Dr. Tom Fitz, Northland College professor of geoscience, will present on the fascinating geology at Copper Falls State Park. Attendants can learn more about the long and remarkable geologic history of the region, the rocks at the park, and how nature and manmade changes shaped the park’s waterfalls and scenery. Fitz has extensive knowledge of… Read More →
Just as January marks the beginning of a new calendar year, for schools and colleges, September is a fresh start to a rigorous nine-month schedule. At Northland College, the campus comes to life after a summer slumber. Students return and classrooms fill as they have for over a hundred years. The focus turns to the
The Burke Center for Freshwater Innovation is partnering with the International Joint Commission to host a public listening session in the Northland College Alvord Theatre September 25 at 7 p.m. The International Joint Commission (IJC) is a Canadian-United States treaty organization that seeks to prevent and resolve issues facing the two countries’ boundary waters. The
NCSA showing of Back to the Future! Free and open to all. Screening will be outside, on the campus mall, so bring a blanket, chair, or something comfy to lounge on. Feel free to bring your own snacks, popcorn will be provided!
Chequamegon Bay area youth coming together with other students in the region to meet and take action for the issues you are passionate about. What is the purpose? Empower: Create a safe place for youth to express concerns and care for the world through expression that is unique to their interest Engage: Celebrate the natural… Read More →
In her talk, Dr. Heather Swan will examine the importance of insects to our human lives in a moment when many insect populations are plummeting and what we can do to help them survive. Dr. Swan will share research she’s done in China, Ecuador, and around the US. She will include a couple of short… Read More →
Northland College welcomed one of the largest classes of students in celebratory fashion. Under blue skies and sunshine, Drummer Stevie Matier led 215 or more new students across Fenenga Bridge to the campus mall. Students each carried a stone embossed with their name in their hand—many gathered during their Outdoor Orientation trips in previous weeks—to
Three years ago, I arrived at Northland College’s campus, largely because Lake Superior’s magic had long attracted me to its shores. By my first week living along Chequamegon Bay, I realized how much the lake had not only drawn me in but how being a part of this community means having a connection to the