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Fall 2020 Reopening

» Read our Campus Reopening Plan » Check out the Reopening FAQ Recent Updates Sep 16: Public Health Alert Follow-up Sep 8: Campus Health Update Aug 25: Additional 2020 Fall Athletics Update Aug 19: Reasonable Accommodation Needs Aug 18: Campus Health Update Aug 12: Campus Reopening Plan & FAQ Aug 7: Returning Student Townhall July

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Fall Festival 2020 Canceled

The Northland College Office of Alumni Relations has decided to cancel Fall Festival 2020. The annual celebration of alumni and friends of Northland College was originally scheduled for September 24 – 26, with activities planned throughout the weekend. “This was a difficult decision to make. Fall Festival has become a tradition for our Northland family,

Wheeler Hall building on campus

Northland Graduates Class of 2020, Prepares for Future


In November 2019, I was appointed the fifteenth president of Northland College, after having served as the College’s chief operating officer for a little more than a year. Among my many duties as president, the most vital have been sustaining the College’s academic, financial and facilities infrastructures; reaffirming our vibrant mission around environmental responsibility and

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The Unfinished Symphony in our 2020 Pandemic

On March 13 when it became real that we would not have any spring concerts it was a big hit to the soul. One thing that every director loves is the final product, the coming together, the last production…..The Concert. It is the chance to have all the hours of practice and preparation be put together

SONWA children's winning book covers

SOEI Announces Best in Children’s Nature Books 2018

SONWA Children's Book Awards

The Sigurd F. Olson Nature Writing Award committee has awarded author Sigrid Schmalzer and illustrator Melanie Linden Chan top prize in children’s literature for Moth and Wasp, Soil and Ocean: Remembering Chinese Scientist Pu Zhelong’s Work for Sustainable Farming. The awards, given for best nature writing in 2018, were announced today in time for Earth

Timber Wolf Alliance Coordinator Jordyn O'Gara

O’Gara ’18 Named Timber Wolf Alliance Coordinator

Wolf Awareness Week Events October 23, 25, 26

Jordyn O’Gara’s passion for wolves started as a kid when she used to draw floor plans for the animal sanctuary so she could save all wildlife. Then, when she was 10, she and her parents attended a presentation at the International Wolf Symposium hosted by the International Wolf Center in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. “At the…  Read More

TWA Wolf Awareness Week poster by Bateman

TWA Selects Artwork for 2018 Wolf Awareness Week Poster

Canadian Artist Robert Bateman Featured

The Timber Wolf Alliance has selected Sierra Evening—Mexican Wolfby Canadian artist Robert Bateman for the 2018 Wolf Awareness Week poster, to be released later this year. This is Bateman’s second time as the featured artist; his painting, New Territory, was chosen for the 2008 poster. The Mexican Wolf was reintroduced in 1998 for the first…  Read More

Northland College graduate Matthew Koszuta

Koszuta ’18 Heads to OSU

Researching Orographic Precipitation

Name: Matthew V. Koszuta Major: Meteorology & Mathematical Sciences Hometown: Milwaukee, Wisconsin Q. How did you find Northland? A. My introduction to Northland College was through my friends/coworkers at a Milwaukee County Council Boy Scout Camp—LeFeber Northwoods Camps. This occurred the summer prior to my Senior year of high school. The program director, climbing wall director,…  Read More

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2018 Honors Day Awards Recipients

Alpha Chi National Honor Society Inductees Maxwell Beal Jason Bricco Lorrie Guski Kira Immordino Jane Kittaka Jessica Schultz Tess Stephens Camille Thelander Emerson Ziehr Achievement Awards Bethel Sophomore Award Taylor Wittman Arthur J. Ingold Jr. – Julia R. Gilman Junior Award Jenise Swartley Wallace C. Hitchcock Memorial Award Jane Dahlgren Departmental Awards and Honors Bobb-Beckstrom…  Read More

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WPR: WritersRead 2018

Wisconsin Public Radio broadcasts the 8th Annual “Writers Read: Gut Instinct.” The program features original works of fiction, non-fiction, twitterature and poetry from writers living in northern Wisconsin and the Twin Ports. The event was coordinated by Julie Buckles and Northland College in partnership with WPR. Writers from the Chequamegon Bay area and Twin Ports…  Read More