussion on Middle East

An interdisciplinary Summer Seminar Series is sure to spark discussion on campus and in the community. Continue reading

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Community art on display at conference center

Fifteen local artists will showcase their works during the community Art Exhibit at the High Country Conference Center. Continue reading

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Track and Field hosting Outdoor Championships

NAU's Track and Field team will host the Big Sky Outdoor Track and Field Championship this week. Continue reading

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Registration open for girls’ basketball summer camps

Camps will offer instruction from Lumberjack players and coaches. Continue reading

Student concerto competition winners to perform

The winning pieces from the NAU Community Music and Dance Academy Orchestra Concerto Competition will be performed on stage May 11. Continue reading

Orchestra, choirs to perform Sunday

NAU Symphony Orchestra and the NAU Shrine of the Ages Choir, with guest ensemble Master Chorale of Flagstaff, to present Brahms' 'Requiem' May 4. Continue reading

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NAU Museum hosts work by celebrated California printmaker

Selected prints and drawings by Beth Van Hoesen will be on display May 13 to June 13. Continue reading

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