Northern Now: Winter 2014
Fifty-year-old public administration program at NIU looks to expand.Download the free Northern Now app!NIU celebrates opening of new indoor practice facility
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Cor Cantiamo, a choral group composed of NIU alumni, has contracted with Centaur Records for their first commercial recording,...Col. Brian E. Alvin, ’84, is the first NIU ROTC graduate to attain the rank of brigadier general.Peter Burchard, ’77, M.P.A. ’79, describes his experience with the NIU M.P.A. programCardinal & Black and Legacy members of the Alumni Association have been enjoying our new online career enhancement series....
NIU anthropologist among scientists announcing oldest primate skeleton.Danielle Dobies worked with NIU staff and community volunteers on a mural for the Women’s Studies Program.Alumna Linda Manning is the new director of NIU Press.This fall, the College of Business launched a program that will help students prepare for their professional careers.
A statue of three Siberian huskies guards the east entrance of the Kenneth and Ellen Chessick Practice Center.Students have been enjoying a new outdoor recreation sports complex this fall.Women's basketball has a busy start to their season.Of the new faces on the men’s basketball team, one is well-known to local Huskie fans: Jordan Threloff.
The Alumni Association received these responses to a Facebook post asking for favorite fall campus memories.Alumnus Donald Sitarz shares an experience of finding an NIU connection miles from Illinois.Alumnus Brendon Gallagher writes about his experience at the NIU-Iowa game.Ed.—The following letter comes from a participant in NIU’s Alumni Association travel program who arrived in Japan on March...