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Learn About Wolves

…615,293 in 2000; in 2020 the deer harvest was 338,416 deer across the state). Even in the Northern Forest and Central Forest where most wolves live in Wisconsin, the 2020 deer harvest included over 38,000 bucks and total harvest of nearly 65,000 deer. Thus even with record wolf numbers, reasonable…

Graduates celebration at commencement

Consumer Information

…56.6% 2017 188 63.8% 54.0% 47.1% 36.5% 42.9% 2018 145 73.1% 60.7% 49.7% 37.9% 2019 164 66.1% 53.3% 45.5% 2020 149 73.2% 61.7% 2021 124 74.2% 2022 122 Cohorts include full-time, first-time freshmen who begin in each fall term. Student Outcomes In 2020, Northland College adopted Handshake’s First Destination Survey…

Joel Glickman online course

The Unfinished Symphony in our 2020 Pandemic

…colleges have their spring concerts in April and May and take time to show appreciation for the seniors who have become leaders in their organizations. This spring of 2020 has struck a very dissonant chord with directors and students everywhere, not allowing a live performance or in-person conferring of awards…

WritersRead artwork

Writers to Share Their Encounters on Stage

With Northland Students, Staff, Faculty, and Alumni

…the poetry,” she said. There were over 60 submissions this year from writers throughout northern Wisconsin and Minnesota, which meant less than one-third of the entries were accepted. Claire Duquette is one of the event organizers. 2020 Readers Kyle Anholt Dylan Couch Sean Devlin Carol Dunbar Crystal Gibbins Joel Glickman…

Northland College campus.

2020 State of Northland College

An Address from President Solibakke

An Address from President Solibakke The Office of Alumni Relations is proud to share a recording of the 2020 State of Northland College with President Karl Solibakke. When faced with the unprecedented challenges of the pandemic, Northland leadership continued our tradition of perseverance, organizing the campus community for a…

Wheeler Hall building on campus

Fall Festival 2020 Canceled

The Northland College Office of Alumni Relations has decided to cancel Fall Festival 2020. The annual celebration of alumni and friends of Northland College was originally scheduled for September 24 – 26, with activities planned throughout the weekend. “This was a difficult decision to make. Fall Festival has become a…


2020 SONWAs Announced

Top prizes awarded to Miracle Country and Butterflies Belong Here.

Top prizes awarded to Miracle Country and Butterflies Belong Here. The Northland College Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute has announced the winning 2020 books for the Sigurd F. Olson Nature Writing Award (SONWA). Author Kendra Atleework has been selected for the top prize in nature writing for Miracle Country: A Memoir…

Wheeler Hall building on campus

Northland Graduates Class of 2020, Prepares for Future

…our small community and rural setting have served us well. Given our remote location, the College appears better positioned to resume operations than larger institutions situated in more densely populated areas of the nation. Our preference is to opt for three terms of on-campus instruction in the 2020-21 school year,…

The Chequamegon Food Coop at night.

The Language of Local Foods

Meagan (Wilson) Van Beest ’97 manager at CFC

…purchase twenty percent local food by 2020. As of right now, they are at fourteen percent and working to make the goal. In 2017, Van Beest was promoted to a three-person management team. For her latest partnership with Northland, Van Beest sends the co-op’s cardboard, paper, food waste, and biodegradable…

Forest Lodge Boathouse

Student projects save USFS $100,000, receive recognition

…estate includes fifteen log buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The USFS has plans to restore all the buildings by 2020. The College signed a sixty-year lease agreement with the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest earlier this year for site programming, coordination and maintenance. This lease is…