The Northland College Alumni Board cordially invites you to a community conference call with newly appointed President,Karl Solibakke. President Solibakke will provide an update of accomplishments and challenges from this past year and his vision for the future. After his presentation, he will answer your questions in a Q&A. The purpose of this conversation is… Read More →
Start with happy hour at Gabe’s By the Park. Join Gail Fridlund ’15, alumni board vice president, and Jackie Moore ’05, director of alumni relations, for light updates and refreshments before heading to a special Climate Synopsis Lecture arranged by honorary alumni and former president Mike Miller ’18 and Mary Trettin ‘18. Mike and Mary… Read More →
Jazz guitarist Pete McCann has been an integral part of the New York City jazz scene for over 25 years. He has just released Pay For It On The Other Side, his sixth recording as a leader. A sought-after sideman from duos to big bands, he has played guitar on over 100 CDs. McCann has performed and/or recorded… Read More →
One of the smallest and most remote colleges in Wisconsin has been named the top performer in sustainable curriculum. Northland College, located at the tip of the state near Lake Superior and with a student body of 600, was named first in sustainable curriculum by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
Novelist and short story writer Linda LeGarde Grover says she hopes to create a space for Native women through her literature. Grover will be reading from her most-recent novel, In the Night of Memory, about a Native woman who has been missing since the late 1970s, Wednesday, October 9 at 7 p.m. at the Sigurd
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
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
Sierra, a publication of Sierra Club, ranked Northland College a “cool school” in its annual top-100 list of eco-savviest colleges and universities. “For thirteen years, Sierra has been ranking colleges according to which ones offer the best sustainability-focused courses, eco-friendly cafeteria provisions, and carbon-neutral land and energy policies, as well as the most opportunities to engage
Unleash Your Creativity. If you have the courage to explore your potential as an artist, we have the faculty and facilities to help you discover your passion, hone your skills, and build your confidence as an artist. We strive to foster creativity and critical thinking through studio arts and graphic design. Our program allows you
Be the Teacher They Remember. Remember your favorite teacher, the one who made a difference in both your professional and academic development? Now you have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of countless other students. Whether you want to teach elementary or high school students, Northland College can help get you there.