Commits as preferred walk-on
DeKALB – Three days after an upset win against Akron, the Northern Illinois men’s basketball team found itself on the other side of a shocker.
DeKALB – One is thought of an activity of pure grace, the other brute force.
A memorial event to celebrate the life and contributions of NIU nursing professor Donna Munroe will begin at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 5.
Students, colleagues and friends are invited to the Regency Room of the Holmes Student Center to share memories of an educator remembered for her passion toward improving the university through service on several committees.
Further details on this afternoon program, which is open to the public, will be forthcoming.
Munroe, who joined the School of Nursing and Health Studies in 2001, died Jan. 13 in Altgeld Hall while attending a meeting of the University Council Personnel Committee.
For more information, call (815) 753-1231 or email email@example.com.
It’s been a month since Richards High School’s Spencer Tears committed to Northern Illinois, and sometimes, he has to catch himself from pretending he’s already there.
After trailing by 11 with less than seven minutes to play, the Northern Illinois men’s basketball team pulled within three, but its comeback attempt came up short as the Huskies fell to Eastern Michigan, 54-46, on Saturday afternoon at the EMU Convocation Center.
Thomson ReutersTexas Wyly exits Manhattan Federal Courtroom in this file photographNEW YORK (Reuters) – A attorney for Texas tycoon Sam Wyly and the estate of his late brother Charles explained to a federal judge on Friday that a U.S.
Northern Illinois senior safety Dechane Durante will compete in the College Gridiron Showcase on Jan. 31 in Arlington, Texas.
Eventually, Jordan Lynch wants another shot at making an NFL roster.
|NIU W.I.N. – What’s Important Now
Three things you should know about Northern Illinois University, higher education and the world around you.
NIU in the News
Area collectors share artifacts, artwork in NIU exhibit
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 1/7/15)
Farmers, agribusinesses connect at Northern Illinois Farm Show
(Sauk Valley Media, 1/7/15)
2015 Chicago Bass Festival at Ravinia
(Chicago Tribune, 1/7/15)
Area farmers showcase products at Northern Illinois Farm Show
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle, 1/7/15)
Philadelphia Fed Announces New Directors
(Federal Reserve of Philadelphia, 1/7/14)
Editor’s note 1/8/15
(Illinois Times, 1/8/14)
Former NIU QB, Bears RB Jordan Lynch will sign with CFL
Amanda Corral having big year for NIU women’s basketball
NIU Huskies vs. Ohio Bobcats Recap: Huskies Take MAC Opener 70-60
(Hamilton Journal-News, 1/7/15)
MAC basketball needs tougher foes
NIU spikers make All-Academic list
(Rockford Register Star, 1/6/15)
Women’s Basketball gets ready to take the court against the MAC
(World News Report, 1/7/15)
Men’s basketball: Northern Illinois beats Ohio 70-60
Higher Ed News
Student Loans Are Poorly Aligned With Graduate Earnings
(Chronicle of Higher Education, 1/7/15)
Experts Say Student-Athlete Grad Rates Manipulated in University Cash Games
Seeking to Strengthen Sex-Assault Policies, Colleges Draw Fire From All Sides
(Chronicle of Higher Education, 1/8/15)
Around the State
U of I Considers Sexual Assault Policies
(Peoria Public Radio, 1/7/15)
Shooting investigation continues
(Champaign News-Gazette, 1/7/15)
Tuition freezes and budget math
(Capitol Fax, 1/7/15)
Our View: Tuition costs too high at University of Illinois
(Freeport Journal Standard, 1/7/15)
Athletic Success Creating a Big Impact at ISU