A poem from print chief and Golden Axe recipient @ash_lohmann titled "For the love of scars."
Tim Bentley began his path to a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism in 1987. After hitting some bumps along the way, he finished his education and will graduate from @NAU as part of the fall 2021 class.
.@NAUAlumni share their experiences in the world outside of college and the tips and tricks necessary to give students a leg up in the job market.
A professor can be seen as a role model to students, someone that inspires them to reach their full potential. Lessons taught by professors can stick with students for a lifetime.
NAU is providing a grief group for those facing the death of a loved one. This group allows faculty and staff members from any department at the university to speak to others struggling with loss.
NAU students have auditioned for, come together and created a devised project within NAU’s Theatre Department. This new method of storytelling is allowing them to work more independently and creatively.
Students are always hearing it from teachers, parents and even business owners: Gain work experience that makes you stand out among peers, internships are crucial. But, what is the reality?
Communities living on reservations are strongly experiencing the global climate crisis. From droughts to drier climates, families are having to adapt to protect their culture and traditions.
NAU Green Fund is launching a new project that will bring composting to Hotel and Restaurant Management, in addition to educating students on composting sustainability.
Having a pet can significantly impact someone’s mental well-being, whether it is a small or big difference. For some people, they can even be considered heroes due to the companionship they provide.
Large crowds, rickety rides, cheap food and the 2000’s greatest hits — just what everyone has been waiting for. NAU’s Homecoming Carnival was in full swing on Oct. 15, and students were glad to be back.
Transportation services on campus and throughout Flagstaff are necessary, but sometimes unreliable. Quite a few buses, in particular, have already led students to bad experiences.
@Official_ASNAU donated to the LGBTQIA scholarship fund, making it endowed so that it will continue to generate money. This, along with a resolution written to protect transgender and gender diverse students, aims to continue to protect students of all sexualities.
From utility-built Gladiators to luxury-intended Land Rovers, @OverlandExpo has something for everyone. From camping and overlanding to expeditions, if being outdoors is the game, then Overland Expo is the name.
Formerly Greenhouse of Flagstaff, the Noble Herb dispensary gets a new name and location, but its core values and business model stays the same.
The COVID-19 pandemic has left people in difficult financial situations leading them to food banks. Now, restrictions are easing and people are finding new ways to cope.
COVID-19 has become such a prominent aspect of everyday lives, and college students concurred that the pandemic has even begun to shape their studies and career paths.
Flagstaff’s increasing population is having negative impacts on the mountain town’s nature. The community is taking a step to lessen Flagstaff’s environmental footprint.
NAU has its first Latino president — @NAUPresident — which gives the university much to celebrate during Hispanic Heritage Month. Special events are scheduled and hosted by the Latinx Student Union.