‘Inside NAU’ TV has something for everyone

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The latest television episode of Inside NAU samples a little bit of everything—green building practices, health and fitness tips, volunteer opportunities, art and sports.

Architect Robin Shambach explains how her firm, BWS Architects, is creating a new ‘green’ Distance Learning building using local recycled materials and modern new methods of cooling and heating such as chilled beams, solar walls and green screens.

Visit the Fitness Health Fair at the Rec Center to learn more about proper nutrition and healthy spines and why everyone needs time relaxing in a massage chair.

Learn about the exciting new program, Americorps Vista, designed to alleviate poverty through higher education. Vista members will live and work in the communities they are there to help, promoting higher education and developing programs for parents as well.

Take a behind-the-scenes peek at what director Bob Yowell and student actors think of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, a satire on the hypocrisy of the late-Victorian era.

Check out the 2009 Faculty Art Show which showcases art from 24 faculty members—from wood to magnets and ceramics to traditional painting—at Old Main through the end of the month.

Wrap it all up watching a hockey game between the Sundogs and the Mudbugs in Prescott, co-sponsored by Distance Learning and the Alumni Association.