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Lectures on the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict

November 29, 2023, 6:00 pm8:00 pm

Join Assistant Professor of Religion Charlie Krysinski and Professor of History Paul Schue to go beyond global headlines and gain a deeper understanding of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. The two will each draw on their expertise to deliver a talk followed by a Q&A. Charlie willl examine the relationship between anti-Semitism,…

Malcolm McLean

A Force for Good

…died November 19 at his St. Paul home. He was eighty-seven years old. More than one hundred people squeezed into the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute in December to remember and celebrate Malcolm’s life. The gathering was a reflection of his northern Wisconsin life—a mix of Northland College and the community….

Loons Spread the Good News about Menhaden

…passes it up the food chain. Dr. Paul Spitzer presented this material at the North American Loon Symposium. Paul reminds us that not only is it important for our northern lakes to remain healthy, but loons also depend on these Atlantic coastal ecosystems to remain healthy and diverse as well….

Paul Fleischman: What I’ve Learned from Readers

On September 15, 2015, author Paul Fleischman accepted his Sigurd Olson Nature Writing Award for his young adult book Eyes Wide Open: Going Behind the Environmental Headlines. Before an audience of all ages, he gave the following acceptance speech. “Writers learn as much from their books as readers do,” he…

Northland College student in garden

Nonprofit Partner for Student Internship

Compatible Technology International (CTI), a global non-profit based in St. Paul, MN recently raised $30,000 to start a partnership and internship for students at Northland College in Ashland, Wis. Both institutions initiated the partnership as a way to honor former CTI Executive Director Malcolm McLean, who served CTI from 1991-1995…

Todd Rothe standing in kitchen

Northland Announces Food Systems Center

…dishes. From 1973-1980, Rice owned and operated Thrice, a gourmet cookery shop and cooking school on St. Paul’s Grand Avenue. She moved to Bayfield from St. Paul in the 1980s, and made a huge impact on the region. She opened four restaurants—Maggie’s, the Clubhouse, the Egg Toss Café, and the…