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by Laura Huenneke, Provost
Summer provides a respite from the rigid scheduling of the academic year, as well as a beautiful season in Flagstaff. Release from the crammed weekly calendar of classes and meetings doesn’t necessarily mean total relaxation and vacation, though.
For many academics, summer is a welcome opportunity to focus more deeply on research, scholarship or creative work. For some, it’s also the chance to connect with community partners. I’ve been enjoying both luxuries these… Read more
Judging by the numbers, the 1899 Bar & Grill has found a niche. Now it’s looking for a place in the minds of more community patrons.
Sales and guest visits are up nicely year-over-year at the outwardly understated venue on the northern edge of the Northern Arizona University campus, and a steady flow of regulars helps populate the lunch and dinner crowd.
With a few keystrokes and a willingness to help, employees of Northern Arizona University can literally put food on the table for cash-strapped students and holiday gifts under the tree for fellow families.
This year’s Employee Giving Campaign officially kicked off this week under the theme “Give a Cup, Get a Cup.” While the emphasis is to support dining scholarships and the Santa’s Sleigh Fund, participating employees… Read more