Weekend of Action: College Voter Move-in Registration

We are kicking off our student-voter outreach program for the 2020 cycle this weekend as the NAU students return. With 20,000 potential voters on the NAU campus, we can’t afford to wait until next year to begin to reach them. We’ll be hitting them as they settle in Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and we need […]

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College Voter Move-in Registration

We are kicking off our student-voter outreach program for the 2020 cycle this weekend as the NAU students return. With 20,000 potential voters on the NAU campus, we can’t afford to wait until next year to begin to reach them. We’ll be hitting them as they settle in Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and we need […]

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Weekend of Action: College Move-in Voter Registration

We are kicking off our student-voter outreach program for the 2020 cycle this weekend as the NAU students return. With 20,000 potential voters on the NAU campus, we can’t afford to wait until next year to begin to reach them. We’ll be hitting them as they settle in Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and we need […]

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A reminder about how schools used to be run

The recent news of the death of Sam Borozan, “Mr. NAU,” reminds this retired faculty member of a time when NAU was regarded (along with other state universities) as a place that was worthy of substantial public support. Both our state government and fellow citizens once valued as a public good that our public schools, […]

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Confederate Monuments: Whose History, Whose Heritage?

NAU Ethnic Studies Welcome Event: Reception at 5:30. Lecture at 7 p.m. Attendees may purchase a parking permit for use after 4:30 p.m. in either parking lot P61 or P62. ┬áThe closest kiosk is on McConnell Drive as you come off the freeway. The two lots are south of that. Once you park, walk northeast […]

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