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Neil Parsons (O'mahk-Pita, Tall Eagle), Untitled (Pueblo Forms #2), 1965
September 21, 2023

“Action/Abstraction Redefined: Modern Native Art, 1940s to 1970s” runs Oct. 2 through Dec. 15.

students using virtual reality headset
May 1, 2023

Aurora University received $955,000 in federal funding to create an Emerging Technologies Learning Lab that will bring to life new learning experiences for students across all disciplines. The funds, which were secured with the assistance of U.S. Congressman Bill Foster, will be used to purchase...

Tango's Pantry
February 20, 2023

Spartans with animal companions now have a new source for dog, cat, and fish food. Tango’s Pantry, a student-run, on-campus pet food pantry, recently opened in the Wackerlin Center for Faith and Action. The pantry came to fruition as part of an animal welfare course project created by...

February 17, 2023

What does home mean to you? Aurora University poses that question in a new museum exhibition that explores the concept of home. The Schingoethe Center of Aurora University’s “No Place Like Home” features artwork by 38 artists, including Theaster Gates,...

Don and Betty Tucker Hall
August 21, 2022

Aurora University has opened a new residence hall, supporting the university’s mission to enrich campus life through diversity and inclusivity. The five-story building, named Don and Betty Tucker Hall, functions as both a living and a learning center. It offers 70 resident rooms, study...