As the semester rolls into week eight, students and faculty continue to adapt to the new hybrid learning model. Although challenges presented themselves, professors say virtual learning is a suitable channel to deliver a successful educational environment.

While NAU and the Arizona Board of Regents search for President Cheng's eventual replacement, it is worth looking back on her six-year tenure at the university. 

Increases in overdoses and deaths associated with blue-colored pills containing fentanyl are on the rise in northern Arizona recently, and police have responded to multiple incidents involving them.

@NAU began offering in-person classes to students on Aug. 31, which generated varying opinions between both students and professors. 

.@NAUPresident Rita Cheng has announced that she will not extend her contract with @NAU and will be leaving the university leadership starting in June 2021. The Arizona Board of Regents (@AZRegents) also weighed in on Cheng’s announcement.

With in-person classes starting in less than three weeks, university housing is facing a new normal in terms of keeping on-campus residents safe during the pandemic, especially when students test positive. 

President Robbins shared an email with faculty, staff and students at the UA on Friday morning, specifically outlining graduated furloughs and percentage pay cuts for university employees.

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The moon was only a sliver when the first gunshot echoed from the parking lot next to the Health and Learning Center. It's been over a year since the influx of state and national media, the NAU Alerts and the shooting which wounded the Lumberjack and Flagstaff community.

With fears that sustainability programs around NAU will suffer from neglect with no director, administration officials are now conducting a search for an interim director to run the Office of Sustainability.


No one knows how it happened or whodunit, but a decapitated Louie statue has campus scratching its head.

President Rita Cheng along with many NAU administrators hosted a forum at the Highland Country Conference Center to discuss the current state and future of the university.

After 12 years of providing students secure transportation, NAU's Safe Ride program has been discontinued and is pending review. It will return temporarily for Homecoming and Family Weekend.

While senators in the confirmation hearing continue to review the FBI report, survivors of sexual assault stood together in front of NAU's University Union to share their stories and protest Supreme Court Nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.