Although waking up at 6:30 a.m. was predictably difficult, pursuing sustainability and participating on a farm made for a memorable trip.


Protesters across the city, state and country continue to call for justice and reform following the death of #GeorgeFloyd. Since protests began about two weeks ago, all four police officers involved in the death of Floyd have been charged.


Many small businesses and corporate chains are reopening their doors for a new, normal way to shop. Customers can now schedule private shopping sessions at some of their favorite stores, such as the @basementmarket.

While 2020 @NAU graduates are gearing up to join the working world or pursue master’s degrees, economists are predicting a major recession. @NAUAlumni have advice for economic concerns of this year's graduating class.


As their undergraduate careers come to a close, the parents of @NAU graduates share words of pride and advice for their graduating students.

With the sudden transition to online learning, many @NAU professors saw their senior students for the last time without knowing it. Professors reminisce about their time with the class of 2020.

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Participants of Pat’s Run were encouraged by @pattillmanfnd to complete their 4.2 miles on their own. Its location may have changed, but its purpose remained the same.

.@NAU students are staying fit during quarantine using routines from coaches at @NAUAthletics and from social media fitness icons like @BarrysBootcamp.

As senior lecturer @AnnetteMcGivney announced her retirement, @jackscentral staff say goodbye to the @NAU professor.

Professors and students have gone through a big adjustment with online learning. For students who may be struggling or are worried about tackling finals online, there's no need to fret.

As #COVID19 cases increase in northern Arizona, nonprofit organizations are struggling to continue providing services. The Arizona Community Foundation (@AzFoundation) of Flagstaff is working to support those vital organizations.

Staying busy while social distancing can be a challenge. Some @NAU students are passing the time in various ways, such as baking, playing video games or spending time with family.

Despite a lack of physical community interaction due to COVID-19, businesses such as Human Nature Dance Theatre have found technology as a way to connect with one another to be a part of #creativeflagstaff.


The need for face masks has grown with #COVID19. Flagstaff locals have been helping in conjunction with organizations like @DaysforGirls by hand-sewing fabric face masks with the recent project #Masks4Millions.


Jamie Whelan’s mayoral candidacy has been one that not only encompasses the #Flagstaff community as a whole but also empowers women to pursue positions of leadership across the city.

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.

While the Route 66 Car Club of Flagstaff look cool cruising through town, they also give back to the community in many ways. The car club participates in shows and contributes to local charities, just to name a few.

.@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.