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President Cheng to host campus forum April 30

The forum is scheduled from 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday, April 30, in Prochnow Auditorium. Continue reading

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Choral Studies final spring concerts April 25-26

NAU Choral Studies offers two concerts this weekend, ending their season with jazz ensembles and choral performances. Continue reading

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Installation tickets available online

The event is free and open to the public, however tickets are required and available at bit.ly/NAUInstallation. Continue reading

Art exhibit features senior design

An opening reception will be held from 5-7 p.m. April 24. Continue reading

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Hip Hop Week showcases elements of expression

Hip Hop Appreciation Week returns to campus April 20-24. Continue reading

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Spring commencement calls for celebration

Five ceremonies are set for May 8-9 in Flagstaff and one on May 15 in Yuma. Continue reading

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Undergraduate Symposium highlights student ideas, research and discoveries

Hundreds of students representing every college will present their research and creative discoveries during the annual Undergraduate Symposium on April 24. Continue reading

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Advocate to share thoughts on environmental work

Kieran Suckling, executive director of Tucson's Center for Biological Diversity, will share some of his experiences and thoughts on effective environmental work at a free public lecture next week. Continue reading

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Registration open for NAU Football summer camps

The camps will offer instruction from Lumberjack players and coaches, as well as opportunities to learn fundamentals, develop skills and have fun at all levels of experience. Continue reading

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Annual luau to celebrate stories of home

Take a journey through Polynesian culture at the 10th annual HAPA Hawaiian Club Luau on Saturday, April 18 at the du Bois Center Ballroom. Continue reading

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