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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….

Robin Wall Kimmerer

The Gifts You Bring the World

…feather. I am humbled by your generosity. And Gchi Megwech to the Northland community for honoring me with this degree, I have spent much of my life trying to braid together two strands of knowledge, scientific ways of knowing the earth and the wisdom of indigenous knowledge in how we…

Northland College teaching students talk with Washburn fifth graders

For Lucas, Elementary Ed Provides Pathway to Greater Good

Harrison Lucas '17

…role models in the African-American community. And I kind of just look at myself as trying to be separating myself and try to be a positive male role model that you can look at, you know? There’s a lot of people who—you know, they play sports, play basketball, they’re musicians…

CUUF: Belonging to a Place Through the Lens of Poets

April 14, 10:00 am11:30 am

…message “Belonging to a Place Through the Lens of Poets.” About the Message Poets work to shine light on the world. Let’s see how Mary Oliver, Wendell Berry, and other poets use words to transform our experiences and help us belong to a place. Raina Ungrodt and youth will be…

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

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

…the end of the foot-long at Cabbie’s for several months until I could replace the pan. I know many peers who majored in Cabbie’s. Cabbie’s was an important part of the Northland experience. LaRae Schauer 1962 The memory that immediately came to mind was the sauce that owner Ida Meyer…

Liz White in cap and gown

Liz White: Student Commencement Address

…in crazy weird events at this thing called Snofest, it is going to the campus store and having the staff know your name and also know which sandwich you are about to order. I could go on for a long time about examples of community at Northland but I think…