One student walks across campus listening to an iPod; another is engrossed in text messaging on her cell phone. During class, they’re Googling, IMing and playing games—often at the same time. More likely to use the library as a gathering place than a resource, this is the “Net Generation,” co-existing beside older students who are juggling work, childcare and eldercare.
The NAU Athletics 10th annual Wine and Dine in the Pines to raise money for athletic scholarships is set for Sunday, Aug. 20, from 2 to 6 p.m. at Arizona Snowbowl’s Hart Prairie Lodge.
The fund-raiser will feature an array of fine wines from Alliance Beverage Distributing Co., gourmet coffees and desserts and complimentary gourmet food items from 15 of northern Arizona’s finest dining establishments, including Brix, Josephine’s Modern American Bistro, Jackson’s Grill, Pasto, El Tovar, Sakura and more.
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If you’re looking for student workers and volunteers, sign up for NAU’s 11th annual Student Employment and Volunteer Fair scheduled for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26 in the Fieldhouse.
The fair offers students and local residents the opportunity to learn about volunteer and student employment positions at NAU and in Flagstaff.
It also affords potential employers at NAU an opportunity to meet potential student employees.
The fourth annual Flagstaff Music Festival, put on by Cline Library’s Employee Organization to benefit the Mary Crawley Student Scholarship Fund for library student workers, is from noon to 8 p.m. Saturday, June 17, at Heritage Square in downtown Flagstaff.
“This year’s festival has something for all ages and musical tastes,” said Mike Taylor, a senior support systems analyst for Cline Library. “I’m excited about promoting the serious talent in Flagstaff’s backyard.”
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It’s a bargain hunter’s paradise when NAU’s Property Surplus hosts its first-ever inventory liquation sale, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday, May 20. Shoppers will find deals on used computers, monitors, printers, copiers, scanners, desks, file cabinets, chairs, paint, bicycles, furniture and more.
Property Surplus is the only NAU department authorized to sell obsolete NAU property.
The Surplus Property Warehouse is in building 47A on the corner of San Francisco Street and Runke Drive near the campus observatory.
Northern Arizona University will have an opportunity to showcase itself in the Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce’s 10th annual Independence Day Parade in downtown Flagstaff at 10 a.m. July 4.
Faculty, staff, family members and alumni are invited to represent NAU in the parade.
Last year more than 200 people participated in the NAU entry. “We’re expecting another great turnout,” says Molly Munger, director of Community Relations.
For information, e-mail Molly.Munger@nau.edu.