NAU students shared stories of some of their most unique thanksgiving mishaps, from cooking failures to awkward guest appearances.
For first time and seasoned gardeners alike, the Flagstaff Community Seed Swap gave an opportunity to learn about different types of seeds and even take them home to try. Located at the Coconino County Cooperative Extension, this community event was free to the public and attendees were not …
Sunshine Rescue Mission and Flagstaff Shelter Services are two shelters in town that offer numerous services, including hot meals and clothing, to those in need year round and throughout the impending holiday season.
Social media cleanses have become commonplace among media users over the past few years. Even NAU students have seen the value in cleansing themselves of social media and interacting with those around them.
Veterans all over the country are recognized on Veterans Day, but there are veterans right here walking around NAU's campus every day. Veteran students at NAU pursue degrees and careers just as wholeheartedly as any traditional college student.
Mental health is sometimes seen as a taboo subject, but student artist Dana Kamberg is working to change the stigma associated with mental health issues.
Flagstaff's local barbershop, Kuttz Barber College is helping the community in more ways than one. Cutting hair is just the beginning when it comes to Jabarha "Kutt" Nichols' shop.
After a brief halt from touring and a full-time music career to build their families, The Senators are back and ready as ever to take the music world by storm.
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.
With climate change becoming a larger issue each day, children are beginning to take matters into their own hands. After all, they’re the ones inheriting the planet.
With the annual @FLG_SciFest Festival of Science just around the corner, locals are buzzing with excitement in anticipation of moonwalker Charlie Duke's involvement.