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Campus blood drive seeks donors

Enrollment Management and Student Affairs has a goal of 80 donors for its campus blood drive May 1 and 2. Continue reading


Hip Hop Week features art, music and dance

The student-led events include a DJ and dance contest, urban art demonstration and more. Continue reading

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Film festival shows off student work

Students in the School of Communication will present their filmmaking skills during the Northern Arizona Student Film Festival. Continue reading

Campus and community invited to discuss student safety

NAU and ABOR will discuss current issues and challenges and solicit feedback Wednesday, April 23 at the High Country Conference Center. Continue reading


Citywide drug dump and shred-a-thon April 26

Residents are invited to dispose of unused or outdated prescription drugs and old documents on April 26. Continue reading

Spring job fair to connect employers with students

The annual event connects employers with students seeking part-time jobs for the summer and fall. Continue reading

Assessment Fair to spotlight assessment efforts across campus

Campus efforts to examine student learning and satisfaction and evaluate university programs and services will be featured the April 17 Assessment Fair. Continue reading

NAU Percussion Ensemble to deliver diverse performance

The free April 25 concert will feature an array of high-energy rhythms. Continue reading

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Spring Bash packed with family, food and fun

Field games, face painting, carnival food and more awaits families on April 12. Continue reading

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Powwow contest returns to NAU

Gourd dancing, arts and crafts vendors and more to fill the Skydome. Continue reading

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