Enjoy what northern Wisconsin’s great outdoors has to offer with friends and family while supporting Northland College Athletics. TEAM ENTRY $30 per person Up to 4 participants per team Teams must enter by Friday, October 18 Entry fee includes your ticket for the Chili contest two drink tickets and door prizes. EVENT SCHEDULE 12:01 a.m.… Read More →
There will be a lecture on sexist language and inclusivity 6-7pm, and 7-8pm a workshop on feminst self defense. First come first served for spots in the workshop. limit 24 people. Rachel Piazza is a passionate advocate for women. A true polymath, Rachel’s expertise span mind and body. A lifelong athlete, Rachel discovered the power… Read More →
Relieve study stress by making yummy apple food with friends! We will be pressing apple cider, cooking apple budgie pies, and having a relaxing break from studying and reading. Sponsored by the Outdoor Education Program Lab.
Fright Night in the Chemistry Lab! Join Dr. Michaela Carlson, Dr. Sharon Anthony and Northland College chemistry students for an evening of fun. Sign up required! Stop by or call the Vaughn Library to reserve a place for you child (grades 2nd through 5th) in one of two sessions. Children must be accompanied by an… Read More →
The Northland Symphonic Band presents a concert of places—By the River’s Bend, Viva Mexico!, Cumberland Falls Overture, Africa as performed by Toto, and Our Own Red, White and Blue. We will also feature sophomore oboist Katrina Zimmer in Danse Bacchanale from Samson and Dalila. Join us in the first concert of our season!
NCSA Coffeehaus Campus favorite Bad Columbus opens for The Cuckoo Bees, a lively trio Duluth with a style that blends quirky reggae-pop with a bit of swing. Check them out on Spotify- The Cuckoo Bees on Spotify Bad Columbus? You may have heard of them. Need a refresher? Here ya are- Bad Columbus on Spotify Bad… Read More →
Human/wolf relationships are notoriously complex and variable, yet the future for wolves in human-dominated landscape hinges almost entirely on relationship we choose to embrace. This talk will reflect on the Ojibwes’ relationship with Ma’iingan and its basis in the Creation Story, and explore the contemporary examples and consequences of “living with intertwined fates.” Peter David… Read More →