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NIU President John Peters leads the ribbon-cutting Monday at NIU’s new residence hall.
For the first time in nearly a half-century, NIU students, university leaders and their partners in the construction industry gathered to cut the ribbon on a new residence hall. NIU President John Peters led the afternoon ceremony to dedicate the new buildings, which will welcome 1,000 students next week. “This is truly a momentous occasion....
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Stevenson Hall will host its annual Last Bash program Saturday, April 28. The event will take place in the Chick Evans Field House from 3 to 6 p.m. and will offer multiple attractions for the NIU community. The event is free to all attendants, and families are encouraged to bring their children. The program will...
NI Guides enjoy the 2011 Huskie Bash
The role of NI Guides recently has expanded to include even more opportunities for involvement during Welcome Week 2012. One of the main NI Guide: Huskie Helper responsibilities during Welcome Week will include partnering with community advisers to encourage new student participation in Welcome Week events, which are scheduled this summer from Thursday, Aug. 23,...
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As part of Housing & Dining’s continuing efforts to enhance services to the residential campus community, Residential Dining has engaged Porter Khouw Consulting to assist in examining residential dining needs on campus. The consulting company will launch a survey for all NIU students Friday, Feb. 10. During an on-campus visit, Porter Khouw Consulting met with...
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NIU’s Grant Towers residence hall complex will host its annual signature program “Project R.E.D. – Residents Engaging in Diversity,” from Monday, Nov. 7, through Wednesday, Nov. 9. Project R.E.D. promotes a more diverse and aware campus through fun and engaging activities. Events are focused around acceptance and appreciation of the vast range of diversity on...
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Get ready for a fun and spooky fall with Neptune’s Haunted Hall! The Haunted Hall will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25, and Wednesday, Oct. 26, in the basement of Neptune North. This year’s theme is “Jack and Jill’s Playhouse” and will feature multiple spaces with a doll theme in the...
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The Off-Campus Housing Fair will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25, in the Capitol Room of the Holmes Student Center. As the season for signing leases for next fall is quickly approaching, this is a great opportunity for students to learn about a wide variety of living options in the...
The NIU University Honors Program, along with the Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management, has announced that its living-learning community, the Honors House, will move from Douglas Hall to the new residential complex when it opens for occupancy next August. The formal announcement was made by Christopher Jones, associate vice provost for University Honors,...
Looking for love? Think you’ve found that right one? How do you tell if they’re a lover — or a loser? Known as “America’s Real-Life Hitch,” David Coleman (aka “The Dating Doctor”) is coming to NIU to challenge his audience to make the most of their healthy relationships and rethink their unhealthy ones. NIU’s Division...
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