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November brings more than just an icy wind to campus. Northern Arizona University is celebrating Native American Heritage Month with various activities planned to commemorate the traditions and culture of indigenous people.
Several events, which highlight accomplishments, contributions, and talents, are open to the public, including:
Native American Visit Day
8 a.m.–3:30p.m. Friday, Nov. 4
High Country Conference Center
Native American high school students and parents visit the NAU campus to learn how NAU honors cultures through academic and personal development.
6th… Read more
Northern Arizona University’s Martin-Springer Institute and Theatrikos Theater Company have joined together to present The Mitzvah Project: Hitler’s “Jewish” Soldiers, at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 24, and 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 25.
The one-person play explores one of the most unsettling and little-known stories of the Holocaust. The story focuses on the history and fate of thousands of Germans called “Mischlinge”—a derogatory term Nazis used to characterize men who descended from one or two Jewish grandparents.
Co-written by Roger Grunwald and Annie McGreevey, the… Read more
Local author Don Lago will visit the NAU Bookstore to sign copies of his latest book, Canyon of Dreams: Stories from Grand Canyon History, from noon to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13.
A Grand Canyon historian, Lago recounts little-known narratives from the area’s earliest inhabitants to visits by Apollo astronauts and modern literary authors. Lago has spent a quarter century exploring and researching the Grand Canyon and has made several archaeological discoveries.
For information, contact (928) 523-7213.