Standing nearly 18 feet tall, its quintet of flames interwoven toward the heavens, the final element of Northern Illinois University’s Forward, Together Forward Memorial Garden is now in place.
Workers installed sculptor Bruce A. Niemi’s “Remembered” two weeks ago in the front-and-center spot of the garden just east of Cole Hall, the site of the Feb. 14, 2008, tragedy.
Congressman Bill Foster visited campus Oct. 5, to tell students of his support for efforts aimed at holding down the cost of higher education.
As bulldozers and cranes construct the new DeKalb High School building, a team of more than 60 faculty and staff from Northern Illinois University and DHS is planning a high school program that will result in world-class student achievement at both institutions.
As part of this planning process, the design team consulted community members in February and students in May to create a picture of what DHS graduates will need to succeed in the 21st century.
Ron Carter knows the road, the literal and often mythical one that musicians travel endlessly from one gig to the next.
And in Carter’s line of work – jazz – there’s another road.
NIU’s Interdisciplinary Certificate of Graduate Study in Museum Studies continues to receive external honors.
The first two days of October were good ones for the Northern Television Center and Allen May, its general manager of broadcast news.
Dozens of NIU students, including nutrition and dietetics majors in the School of Family, Consumer and Nutrition Sciences will hit the pavement Sunday for a good cause: the CROP (Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty) walk against hunger.
Spooky Science Saturday returns Oct. 24 to NIU
Spooky Science Saturday – NIU’s hugely popular Halloween-related event – promises to be bigger and better than ever this year.