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NIU’s Residence Hall Association will host Spring 2016 RHA Week: “Home Away From Home.” RHA wants to make sure that all residents feel at home when living on campus at NIU! Bring your friends to these events: All residents are encouraged to attend the General Assembly Meeting at 9 p.m. Monday, March 28, in the...
NIU’s dietetic interns are planning special dinners this week in the dining halls. Mike and Amanda’s 1920s You are cordially invited from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday, March 7, to celebrate a Roaring 20s Dinner Party at Neptune Dining Hall. Enjoy classics from the 1920s, including glazed ham, Caesar salad, pineapple upside-down cake and a...
Northern Illinois University will maintain in-state, undergraduate tuition at the current level through the 2016-17 academic year. Members of the NIU Board of Trustees agreed today with President Doug Baker’s recommendation for no increase in tuition for full-time students. Costs for room and board also will remain at current levels through the spring semester of...
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NIU’s Residence Hall Association is hosting its fall RHA Week from through Friday, Nov. 20. Come out for some food, fun and international education. Monday, Nov. 16: Stir Fry Bar Enjoy stir fry during our general assembly meeting New Hall Swing Space, 9 to 11 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 17: DIY-Versity Craft Night Create one or...
Give and Go! Move Out 2015
With the end of the spring semester and students packing up for the summer break, Northern Illinois University is preparing for the annual flood of unwanted household items typically discarded by students departing on-campus housing. Students leaving campus encounter storage and car trunks that can only hold so much, and often leave perfectly good clothes,...
Give and Go! Move Out 2014
Each semester since the fall of 2012, Northern Illinois University’s Institute for the Study of the Environment, Sustainability, and Energy, along with Housing and Dining, has partnered with Goodwill Industries of Northern Illinois to collect usable goods. Since the beginning of the partnership, more than 30,000 pounds of items have been collected and diverted from...
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Huskie Hot Topics is a residential education programming series sponsored by Housing & Dining to assist residential students in achieving success while at NIU. Each program is designed to address one of the five learning outcomes as outlined in the Housing & Dining Residential Curriculum: Managing personal relationships Creating an inclusive climate within the community...
DIP DODGE DUCK DIVE ... RELAX?
Housing & Dining invites students to become part of the “New Hall Network.” The New Hall Network is a series of events designed to help students succeed academically and to prepare them for career success as well. All of the events focus on the different aspects and dimensions of being successful, starting in the classroom...
Gilbert Hall
NIU Housing and Dining has expanded seating in Gilbert Hall. Patronage by residents, faculty, and staff at Gilbert last semester caused a shortage of available seating during peak lunch and dinner hours. Residents and other patrons appealed to unit managers, as well as to administrators in Residential Dining, and their pleas for furniture were heard....
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It’s finals time, which also means that it is time for the NIU “Give and Go!” project. The goal of the Give and Go! project is to keep materials out of landfills by making it very easy to donate useable items to Goodwill. Amid the chaos of student move outs, finals, and late night study...
Homecoming 2013
As NIU celebrates Homecoming week, student safety is a top priority for the campus and DeKalb communities. One of the ways the Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management promotes student safety is by recruiting volunteers to patrol areas of Greek Row, various areas on campus (including residence halls and Lincoln Highway) and Rec parties...
NIU President Doug Baker cuts the ribbon Thursday at Gilbert Hall.
Now it’s official. Newly renovated Gilbert Hall was “properly opened” with a ribbon-cutting ceremony following the Sept. 19 business meeting of the NIU Board of Trustees. “As a student at NIU, I was fortunate to experience all that on-campus living had to offer,” said board chair John Butler, recalling the many interactions he had and...
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