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Northern Illinois University will celebrate safety during the month of October in recognition of the Crime Prevention Month, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Fire Prevention Week.  During this month, the university will promote awareness of the safety programs it has in place as well as offer safety tips for the university community. At NIU, staff...
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Northern Illinois University reminds students, faculty and staff of the safety resources available to them on the NIU website. “The NIU safety website offers important and useful information that students will need daily, in stormy weather and during occasional emergencies,” said Kathy Buettner, vice president for the Division of University Relations. “The resources contained within...
With warm, summer-like weather returning to Northern Illinois University, more and more students are heading outdoors for recreation.  While the warm weather brings new opportunities for fun and excitement, there is also the potential to be a victim of crime against their person or property. Whether considering Clery Act data posted on the NIU website...
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An audio test of the emergency alert system on campus is scheduled from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Friday, March 16, in four buildings: Davis Hall Faraday Hall La Tourette Hall Gabel Hall The test will be a human voice at normal decibel levels simply indicating that the test is only a “test” (and not an...
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Severe weather has already impacted parts of Illinois and neighboring states thus far in 2012, and during Illinois’ Severe Weather Awareness Week, which runs through March 10, Northern Illinois University reminds all students, faculty, staff and visitors to be prepared for severe weather conditions such as flooding, thunderstorms and tornadoes and have emergency plans in...
NIU is dedicated to providing a safe campus community. And you can help. Last fall, NIU established the Stay Safe initiative, a program designed to allow students, faculty and staff to express their concerns about safety issues on campus. Stay Safe is a monitored e-mail suggestion box that allows NIU security, building services and facilities...
Student, parents, faculty and staff can stay on top of campus safety online. The NIU website offers important and useful information that students will need daily, in stormy weather and during occasional emergencies, said Kathy Buettner, Vice President for the Division of University Relations. The page can be found at http://www.niu.edu/emergencyinfo/index.shtml. Within the website is...
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  Had Dorothy left her Kansas home for the secure, StormReady confines of NIU, she would have had no need to fear the twister that whirled through her quaint rural town before sending her to Oz. For the ninth consecutive year, NIU has been certified as a StormReady University by the National Weather Service for...
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