Dungeons & Dragons campaign creators bring collaborative magic to NAU through private campaigns, the NAU Roleplaying Game Club and The Geekery’s new LARPing events.
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 …
Take a deep breath before listening to junior Sierra Bryan’s album, “Breathing in, Breathing Out,” as emotions and experiences present in her music can be relatable for many NAU students.
Look at how some of NAU’s students kept entertained amid the global pandemic. Whether it be picking up new activities from TikTok or reversing a sleep schedule, everyone did something different.
Strong Mouse Merino is more than your average Arizona sheep farm. Owner Dulcy Perkins also educates the community on sustainability with sheep fiber crafts.
Curious on what it is like to ride the campus buses in a pandemic? NAU’s University Transit Services explained its plan for preventing the spread of COVID-19.
A pandemic offers the prime opportunity for people to reevaluate their health. Locals are able to learn about nutrition and food sourcing at Roots Micro Farm.
Three NAU graduate students received a prestigious award through a NASA program that will allow them to continue researching in their respective interests.
Take a deep breath and dive into the deep end of the political pool. Students need to be conscious of what is going on around them, but there can be fun ways to do that.
Activism artists use humanity as their superpower to bring momentum to important issues. In 2020, with COVID-19, the looming election and #BlackLivesMatter, activism art is of prime importance.
The Grand Canyon Trust and Save The Confluence are two groups with a great history of protecting the Colorado Plateau. As the organizations continue to mold the flourishing of the Grand Canyon and its surrounding areas, you can get involved, too!
Though none can compete with the reigning champion that is in-person classes, in this corner we have Collaborate Ultra and in this corner is @zoom_us. Which do students and teachers prefer?
Just because this semester is different from previous years, that doesn't mean that advice from upperclassmen isn’t useful. Take notes, freshmen, as some upperclassmen of NAU share their words of wisdom.
NAU's online classes are going online soon and that can bring forth a lot of questions and wariness about a virtual learning environment. Luckily, online tutors and programs are available to help.
With social distancing measures and remote instruction in place, it can be hard for students to get to know their classmates, especially the freshmen beginning their careers at NAU this upcoming semester. So, why not start getting to know the class of 2024?
One of the main challenges for students during the upcoming fall semester will be cultivating social connections within classes. While study buddies seem crucial when finals roll around, turning classmates into friends can affect one’s mental well-being, especially now.
NAU’s School of Communication faces new leadership as Laura Umphrey takes over the position as the school's director. Umphrey aims to help the School of Communication succeed, even through a semester of uncertainty.
Fear not, apartment and dorm dwellers. Experts insist that with the right resources and enough research, even college students with small spaces and busy schedules can be great plant parents.