Advocates are trying to #legalize #recreationalmarijuana with a #2020 ballot initiative.
A review of police activity on campus ranging from keyed cars to domestic violence calls.
Tuesday's #citycouncil meeting focused on a presentation given by #RiodeFlag flood control project coordinators. Council also authorized a proposal that will fund programs for Flagstaff's disabled population. @CityofFlagstaff
Men were encouraged to strap on high heels and parade the streets of Flagstaff Oct. 12.
It can feel restricting to be a college student without a car. Feeling stuck in one city is not always a good feeling, but some NAU students benefit from being carless.
Latinx Heritage Month started Sept. 15 and runs until Oct. 15. NAU is hosting multiple events throughout the month that celebrates the culture for every student to enjoy.
NAU is celebrating Disability Heritage Month this October, and experts encourage the community to join the conversation about recognizing local individuals’ accomplishments in the disability rights movements.
The Museum of Northern Arizona has brought the power of Jedi and Sith together through showcasing Native American art with the common theme of Star Wars.
True freshman Hendrix Johnson came into the Lumberjack's offense and took a leadership role among the other receivers. His success is allowing the Lumberjacks to average 38.7 points per game and a 3-3 overall record.
The Lumberjacks traveled this Sunday to win their second conference game of the year 2-0 over the Northern Colorado Bears. Sophomore forward Ana Rivera scored her first goal of the season.
Down 2-0 heading into the third set, the Lumberjacks dug deep and found the motivation to take home a much needed win.
All positive public opinion that is left of Trump should be completely derailed. The impeachment inquiry should have an affect on his reelection efforts.
The golden participation trophy that goes out to everyone isn’t what gets kids to the big leagues. Confidence and hard work does.
Cold weather makes for a more desolate state of mind. NAU's current mental health resources are not sufficient for students to make it through the winter in good spirits.