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Mark your calendar for Saturday, April 22, for your chance to get a look at the NIU football team at the 2017 Huskie Bowl! Prior to the Huskie Bowl, bring family and friends out for fun, food and more at the Communiversity Block Party from noon-2:00 p.m. between Ralph McKinzie Baseball Field and Chessick Practice...
The NIU Department of Communication is preparing to raise the curtain on its popular Reality Bytes Independent Student Film Festival at the Jameson Auditorium, located inside the university’s Cole Hall. Free and open to the public, the 16th annual festival will feature student-film screenings from 9 to 11 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, and Wednesday, April...
Four NIU scholars have been chosen to present their work at the 31st Annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) this month. NCUR is sponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR), a national not-for-profit educational organization focused on providing undergraduate research opportunities for faculty and students at all institutions serving undergraduate students. CUR was founded...
WNIJ 89.5 FM is pleased to announce a new fundraising project, Preserve Public Radio and Plant a Tree, which aims to raise $125,000 to protect and preserve public radio without interrupting programs. This project, which began on Saturday, April 1, is designed to help sustain our national forests, too. WNIJ is teaming up with the...
Want to be healthier, contribute to lower pollution and stimulate the local economy? Eating locally grown food can help you do all three! At the next STEM Café, “Our Daily Spread: Local Farms, Community Gardens and Access to Healthy Food,” local experts will discuss the promises and challenges of today’s local food movement. The free...
NIU students in need of extra help with their classwork now have a one-stop shop for locating tutors and other academic support on campus. A newly launched landing page for tutoring and academic support services provides a centralized hub of information. Features include a search tool that allows students to find course-specific assistance, links to all...
The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball tournaments are underway, and college hoops fans across the country are coming down with their yearly case of “March Madness.” In just a couple of months, Northern Illinois University will host a collegiate national championship tournament of its own when the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Golf...
Enjoy a great day with Huskie Athletics, get a look at the NIU football team and bring the family out for fun, food and more for FREE at the 2017 NIU Athletics Communiversity Block Party and Huskie Bowl Spring Football Scrimmage. The Communiversity Block Party will have an obstacle course, bounce house, quarterback toss, interactive...
A school that offers the opportunities of a large university while providing the personalized experience of a small college belongs on a Top 10 list. That is why Northern Illinois University is ranked third among public colleges and universities in Illinois, and ninth overall on the College Choice list of the 25 Best Colleges in...
The NIU Student Dietetic Association and Bread for the World invite everyone to Empty Bowls, 4:30-6:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 29, in Adams Hall, the Chandler Room. Empty Bowls is an international grassroots effort to raise both money and awareness in the fight to end hunger. The NIU Student Dietetic Association will donate all proceeds to the Huskies Student Food Pantry and Hope...
The Holmes Student Center (HSC) is pleased to announce the re-purposing of the former TCF Bank office on the Ground Level to be utilized by the NIU Police Department as a new substation, effective on Monday, March 20. The substation will be staffed regularly by officers who can aide students while planning social events on...
The NIU School of Theatre and Dance will be performing Picnic, written by William Inge. This 1950’s romance will open on March 23 at the Diversions Lounge in the Holmes Student Center, 340 Carroll Ave in DeKalb. First written and performed in 1953, Inge’s play tells the story of a drifter named Hal making his...
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