Midterm season at NAU has yielded some odd police reports such as apartment food thieves and moved vehicles.
“I can claim a high ground, and I can pretend — at the end of the day — that my job is more important than student lives,” an anonymous resident assistant said. “But it’s not. My job is about student lives.”
During a virtual meeting Oct. 13, Flagstaff City Council responded to student outcry regarding traditional policing methods in the wake of Black Lives Matter (@Blklivesmatter) protests.
Here’s a look into the political views of candidates in Arizona’s sixth congressional district, which include funding education and legalizing recreational marijuana this election season.
A 53-year-old Flagstaff resident was found unresponsive at Butler Avenue and San Fransisco Street Tuesday morning and was later pronounced dead at Flagstaff Medical Center. Investigations are ongoing.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused an influx of mental health cases and an increase in substance abuse and overdoses. The loss of jobs as well as social isolation contributed to this negative impact on mental health in the United States.
With masks required in all buildings and other crowded areas on campus, this mandatory safety precaution can sometimes create confusions — even to a criminal extent.
Given the current election year’s circumstances and President Trump’s recent COVID-19 diagnosis, questions regarding the presidential succession have arisen. An NAU political science professor said the answers vary.
As the presidential race approaches its final stage, Arizona could potentially swing blue. While younger generations take to the polls, the state has started to lean more Democratic.
With more rooms recently assigned for quarantine and isolation, student workers provide services for those who have tested positive for COVID-19.
How is social media affecting the overall wellness of U.S. citizens during the pandemic? @TikTok is on the rise, but there are still social and political consequences of its usage.
Coconino County’s COVID-19 case numbers increased again after a quiet summer with fewer infections, which raises the question about NAU’s reopening potentially leading to more spread around the Flagstaff area.
With the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions dwindling down and things starting to open back up, there has been a lot of business in Flagstaff’s hotels.
As the search for a new @NAU president continues, the Arizona Board of Regents (@AZRegents) asks Flagstaff community members for feedback regarding qualities they would like to see in the next university president.
As the @AZRegents finished a three-day round of virtual meetings Friday, @NAUPresident, @michaelcrow and @UArizonaPres prepared presentations for the audience.
Senior David Alaniz pushes a moving cart, Sept. 24, 2020, after NAU required him to relocate from Campus Heights to another residence. Alaniz, along with other students from Campus Heights, has been forced to relocate as the complex has been turned into COVID-19 quarantine housing. (Photo by…
Entering week eight of the semester, NAU’s mountain campus yielded some strange police reports, which included missing bathroom signs and suspected hacking activity.