‘Light it up Blue’ for autism awareness

As students, staff, faculty, family members, community and neighbors, autism touches us all. To help raise awareness, every April, Autism Speaks, along with the United Nations and international community, celebrates its month-long campaign, “Light It Up Blue.” The campaign kicks off with World Autism

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NIU Jazz Ensemble releases new CD

The NIU Jazz Ensemble is wrapping up a busy year with the release of a new CD that is already garnering international acclaim. The new CD, entitled “Footprints,” was recorded live at NIU last April. The NIU Jazz Ensemble has nine musicians,

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Rokerthon 3 update

In February, we invited NBC’s Al Roker to NIU for Rokerthon 3. For the past two years Al Roker has traveled the country for Rokerthon breaking world records while doing live weather forecasts. This year Roker invited colleges and universities to create

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Speaker to address Islamophobia and American politics

The Muslim Student Association, in partnership with Better Together and the Presidential Commission on Interfaith Initiatives is hosting “Islamophobia and American Politics,” a presentation featuring guest speaker Hind Makki. Hind Makki is an interfaith educator who develops and delivers trainings on civic

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“At the Table” with Suzanne Degges-White

The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) is inviting the university community to participate in its monthly At the Table discussion with Suzanne Degges-White, chair and professor of the Department of Counseling and Counselor Education.  This discussion will focus on helping participants improve their ability to distinguish between healthy and toxic relationships

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