Aug. 16, 2019As NAU prepares to welcome back the Lumberjacks, including the class of 2023, here are a few things to know that will make navigating campus easier for faculty, … Read more about Welcome back, Jacks! Navigating campus during #NAUmovein week
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The university’s notification system includes text messaging through NAU Alert, priority email, information on the NAU home page, posts on Twitter and Facebook, and a recorded message on the NAU Now Line. Callers may reach the NAU Now Line at (928)… Read more
Harper Lee’s revered masterpiece To Kill A Mockingbird will wrap up NAU’s spring theater productions in the Clifford E. White Theater.
The play is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning 1961 novel and deals with serious social issues as told from the viewpoint of a 10-year-old girl in 1930s Alabama.
“The play shows how diverse people can change to make the world more compassionate and loveable,” said Robert Yowell, director and professor, NAU Department of Theater. “The theme of race in America is certainly emotionally charged… Read more
NAU’s Ethnic Studies program is hosting its third annual Hip Hop Week April 25-29.
The week will feature a full slate of events including interactive hip hop workshops, live performances, a breakdancing film and discussion, “Rap, Race, Reality & Technology” and “The Art of Freestyle” presentations.
Tickets are required for the lecture by hip hop performer Chuck D of Public Enemy scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 27. The event is free for NAU students and $2 for the general public. All other… Read more
With the fifth largest margin of victory in conference history, NAU swimming and diving dominated the field and clinched their third-straight Western Athletic Conference championship in Houston. Junior Alexa Geiger became the first Lumberjack diver since 2008 to receive the Diver of… Read more