Loading Events

Past Events › Community

Events Search and Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

March 2018

Men’s Lacrosse Home Game

March 25, 2018, 12:00 pm3:00 pm
Lacrosse logo

Men's Lacrosse to play University of Dubuque at 12 pm.

Find out more »

Fly Tying Workshop

March 28, 2018, 6:30 pm9:00 pm

Fly tying is the perfect hobby for you to pick up in your free time. This is the opportunity for you to learn how to tie flies, hands on. The first session will be “fly tying for beginners” course where you will learn the basics, including materials, types of flies and technique. To sign up email the Outpost or call 715-682-1265 before March 12. Spots are limited. This event is free.

Find out more »

Preserving Loons for Future Generations

March 28, 2018, 6:30 pm8:30 pm
Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, 29270 Co Hwy G
Ashland, WI United States
+ Google Map
Mike Meyer

Over 25 Years of Common Loon Research in Wisconsin In the second of a three-part series to celebrate the 40th anniversary of LoonWatch, Mike Meyer will review his twenty-five years of common loon research in Wisconsin, highlighting diverse research projects and recommendations that have been developed for loon conservation for future generations. The event will take place Wednesday, March 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center. Meyer earned his PhD in wildlife ecology at UW-Madison in…

Find out more »

Environmental Racism & Community Resistance

March 28, 2018, 7:00 pm9:00 pm
Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute, 1411 Ellis Ave.
Ashland, WI
soei building campus

This event will feature two speakers: Jacqueline Patterson, the Director of the Climate and Environmental Justice Program at the NAACP, and Felina La Pointe of the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe. The speakers will discuss their role in activist campaigns against fossil fuel projects that negatively impact African American and Native American communities. They will also discuss how to build multiracial coalitions in support of clean energy that addresses disproportionate climate and pollution impacts in low-income communities…

Find out more »

Good Friday (No Classes)

March 30, 2018
Northland College Event Placeholder Image
Find out more »

April 2018

Happy Zen Buddhist, Existential, Christian Easter

April 1, 2018, 10:00 am12:00 pm
Chaplain David Saetre at podium

Christians have long claimed Easter as unique to followers of Jesus Christ. The great festival of Christ’s resurrection stands as the pinnacle, defining event for Christianity. But the theme of Easter, overcoming death with the promise of new life, does not belong to Christianity alone. Death awaits us all, and all cultures and religions have explored the implications of mortality on how we live our lives. Buddhism begins with a declaration that our mortal lives consist of dukkha, a sense of anxiety…

Find out more »

Spring Jazz Concert

April 4, 2018, 7:30 pm9:00 pm
Alvord Theatre, 1411 Ellis Ave
sheet music

Join us for blues, ballads, samba, and swing titles that mostly begin with the letter "B". Northland College Jazz Ensemble will feature soloists: Ryan Padrutt, Will Otte, Sarah Szymaniak, Leah Kiser, Timothy Heil, and others. We will also have a set of pieces done by the Northland Jazz Combo. Relax with jazz at the Alvord Theater!

Find out more »

Why we need a Living Wage Economy

April 5, 2018, 6:30 pm8:30 pm
Alvord Theatre, 1411 Ellis Ave
Ponzio Campus Center

In 1914, Henry Ford made a big announcement that shocked the country. He doubled the daily pay for his autoworkers to $5. Other manufacturers thought he was crazy. But Ford gambled that raising his worker's pay would increase the number of people who would buy his cars. It paid off. In 1914, the company sold 308,000 of its Model Ts-more than all other carmakers combined. By 1915, sales had climbed to 501,000. By 1920, Ford was selling a million cars…

Find out more »

Global Histories of Agriculture: Writing the Cosmopolitan Prairie

April 6, 2018, 4:00 pm5:00 pm
Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute, 1411 Ellis Ave.
Ashland, WI

Although spacious skies and amber waves of grain are a permanent fixtures of American mythology, the landscape described by "America the Beautiful" was only twenty years old at the time the lyrics were composed.  How was a wild grass prairie refigured as a grain depot in such short order, and how do we explain the successes and failures of American agricultural development? Courtney Fullilove, professor of history at Wesleyan University, will discuss her recent book, The Profit of the Earth:…

Find out more »

Softball Home Double Header

April 7, 2018, 1:00 pm5:30 pm
LumberJill Field Ashland, WI 54806 United States

Softball to play Crown College at 1 pm and 3 pm.

Find out more »
+ Export Events