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  • Guns found in Northern Illinois University dorm Nov 13, 2013 9:31 PM
    Bond has been set at $40,000 for a South suburban man arrested after police said they found guns and body armor in his Northern Illinois University dorm room.

     
  • Huskies to honor veterans at game Nov 12, 2013 4:02 PM
    Northern Illinois University will honor the nation’s veterans before and during Wednesday’s game with Ball State. There will be numerous activities to commemorate the veterans, active members of the military and emergency first responders.

     
  • Cary-Grove grad's documentary highlights campus sexual assault Nov 4, 2013 9:47 AM
    Northern Illinois University student filmmakers are working on turning the spotlight on the national epidemic of college sexual assault, and graduate student Alexandra Forni of Fox River Grove is one of the lead students in the effort. “It's not just here, it's everywhere. It's such a pervasive problem,” said Forni, 24, a graduate of Cary-Grove High School.

     
  • NIU jersey auction to benefit Active Heroes Nov 1, 2013 4:49 PM
    Special game jerseys to be worn by the Northern Illinois University Huskies during their Mid-American Conference football game against Ball State on Wednesday, Nov. 13, will be auctioned to benefit Active Heroes, a charity that supports veterans, active military and their families.

     
  • Huskies look to stay unbeaten against Eastern Michigan Oct 25, 2013 8:25 AM
    The Huskies are one of just 10 unbeaten FBS teams and rank 18th in this week's first BCS poll. They host Eastern Michigan on Saturday.

     
  • Lynch’s 316 rushing yards carry Northern Illinois Oct 19, 2013 6:59 PM
    Northern Illinois’ Jordan Lynch always is a rushing threat, though he never had a day like this. Lynch rushed for 316 yards, an FBS record for a quarterback, and the 23rd-ranked Huskies stayed unbeaten with a 31-17 victory at Central Michigan on Saturday. Lynch had three rushing touchdowns and was 20 for 30 through the air for 155 yards and another score to help Northern Illinois (7-0, 3-0 Mid-American) extend the nation’s best conference winning streak to 20 games.

     
  • NIU announces football series with UNLV Oct 16, 2013 4:49 PM
    Northern Illinois University and UNLV will play a home-and-home football series in 2014 and 2015, completing the Huskies’ nonconference schedule for 2014, school officials announced Wednesday.

     
  • NIU president shakes up administrative structure Oct 11, 2013 6:00 PM
    Northern Illinois University’s president says he’s making broad administrative changes, including splitting the beleaguered Division of Finance and Facilities.

     
  • NIU Antarctic study, Fermilab activities in jeopardy from federal shutdown Oct 10, 2013 5:27 AM
    The partial shutdown of the federal government is putting a Northern Illinois University study of climate change in jeopardy. And Fermilab in Batavia is curtailing public activies, such as lectures and tours, as it tries to stretch its reserves. “What can we do? Our hands are tied,” geologist Reed Scherer of Elburn said.

     
  • NIU still undefeated after 38-24 win over Kent State Oct 5, 2013 7:18 PM
    Cameron Stingily ran for a career-high 266 yards and two scores as Northern Illinois remained undefeated with a 38-24 win over Kent State on Saturday. Northern Illinois (5-0, 1-0 Mid-American) trailed 24-21 in the third quarter but proceeded to score 17 unanswered points, beginning with a 22-yard touchdown run by James Spencer midway through the quarter. Spencer then scored on an 11-yard touchdown pass from Jordan Lynch on the Huskies’ following possession. Northern Illinois finished with 698 yards of total offense, 454 yards rushing.

     
  • Inmate files appeal in NIU student’s murder Oct 1, 2013 4:51 PM
    A northern Illinois man who is serving decades in prison for the death of a Northern Illinois University student wants to appeal a judge’s decision in his case.

     
  • N. Illinois squeaks past EIU Sep 22, 2013 12:11 AM
    A matchup of two impressive quarterbacks lived up to its billing Saturday as Eastern Illinois' Jimmy Garoppolo and Northern Illinois' Jordan Lynch combined for nearly 900 yards of offense. NIU rallied from an early 20-0 deficit to win a 43-39 shootout in DeKalb.

