As the #2020Election approaches, students have taken matters into their own hands. Whether it means joining a club, a campaign or attending an event, there are many ways students are addressing issues in their communities.
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 …
.@tomfilsinger is known around campus as a psychology instructor. However, in his spare time, he makes and produces card games, such as @ringofhonor inspired wrestling games, that have gained him recognition from celebrities and fans across the country @FilsingerGames.
Some individuals quiver in fear at the thought of solving a math problem while some love the challenge. However, the inclusion of women in the equation is a problem yet to be solved.
Roughly 200 million women across the globe are impacted by a chronic illness. These women weigh in on the actualities of living with @Endometriosis. #EndometriosisAwarenessMonth
Camp Colton and its nonprofit, Friends, help young students establish a relationship with their environment through a STEM-aligned program. The camp has been run by Flagstaff Unified School District (@FlagstaffUSD1) since 1976.
From the moon to Mars, Ray Jordan mapped it all. After moving to Flagstaff 54 years ago to kickstart his astrogeology career, Jordan shared details of his interstellar, cartographic passion while working with @USGS and how he's enjoyed life since retirement.
Freshman Marius Britt (@Mariusbritt) shares songs inspired by his college experience on his album “Room 135.” The album, which dropped Feb. 21, was written, recorded and produced single-handedly by Britt in his dorm room.
The short film “June Heist” presented by @UTVStudios was written and directed by Angela Houston and will be screened at the Phoenix Film Festival (@PhoenixFilmFest). Houston shares what it was like to direct the short film.
.@NauArmy ROTC was recently ranked No. 1 in the region. Students and staff in @NAU’s ROTC program often go above and beyond when it comes to military duties, as well as academics.
Adopting an animal in college can sometimes be unrealistic, but High Country Humane (@HiCountryHumane) helps students get their fix through fostering and volunteering at the organization.
The Tunnels (@thetunnelsmag), @NAU's literary journal for undergraduates, is closing. Those involved expressed their thoughts on the missed opportunity for future students.
While it may have been obsolete for decades, vinyl records have recently surged in sales. Local stores like Bookmans Entertainment Exchange (@bookmansflag) weigh in on the record sales and successes of LPs.
Whether it be a romantic relationship or a close friendship, being far away from a loved one can be difficult. NAU students shared their long-distance experiences and how they cope with the obstacle.
In a tech-savvy world, users of online dating are sometimes hesitant to acknowledge the truth of how they met. The idea of using an online dating app like @Tinder challenges the social norms of traditional dating.
Local bookstores and libraries impact small towns like Flagstaff in a big way. Most of the time, people don’t realize how much of an impact these places have on the community.
Attending college while working can be a balancing act. With the demanding requirements of classes and a job, students weigh in on the realities of working while also attending NAU.
Moving to Flagstaff and NAU can be a big adjustment with possible changes in weather, elevation and atmosphere. Transferring in the middle of the school year can be an additional challenge.
Many local Flagstaff businesses have shut their doors and factors such as minimum wage hikes, seasonal shopping and local government have all made an impact.
Lunar New Year is considered the planet’s largest annual migration of people. For some students, going home to celebrate was not an option for them. However, there were events on campus that provided students the opportunity to celebrate.
One may know the bigs and littles of Greek life, but there are also bigs and littles at Big Brothers Big Sisters. Flagstaff's chapter helps pave the road for future adults.
Plants provide more than just oxygen to breathe in. For Native Americans, plant, demonstrate a way of life through harmony and healing. This unique connection creates a force so strong it defines their culture.
Flagstaff's longtime residents offer their biggest pieces of advice to NAU students and discuss why an older generation's perspective can be valuable.
NAU students and faculty share their thoughts on turning New Year's resolutions into something more than lofty goals that are doomed to fail.
Senior out of state students are trying to reclaim their roots as they move back into their lives and homes before college. They had to acclimate very quickly to both the weather and the social expectations of society.