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Northland College teaching students talk with Washburn fifth graders

For Lucas, Elementary Ed Provides Pathway to Greater Good

Harrison Lucas '17

…out that it wasn’t going to work out like that and I wasn’t going to have a good time doing that. And so I had to branch out and meet new people. Luckily my best friend who went to high school with me, he went here as well, and so…

Sigurd Olson Articles

Some of these articles were published in 1951 in North Country Magazine. Sigurd also wrote a couple of hundred short sketches for newspapers; he wrote a few between 1937 and 1939, but most were from 1940 to 1943, and were syndicated to a number of newspapers, mostly in the Midwest….

Honors Day poster session in Ponzio 2022

Honors Day

The Institutional Review Board (IRB) reviews research studies to protect the rights of participants. The Northland College IRB requires that all investigators conducting research with human participants complete training with the National Institute of Health. If you have questions, please email the IRB….

Careers in Business: Northern State Bank Presentation

December 4, 9:00 am10:00 am

…others) entail, how he gained relevant experience to get there, and advice for students who are considering careers in similar fields (including internship or job suggestions perfect for students and soon-to-be graduates). This event is open to current Northland College students only. This presentation is part of Garret Zastoupil’s Managing

Northland alumni director Jackie Moore holds up photo of Ida and Cabbie Meyer at the Stagecoach Inn, formerly Cabbie's.

Ex-watering hole owner leaves $200,000 to Northland College

…a long time. The gift to Northland is what’s left of her estate after some money went to her two nieces in New Mexico. “I have known about this gift all these years, but I never could say anything. I didn’t know whether she would outlive her money. She was…


The Latest REFund Projects

…and convenient for people increases the likelihood of everyone making a difference and recycling. The less money that is spent on paying to dispose of trash, the more money that can go to other places. The best part about REFund: Turning something you are passionate about into an attainable project…

Deer exclosure-Bayfield County

Wisconsin’s Disappearing Forest

Prof Sarah Johnson researches the botanical realities of deer browse

…trees (where deer have eaten out the tree’s middle), “lollipop” trees (where deer leave only a rounded crown, pruning like bonsai masters), deer “candy” (the edibles deer prefer), and the “molar zone”—the region from Johnson’s calf to just above her head that is in reach of munching deer. Johnson has…