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NIU’s Counseling Lab invites women to “Under Construction: Developing Our Sense of Self,” a psychoeducational group that will focus on topics of relationships, self-esteem, wellness, career choices and “what it means to be you.” The group will meet from 3 to 4:30 p.m. for 10 Tuesdays, beginning Feb. 15, in Graham Hall 416. Women interested...
Tim Griffin
Section 19.4 of the NIU Bylaws requires that an annual review of the performance of the ombudsman be conducted by the University Affairs Committee of the University Council. The individual to be reviewed at this time is Tim Griffin. The position description for the ombudsman is available online. NIU students, faculty and staff are invited...
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The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences External Programming will host the 2011 Northern Illinois Regional History Fair Saturday, Feb. 26, in the Holmes Student Center. The history fair provides a venue for junior high and high school students to test their merits as scholars while exploring local history. Volunteers are needed to judge the students’...
The NIU College of Business fared extremely well in a recent BusinessWeek magazine story citing a 2010 survey of senior-level students across the country ranking how well their business school integrated ethics into the curriculum. An overwhelming majority of NIU business students gave the college’s BELIEF Initiative an “A.” That level of satisfaction ranked second only...
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Six talented young musicians will perform at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5, during the annual Honors Recital. They are the recipients of talent scholarships awarded by the NIU Community School of the Arts after a rigorous audition held in early January.
Julia Bentley
Chicago mezzo-soprano Julia Bentley will join members of the Avalon String Quartet as they continue their 2010-11 season at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9, in the NIU Music Building’s Boutell Memorial Concert Hall.
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The video created by Justin Brenneman isn’t the greatest thing since sliced bread. It is sliced bread, with a creative twist. The NIU communication major from Naperville is a finalist in a video contest sponsored by the Youngstown, Ohio-based Schwebel Baking Company, more commonly known as Schwebel’s. As part of a course last fall teaching...
Black History Month
A month full of activities the NIU community has planned in celebration of Black Heritage Month 2011 will begin Tuesday, Feb. 1.
The Memorandum
Tales of spies, paranoia and fear of government control commonly draw on the historical situations during which they were written. Václav Havel’s Czechoslovakian satire, “The Memorandum,” was written in 1965 under the Communist thumb of the Soviet Union. The Northern Illinois University School of Theatre and Dance will perform “The Memorandum” from Thursday, Feb. 3,...
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Opening ceremonies begin at 7 p.m. in Carl Sandburg Auditorium of the Holmes Student Center. The speaker will be Lasana Hotep, the lead consultant of Hotep Consultants and a student affairs staff member at Arizona State University in Tempe.
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It’s cold outside! Come warm up with a free cup of hot soup and warm bread sticks while learning more about how to be successful at NIU. NIU’s Office of Student Academic Success is launching Soup & Success, a series of workshops that are student-centered and encourage student success initiatives. Each is based on a topic critical being a...
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The NIU College of Business is celebrating its 50th birthday, but the first present will go to the winner of the contest to officially name the year-long celebration of that milestone. Suggestions for the theme can be submitted online through Friday, Feb. 18. The winning slogan will be included on all materials promoting the anniversary....
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