Pride of the Philippines

‘Pride of the Philippines’ exhibit highlights indigenous, Muslim minorities

A new student-curated exhibition inside Founders Memorial Library explores the material culture of indigenous and Muslim minorities found throughout the Philippines, a nation with a diverse history and people. Together, says curator Anthonie Tumpag, an NIU graduate student in anthropology, these people

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International flags in front of Holmes Student Center

Nominations sought for outstanding international educators, students

NIU’s Division of International Affairs invites nominations for the 2015 awards to recognize outstanding practice in international education. Recognition is planned for: Outstanding International Educator Outstanding Department Contribution to International Education at NIU Outstanding Student Contribution to International Education (for a domestic

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Heide Fehrenbach

Heide Fehrenbach to talk on ‘Photography and the Imperiled Child’

On social media and in our newsfeeds and mailboxes, fundraising campaigns featuring needy or suffering children confront us on a daily basis. They seek to grab our attention, stimulate empathy, prick our moral conscience and open our wallets for a good cause.

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Max Essex

World-renowned HIV/AIDS researcher Max Essex to give NIU Lincoln Lecture

Harvard University’s Max Essex, one of the world’s leading researchers on HIV/AIDS, will visit NIU on Thursday, Oct. 1, to deliver the 12th annual installment of the W. Bruce Lincoln Endowed Lecture Series. Essex’s talk, titled “The Pandemic of HIV/AIDS: Fear and Denial

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