NAU homecoming week is full of different events. The carnival and bon fire are just two examples of things happening on campus.

Staying up all night to finish an assignment is nothing new for an NAU student, but how about producing an entire theater performance? Learn how NAU theater students did just that at this year's annual Helluva Time 24 Hour Theatre event.

Members of the NAU College Republicans (@republicans_nau) share what it’s like to be involved in a political club and what they do.

Students are responding to the pandemic by turning essential protective gear into self-expressive, political and colorful fashion statements.

REVIEW: “Savage Mode II” is finally here, and @21savage and @MetroBoomin didn’t let his fans down. The rapper’s highly anticipated third LP did not live up to expectation, nonetheless, it was a pleasant album to digest.

A blue reusable mask is left on the course of the Bear Jaw Groove Mountain Bike Race at the Arizona Nordic Center, Oct. 3, 2020. (Photo by Brian Burke)

Catching flights or something worse? @NAU students describe their experiences with study abroad programs being canceled. 

NAU students reflect on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s achievements as she strived for gender equality, equal pay protection and women’s rights during her time on the Supreme Court. 

 Flagstaff’s Galaxy Diner reopened Aug. 7 to bring classic 1950s food back to Flagstaff after a 13-month closure.

The Model U.N. Club at NAU is an academic club that helps its members learn about the practices of the U.N. Members expressed their thoughts on the celebration of International Day of Peace.

Fans of #TeamEdward can finally enjoy Edward Cullen’s perspective of his relationship with Bella Swan. While “Twilight” fans know the plot, this story includes details about Edward’s life that add more to his character. 

NAU students and faculty speak openly on how fellow Lumberjacks can help get involved during Suicide Prevention and Awareness Week, as well as provide mental health resources that are on campus. 

Empowering the thoughts of students is a key goal for the Associated Students for Intersectional Feminism. While focusing on current issues, the club allows students to speak their minds together.

NAU students and community members describe their thoughts on the events of 2020 and how they have spoken out to be heard by others.

@NAUYoungDems uses their platform and voice to spread awareness on politically important matters within the Flagstaff community and on a larger scale.  

The tragic death of @chadwickboseman reminded everyone that the actor was much more than a fictional comic book superhero. His generous acts and constant work in films while battling colon cancer made him a real-life superhero.

It has been nearly six years since the iconic video game #FarCry4 was released. Recently, the highly anticipated Far Cry 6 received its first trailer, and it had fans like myself eager to revisit some of Ubisoft’s greatest accomplishments.

The NAU Body Positivity Club is a new club looking to make an impact on one’s body image.  No matter what negative thoughts one may have about oneself, this club encourages positivity for all.

The gaming industry has made peoples’ lives easier by allowing them to interact with others farther away. Given the circumstances, gaming is also connecting people during the pandemic.

The night skies Flagstaff has to offer create perfect opportunities for anyone to begin stargazing, which can be an outlet for those looking for a way to destress.