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NIU students chat near Altgeld Hall
Returning students will be met with a number of changes on campus this fall, including the change of the name of the College of Education’s Department of Teaching and Learning (TLRN) to the Department of Special and Early Education (SEED). Along with the name change, the College of Education has realigned programs within three departments:...
Andrew Frame
Northern Illinois men’s golfer Andrew Frame was named one of 138 Division I Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars, the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) announced on Wednesday, July 20. To become the 12th Huskie men’s golfer to garner the GCAA honor, the fifth-year senior had to be a junior or senior academically, compete in at...
Andrew Frame and Tim Kay
Northern Illinois seniors Andrew Frame and Tim Kay were named to the 2010-11 Men’s Golf Academic All-Mid-American Conference Team, the league announced Tuesday. After both Frame and Kay garnered the honors as sophomores, the duo did it again in their final season as Huskies to give the program its 19th and 20th all-time academic all-conference...
Cora Caulfield
Senior Cora Caulfield of the Northern Illinois women’s track and field team was named Mid-American Conference Female Scholar Athlete of the Week this week. Caulfield, a native of Fox Lake, Ill., was one of 10 event winners for the Huskies at the Viking Olympics at Augustana College on Saturday, March 26. Facing cold and windy...
Marge Gillis
Marge Gillis, an administrative secretary in the College of Education’s Department of Teaching and Learning from 1977 until her retirement in July of 2002, died Wednesday, Dec. 8, in Sycamore. She was 82.
Lauren Wicinski
Gina (Graf) Wicinski, a Huskie standout on the volleyball court from 1983 to 1986, is among the team’s all-time statistical leaders in one category after the next. But there’s a player on the court this fall who many suspect will eclipse those marks and rewrite the record book. Wicinski couldn’t be more thrilled—and proud. That’s...