'Today' Show Prepares to Shine Light on NMU

Monday 27, 2017

Excitement is building for Al Roker's Today show broadcast from the Superior Dome. Faculty and staff are encouraged to arrive by 6 a.m. Tuesday to support the world record freeze tag attempt by NMU students. Simply Superior will provide breakfast foods and beverages. Help fill the stands during the event and also see the televised coverage later, as the episode should be available here. An NBC production crew is shooting advance footage along the lakeshore and on campus, including the Upper Michigan Brain Tumor Center. Al Roker will join them later today for stops at Art & Design, Jamrich Hall, the Learning Resources Center, Thomas Fine Arts and the Superior Dome. Watch for a Campus Connect review of “Rokerthon” on Tuesday.

Kristi Evans
News Director