Students’ questions about safety, payment, transportation and culture shock were answered by past participants in NIU’s study abroad programs at the study abroad speed dating event Wednesday at Altgeld Hall, room 100.
DeKALB — The NIU Huskie Line has implemented an extra 2R bus to pick up students and passengers at each of its designated stops. The 2R will continue to make stops at the Holmes Student Center and other stops including: DuSable Hall, Northern View Apartments, residence halls, Stadium View Ap…
DeKALB — NIU saw an increase in reported Violence Against Women Act crimes in this year’s Clery Report, but officials say this could indicate an increasing willingness to report, not an increase in the total amount of crimes.
DeKALB — Students came to be a voice for their groups and clubs.The Student Association welcomed students to share their views in small group discussions at the Student Rally 7 to 9 p.m. Monday in the Holmes Student Center Capitol Room.
A new form of tax scamming is threatening the safety of taxpayers by targeting Social Security numbers. The Office Lead of H&R Block in Sycamore, Carme Gregory, warned the DeKalb and Sycamore community of new tax scammers in a June 2017 news release. However, the problem is still happening now.
On Wednesday, Oct. 30, NIU will be holding a Cupcakes and Conversations meeting. This is a chance for students and teachers to sit down, eat delicious sugary cupcakes and talk about important school matters.
The Department of Recreation and Wellness is promoting a kayaking excursion on the Rock River Saturday Nov. 2 through their Outdoor Adventures program. The event is hosted by the Sycamore Park District and will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. according to the university events calendar.
DeKALB — NIU police plan to install video cameras on emergency exit doors in all residence halls as part of a five-year partnership between the Division of Information Technology, NIU Police and residence hall directors, NIU Police Commander Don Rodman said.