Aug. 22, 2019
NAU’s Department of Theatre unveiled its 2019-20 season schedule seeking to tell familiar stories with a new spin. The season’s theme, Retold, Relived and Reimagined, is brought to life with four main productions.
“Each playwright in our new season is telling a familiar tell in a reimagined way,” says theatre chair Kathleen McGeever.
Seeking to restructure the student experience, the company will travel to northern Arizona schools to perform.
Aug. 14, 2019
A major new exhibition, Resilience: Women in Flagstaff’s Past and Present, opens at Flagstaff City Hall on Aug. 23. Resilience is a collaborative project by the Arizona Historical Society (AHS) and the Martin-Springer Institute at Northern Arizona University. The exhibit shares the powerful stories of 20 local women who faced extraordinary challenges and overcame hardships, painful legacies and adverse environments.
The opening reception is 4-6 p.m. Aug. 23 at Flagstaff City Hall, 211 W. Aspen Ave. The exhibition will be on view in various locations… Read more
July 25, 2019
Lumberjacks can browse for bicycles at the end of summer abandoned bike sale. Beginning at noon on July 29, hundreds of used bikes will be available for purchase ranging from $20 to $200. Cash, check, Visa and Mastercard are acceptable forms of payment.
This year, the sale has a change of location. Instead of taking place in the Union Fieldhouse, bikes will be sold out of the Property Surplus Warehouse located at 501 E. Pine Knoll Drive, room 131… Read more
July 24, 2019
Fall semester is closing in, and with it comes a friendly reminder from University Transit Services (UTS) about the new parking permit protocol.
Permits for the fall semester and the 2019-20 academic year go on sale Aug. 1 and can be purchased online though the UTS web page. Current permits expire Aug. 14.
Visit the FAQ page to find quick answers about permits, parking and all things campus transportation.
New semester, new system
Parking on campus is about… Read more
July 11, 2019
This weekend, five members of the Phoenix Symphony Chamber Players will perform “The Three B’s” as part of Northern Arizona University’s Horizons Summer Concert Series. The performance of music by Bach, Beethoven and Brahms will take place at 4 p.m. July 14 in Kitt Recital Hall.
The concert will include a rendition of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Trio Sonata in G Major, BWV 1038,” which dates back to the 1730s—a predominantly choral time period. This rare instrumental chamber composition is… Read more
July 11, 2019
Northern Arizona University and The University of Arizona have collaborated to create a five-day film festival celebrating Indigenous world cinema. The inaugural Flagstaff Red Screen Film Festival includes the Arizona premiere of Indigenous-produced or -focused films from Canada, Australia, Scandinavia and the U.S., post-screening discussions, appearances and talks by film industry professionals and spotlights on influential figures and films. The festival will take place July 24-28 at the Harkins Theatres Flagstaff 16 and the Museum of Northern… Read more
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