     
  • Former Meadows QB has EIU offense rolling Sep 18, 2013 11:28 PM
    Two years ago, Eastern Illinois went 2-9. Now it flaunts one of the most powerful offenses in all of college football behind quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, a Rolling Meadows High School grad, and receiver Erik Lora, who set an FCS record for receptions last season.

     
  • Merit board reinstates officer in NIU rape case Sep 13, 2013 6:12 PM
    A civil service merit board has determined a Northern Illinois University police lieutenant fired for failing to give prosecutors two witness statements in a rape case can return to work.

     
  • NIU enrollment falls 3.3 percent Sep 11, 2013 4:36 PM
    NIU released enrollment totals on Wednesday for the new school year. The DeKalb university says the school’s total enrollment is 21,138. That’s 3.3 percent less than the 21,869 that attended NIU in fall 2012.

     
  • Judge sets Sept. 16 hearing in NIU murder case Sep 5, 2013 6:09 PM
    The attorney for a man who is in prison for killing a Northern Illinois University student says it wasn’t his client’s fault he missed a deadline to appeal his 37-year sentence.

     
  • Confident Huskies see strong start at Iowa Aug 30, 2013 10:51 PM
    A year ago, NIU quarterback Jordan Lynch was making his first career start. He didn’t have his best game, going just 6 of 16 passing for 54 yards against Iowa, although he did run for 119 yards and a touchdown. Now, Lynch has 14 starts under his belt, and there’s a lot of offensive talent that returns from last season, while Iowa will start an unproven quarterback in their rematch today at Kinnick Stadium.

     
  • NIU hires new police chief Aug 28, 2013 4:27 PM
    Northern Illinois University announced Wednesday it hired a new police chief to replace longtime former chief Donald Grady, who was fired amid accusations that he mishandled evidence in an alleged sexual assault case involving an officer.

     
  • Northern Illinois University artist pays it forward Aug 27, 2013 6:54 AM
    When Danielle Dobies was pondering her senior capstone project as an undergraduate student at Elmhurst College, she envisioned a 25-foot mosaic, but didn’t think she could afford the materials. That was, until her professor, John Pitman Weber, a Chicago icon in public art, stepped in to donate all the tiles she needed and more. This summer Dobies is paying it forward. Since June she’s been volunteering with Northern Illinois University’s Department of Women’s Studies to create a five- by seven-foot mural using leftover donated tiles to adorn the department’s offices. “This is a further in-kind donation through me, but originally from him, so I’m passing along the good-heartedness that he showed to me,” Dobies, a graduate art student at NIU said. Dobies got started when Kerry Ferris, a professor in the sociology department, suggested she get involved while the department is redecorating over the summer. In June Dobies began meeting with faculty in the department to come up with a plan for the mural’s design and since early July, Danielle, school staff and volunteers from across the area have met twice weekly in hopes of finishing before the school year. “I can’t believe it,” Kristen Myers, NIU’s Director of Women’s Studies said. “Most days I just pinch myself and say, `how did this happen?’ “ The design of the mural incoporates local imagery with women’s studies themes. In one section, a hand that represents that of Lucinda Glidden holds a bobby pin, which, according to legend. was once used to mend broken barbed wire fences. “DeKalb is known for perfecting the barbed wire fence, and so usually the men are the ones who are credited with that,” Dobies said. “We wanted to highlight some of the different women who had a part in it.” As part of the cross-college project, the Women’s Studies Center has learned about the sometimes painstaking at of mosaic work. “I love working with people that don’t necessarily consider themselves artists, but I like drawing out that creativity that I know exists in there,” Dobies said. Myers isn’t yet sure where the completed work, which will have four separate pieces, will hang, but she doesn’t want the generosity to stop with them. “Since we’ve started other units on campus have said, `we want to do that,” Myers said. “... so we’re going to try and pay it forward also. NIU needs more beauty.”

     
  • ECC students can get 4-year degrees without a move Aug 26, 2013 11:52 AM
    Kerry McCullor is just one class away from meeting the graduation requirements for an associate degree from Elgin Community College. McCullor, 38, wants a bachelor’s degree, too, and thanks to a partnership with Columbia College of Missouri, she can stay right where she is and get it. Similar partnerships are in place with Judson University and Northern Illinois University.

     
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