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Sunday's candelight vigil

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What's cooking at Ellington's?

International Program hosts
series of brown bag lunches

Northern Pride holds lunches
every Thursday at Blackhawk

School of Music to host
Internet2 webcast for Haiti

CSEAS hosts speaker series

Deadline extended, topics expanded
for SEA Club conference papers

ARTLab, gallery to present
Guerra de la Paz's 'Home'

Annuitants intived to visit
Chicago Botanic Garden

KSO to perform with winners
of Young Artists Competition

Kay Forest is featured speaker
at Women's Day Luncheon

Accounting sets cutoff dates

Thai travel applications due March 5

Northern Public Radio seeks
volunteers for spring campaign

Host families being sought
for youth leadership programs

Geology hosts spring colloquia

Art Museum to host programs
for Pop Culture Exhibition Suite

Students to seel cookies, cocoa
to send child to Camp Speak Up

Alums invited to Springfield

Alumni Association offers peek
at Canadian Rockies trip online

Academic Convocation 2010 seeks
proposals for project presentations

Nehring Gallery features
DeKalb Ag memories

Farewell reception planned
for LGBT's Margie Cook

PCSW luncheon to feature
Lincoln Laureate Shay Galto

PCSW invites award nominations

OSC invites award nominations

Author to speak on book
about African-American girls

'Project Prom' urges women
to donate gowns, accessories

Faculty Development to honor
outstanding graduate TAs

KUDOS

Switchgrass Books garners
Chicago media attention

Gunkel writes on 'danger'
present in higher education

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Northern Today - February 15, 2010

Sunday's candlelight vigilNIU marks second anniversary
of Feb. 14 with candles, wreaths

Huddled in the darkness of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Commons, shivering in a February air more frigid than most January nights, hundreds of members of the NIU family held flickering white candles.

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READ THE PRESIDENT’S FEB. 14, 2010, STATEMENT >>


Forward, Together ForwardFive outstanding students chosen
for ‘Forward Together Forward’ scholarships for 2010-2011

The compassion, devotion to service and thirst for knowledge displayed by the five students lost at NIU two years ago will live on through the recipients of this year’s Forward Together Forward scholarships.

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A gift of encouragement from Elmhurst CollegeFeb. 14 Memorial Center to close

With the Forward, Together Forward Memorial Garden established in September 2009, attendance at the Memorial Center has dropped considerably. The temporary Memorial Center will close Friday, Feb. 26.

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A seismogram from Wednesday's earthquakeGeology professors in demand after last week's earthquake

The most popular people on campus last week had to be the geologists.

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Jay WagleNIU mourns marketing professor Wagle

Friends and colleagues of Jay Wagle spent last week recalling the wit and warmth of the retired marketing professor who died Sunday, Feb. 7, at age 63.

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Image of a printerPhysics whips up flurry
of research publications

NIU’s Department of Physics must have set some kind of publication record last week.

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Photo of feet on bathroom scaleNIU to recognize week
focused on eating disorders

NIU has several activities planned for National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, which begins Sunday, Feb. 21.

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Morten LauridsenLegendary composer arrives Tuesday

Composer Morten Lauridsen will begin a three-day residency Tuesday at the NIU School of Music.

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Recycle batteries!NIU's Green Team encourages
campus to recycle batteries

Stop throwing batteries in the trash! NIU’s Task Force for a Sustainable Campus Environment (Green Team) will take them free of charge!

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