The pension reform legislation awaiting Gov. Quinn’s signature substantially alters pension plans for new state employees but has no effect on current employees.
More than 500 veterans of the U.S military call NIU home, carrying with them a different set of abilities and needs than many of their classmates.
Visions of joy and of despair. Images of employment and of joblessness. Pictures of progress and of death.
An exhibition suite scheduled to open April 8 at the NIU Art Museum inside Altgeld Hall will give visitors a challenging glimpse into that difficult period in U.S. history.
Survivors of the Feb. 14 tragedy are beginning to plant the seeds of their legacy on campus.
Sonya Brotman Conway of DeKalb, a 25-year veteran professor in NIU’s Department of Biological Sciences who was well known for her passion for teaching and students, died Sunday, March 14.
The NIU College of Law and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics have joined to develop a unique opportunity for law students pursuing their juris doctor degrees.
NIU football fans will not want to miss any of the five home games this fall at Huskie Stadium: 18 starters are returning from a 2009 squad that made its second straight bowl appearance.
The NIU Women’s Resource Center will sponsor the DeKalb area’s first Rock Against Rape benefit concert at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 8, at The House Café.