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Alexa Dumity: Keeping it newsworthy
MFA student, Alexa Dumity makes her mark in media.
Jake Rapp is a pioneer in a new degree field
When he graduates this May, Rapp will be the second student from Northern Arizona University to be granted a Philosophy, Politics, and Law (PPL) degree.
Iron Will: Matagi Sorenson
As a young boy, Matagi Sorensen believed it was unlikely he’d have the opportunity to attend a university.
The Next Chapter: Alissa Greenberg
In four years, Alissa Greenberg has accomplished more than many do in a lifetime.
Kyle Beloin: Leaving a Legacy
Kyle Beloin, a senior political science and philosophy major, is driven to make a positive difference.
Randi Ringnes; Overcoming Adversity Through Passion
Art History alumna, Randi Ringnes, graduated last May with three minors and top grades—all while dealing with a serious brain condition.
Paul Ferlazzo, Professor Emeritus of English, has recently published "Poetry and the American Presidency."
Chelsea Hightower, a sophomore theatre major was cast in the lead of Mother Hicks.
Opera Student prepares for a bright future
Emily Williams, Comparative Cultural Studies student
Emily Williams, Comparative Cultural Studies alumna helps families deal with loss
Canton Symphony hires NAU alumna
The Canton Symphony, in Ohio, has announced the hiring of a new assistant conductor, Rachel Waddell.
Jessalyn Carpino, Art History Major, Wins Presidents Award
Jessalyn Carpino, Art History major wins President's Award. Other CAL students win Gold Axe Awards...
NAU takes 'Lace' at face value
NAU professor of theatre Bob Yowell and his cast have elected to present the beloved play "Arsenic and Old Lace" just as it was intended,
Review: NAU Opera production ably showcases department's talent
Northern Arizona University's School of Music has provided a banquet of musical delights during this past academic year.
Passions run high in 2 Puccini operas
Continuing a long-established tradition of bringing the finest of opera theater to the Northern Arizona University..
Flagstaff's Chorale Debut At Carnegie Hall
This weekend, New York City’s Carnegie Hall will host a choral festival with a northern Arizona flair.
Edith Copley promoted to Regents’ professor appointment
Three faculty members from Northern Arizona University have been promoted to Regents’ professors.
Change is in the air for 'Dancing at Lughnasa'
It's not easy making ends meet in the summer of 1936 for the Mundy family in the fictional town of Ballybeg in Ireland.
NAU Film Series: Life as a banquet
At the halfway point of our Warner Brothers Franchise season, we've seen one gangster shot down on church steps and another killed...
"Dancing at Lughnasa" evokes triumph over tragedy
Preparing for an upcoming theatrical performance requires quite a bit of effort.
Bonjour de force
Cafes. Baguettes. The City of Lights. The Eifel Tower. Montmartre. The Chat Noir. Lapin Agile. When it comes to France, Paris and all of its...
Dancing at Lughnasa brings comedic misfortune to NAU stage
A stone wall curves upstage framing a small kitchen. The fireplace, sink and various pieces of wooden furniture are
Cornel West tells crowd at NAU that education matters
When Cornel West defines "education," he is quick to point out that there's "schooling" and there's true education --
School of Music students merge music and entrepreneurism
At one point in their student careers in the Northern Arizona University School of Music...
'The Searchers': A racist frontier myth?
It is not easy to defend a movie like "The Searchers."
Young Love at Cline Library
For Valentine's Day, the NAU Arts and Letters film series presents a memorable study of young love.
Bogart wouldn't give two cents for a dame with no temper
The plot of "High Sierra" is familiar: a veteran criminal near the end of his career receives an assignment to rob a mountain resort.