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Photo of a previous MAP grant rally in Springfield.
NIU’s Student Association will host a March on Springfield Lobby Day. Marchers will protest cuts to funding of MAP grants and other areas impacting NIU, including faculty and staff pensions and the university’s operating budget. Transportation to and from the event will be provided by the Student Association; the Student Association has requested faculty are...
NIU’s Latino Resource Center, the Center for Latino and Latin American Studies, the Student Association and the Women’s Resource Center will host author Ana Castillo from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, in Room 100 of the Visual Arts Building. This is the featured event of Latino Heritage Month. Castillo will host a lecture...
Want to have a rockin’ Labor Day Weekend? The NIU Student Association is sponsoring “Huskie Shuffle,” three days of events tied to Saturday’s NIU football game vs. Army. Events begin at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, in Central Park with a pep rally that includes music, free food and free T-shirts. A Greek Block Party...
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...
DeKalb County Clerk and Recorder John Acardo (second from left), meets with SA President Elliot Echols (far left); Treasurer Jeremy Sanchez (third from left); and Jordan Clevy, the assistant treasurer. Not pictured is Austin Quick, speaker of the senate.
DeKalb County Clerk and Recorder John Acardo met Wednesday, June 29, with leaders of the NIU Student Association. As an NIU alum, Acardo is committed at continuing to strengthen the “town-gown” ties between the community and campus. The main topic of conversation was how the Office of the DeKalb County Clerk and Recorder can help spark...
Hugo Jacobo
NIU senior political science major and honors student Hugo Jacobo is interning this spring in Washington, D.C., with Congressman Luis Gutierrez, for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. According to the institute’s website, the purpose of the internship is to “expose young Latinos to the legislative process and to strengthen their professional and leadership skills, ultimately promoting...
Logos of Elect Her, Running Start and Women's Campaign Forum
Northern Illinois University has been selected as one of 11 colleges from across the nation and Jamaica that will host Elect Her – Campus Women Win in 2011, a unique campus-based program that teaches women how to run for campus-based elective office. The program, a collaboration between the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and...
Logo of the 2010 MAC Championship
Support your Huskies at the MAC Championship! The game takes place Friday Dec. 3, at Ford Field in Detroit. NIU students can participate in the bus trip sponsored by the Student Association and Campus Activities Board. The $20 package includes one game ticket and bus transportation to and from Ford Field. The bus leaves at...
Eric Calmeyer (left) and Don Gereau
NIU’s Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management celebrated former NIU Student Association (SA) presidents Saturday, Oct. 9, with the Huskie Pride Reception.  President John G. Peters and Brian O. Hemphill, vice president for Student Affairs & Enrollment Management, welcomed former SA presidents back to campus—a group that spanned four decades.  The day’s events included...
Robert Sorsby, NIU’s new student trustee, was sworn in Thursday morning before the meeting of the Academic Affairs, Student Affairs and Personnel Committee of the Board of Trustees. Sorsby, whose term officially began July 1, is a senior who expects to graduate next May with a bachelor of science degree in business administration and a minor...
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