After the online school year beginning in fall 2020, NAU students are beginning to experience college life once again. However, the academic tendencies acquired by some students over the course of the last year may prove to be detrimental to their success moving forward.
Camp Colton turned 50 recently, and even though there can not be one big party due to the pandemic, the history is still celebrated with the official Camp Colton week.
The class of 2024 returned to a lively campus, which is significantly different than last year’s online learning. Students are back on campus and facing new challenges as the fall semester commences.
Summer livin’ has happened so fast. Whether moving back in with parents or finally moving out, a student's living situation can impact how they are coping with stress.
The class of 2021 has called @NAU home for the last four years. This is their goodbye to the unforgettable views of the San Francisco Peaks, the classes they memorized AP Style in and the busy pedways that got them across campus. #ClassOf2021
NAU Students have found innovative ways to stay stylish while being sustainable. The Flagstaff community and clubs like NAU’s Thrift Jacks help by upcycling clothing.
With vaccine outreach growing every day, current and incoming students hope for a normal fall within the job field and school but are acknowledging the associated challenges.
Sustainability has been an important issue for Flagstaff, and programs like the Adequate Water Supplies Program are working to address the current water conservation efforts.
April is sexual assault awareness month, and it is time students talk about this issue. The Student Health Advocacy Club (SHAC) is ready and set to go with its self-guided 5K.
NAU students are taking actions to combat paper waste on campus. The Green Fund has started a These Come From Trees sticker initiative to promote being sustainably conscious.
About one year into the pandemic, students are conquering the challenge of finding a relationship, even with the additional obstacles of restrictions and health risks.
Shift Kitchen’s bake sale, @shiftflg, is a tradition that leaves customers lining up outside the doors to get their hands on fresh and delicious baked goods.
The relationship between @NAU and Flagstaff is a complex alliance as these two sides navigate how to best interact. Students and Flagstaff residents share their experiences in a small town full of colorful cultures.
The SSLUG Garden is a way to help the NAU community learn about the benefits of food sustainability, to create change and to give back to the community.
Motorcycle enduro riding is captivating the attention of millions in the United States, and Coconino County is no exception to the adrenaline-filled hobby.
Looking for a reason to enjoy some cold beer? Dark Sky Brewing Company, @DarkSkyBrewing, and High Country Humane have partnered to bring Flagstaff citizens a worthwhile reason to knock a couple back.
As students find their home in Flagstaff, clubs are integral to create an atmosphere of belonging. Students from various on-campus organizations talk about being a part of some of the 375 clubs on campus and share tips on how to keep an effective schedule.