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The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps hosted a welcome bash to reintroduce the club on campus for the first time since COVID-19. During the Jan. 25 meeting, members were educated about individuals with disabilities.

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Most students left NAU campus in early December without much trouble, but due to record-breaking snow, returning took more work. 

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Sex trafficking does not seem like a small-town problem at first glance. However, when looking at the issue from the perspective of the Flagstaff Initiative Against Trafficking (FIAT), the plight of victims in the community is much more prevalent and complex.

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NAU’s Turning Point USA and Young Democrats branches met Friday, Dec. 2 to debate climate change, education and the electoral college to promote civil discussion in today’s world.

 

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Flagstaff mountain campus undergraduate students pay the @Official_ASNAU 23 fee every semester to fund campus-wide events, club reimbursements and study abroad scholarships. ASNAU is now proposing that the fee be raised in upcoming semesters.

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Ahead of Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, @NFL coordinators visited Southside Community Garden Nov. 11 as part of its community outreach. 

 

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Record sealing will now be one of three laws offered to help offenders seal their criminal record from the public, which will expand the types of aid available.