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Ethiopian girl stretches before running (Girls Gotta Run Foundation)

If You Give a Girl a Pair of Sneakers . . . .

Dr. Patricia E. Ortman '71 Creates Girls Gotta Run Foundation

…and worldwide efforts to educate and empower girls and women, like the Girls Gotta Run program for girls in Ethiopia that I and my husband co-founded are more important than ever. And the backlash to the backlash, as evidenced by the national and international women’s marches that took place the…

Students hiking on York.

7 Things to Do When You Visit Campus

…Pack your bathing suit and a picnic and spend sunrise, sunset, or anytime in between at one of the dozen beaches within an hour of campus. Hike Take a sunrise or sunset walk along the lakeshore in Ashland or take one of the many hikes in the region. Here’s three…

SOEI Youth Programs

Girls Empowered Trails: Mt. Ashwabay

August 12August 15

Girls Empowered Trails is for girls 10–13 years old interested in getting outside, working hard, playing hard, and learning what it means to be a confident steward of this Earth. For four days, we will base camp at Mt. Ashwabay, where we will share stories, learn stories of the area,…

Northland student research

Research Showcase

Seth W. Davenport, Tyrease “TJ” James, and Dr. Jonathan G. Marti

A trail through the pines on Isle Royale

Girls Empowered Leadership and Adventure: Backpack—Isle Royale

July 17July 26

Girls Empowered Leadership and Adventure: Backpack—Isle Royale is for girls 13–15 years old interested in a seven-day wilderness backpacking experience with peers on one of the most beautiful islands on Earth! For seven days and six nights, we will camp on Isle Royale, learning about ourselves, each other, and the…

Northland College student with journal

296 miles on the Superior Hiking Trail

Jane Dahlgren Hikes Solo for May Term

Jane Dahlgren had never camped alone when she decided to hike solo for 296 miles. For college credits. While the extroverted sophomore was not familiar with solo tripping, she was no novice to adventure. A Seattle native, Dahlgren had hiked with her dad and brother on the Wonderland Trail, a…

Forest Lodge Woods

Mamie Parker: On Fishing Not Kissing

…still not a lot of women and not a lot of girls that believe that they can do it. I was told that this is not a job for girls, and that you should go and become a medical doctor, or you should go and become a teacher, that you…