Search Results

Searched for: screening of bullied with jamie nabozny
Big Lake Organics owners Jamie Tucker and Todd Rothe stand near compost pile.

Rebuilding the Health of Our Planet

Todd Rothe ’10 and Jamie Tucker ’16 launch a Big Lake Organics.

Todd Rothe ’10 and Jamie Tucker ’16 launch a Big Lake Organics. On September 1, 2021, Todd Rothe ’10 and Jamie Tucker ’16 pulled on leather gloves, hooked up a trailer to a truck, and began collecting garbage bins of food scraps, coffee grounds, and paper products to haul…

Farm images and embroidery tools

Northland Class Taking Art Project, Film to Minnesota

…Saturday, May 14, with the 7 p.m. film screening of From Wisconsin With Love at the Minnesota Street Market. The film provides the perspective of the northern Wisconsin community that in 2014 beat back what would have been the world’s largest open-pit taconite mine in pristine forest on the shores…

Northland College senior at powwow

Powwow to Spotlight Proclamation, New Dances

…Shawl Coalition participates in powwow outreach across the state and country to increase utilization of screening services and exams while also providing support for patience and education for the greater community. Organizers have also added the Switch Dance, another dance aimed at education. The Switch Dance remembers the high renown…

Paulette Moore with her camera

Moore Takes Standing Rock Doc on 3-City East Coast Tour

Northland College Filmmaker in Residence Paulette Moore will be screening and discussing The Spirit of Standing Rock, her documentary featuring activists known as Water Protectors, this week in Washington D.C., Baltimore, Maryland, and Buffalo, New York Water Protectors have stood with Standing Rock Sioux leaders in North Dakota to defend…

Stephanie Red Cloud Muise

Second at National STEM Conference

…the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) areas in the Native American student body in high schools, colleges and graduate school. “For us to start a new AISES chapter and have a student not only attend the national conference, make it through the initial screening stage for presentations, and then…

Glass of beer sitting next to Cabbie's Tap logo.

Ten-cent Taps, Lasting Romance & Ida's Special Sauce

…a bit. But there was a problem ― a Northland coed was perched upon it, legs crossed, dangling over the edge, effectively screening the pins from the heavy, chrome-plated puck that served as the bowling ball. I recall asking her to move, probably in the manner of any Eastern’er accustomed…