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Native American dancers

Powwow and Awareness

…to the public. We hope you join us. Spring Powwow | Join us in March 2018, for the 44 annual Spring Powwow—everyone is welcome! As part of Indigenous Cultures Awareness Month, the annual powwow is a signature event at Northland College. Enjoy the popular powwow photo booth, as well as…

Bike in the moonlight

9th Annual Starlight Ramble

October 13, 2023, 6:00 pm11:30 pm

A Northland College Fall Term tradition! Join Outdoor Pursuits student leaders and other bicycling enthusiasts for a twenty-six-mile bike ride along the Tri-County Corridor (an old railroad grade with a smooth crushed-lime surface) by moonlight, starlight, or headlamp. This annual ride takes place the night before Ashland hosts its annual

A photo of North Carolina Poet Laureate Jaki Shelton Green

North Carolina Poet Laureate Jaki Shelton Green

January 15, 9:00 am10:00 am

2022 by Flutronix and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. She serves as the poetry editor for WALTER Magazine and holds an appointment as the Poet Laureate in Residence at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Additionally, she has been recognized on the Forbes Magazine 50 Over 50 Lifestyle List for 2022….

Northland College Professor Joe Rose Sr.

Distinguished Service

Honoring Gary and Kay LaPean and Joe Rose Sr.

…in the annual Golf Classic. Kay LaPean is cochair of the President’s Club and has been an active supporter of Northland events including the Golf Classic and President’s Club dinner. “Gary and Kay LaPean have been longtime friends and supporters of Northland College and have made countless contributions to the…

Northland College student plays golf.

Gilligan Personifies "Student-Athlete"

…college can offer,” said Gilligan who has participated in basketball, golf and softball at one point during her three-and-a-half years at Northland. “The program here for biology and natural resources is outstanding. I think that I’m well-qualified to enter the field, which is what I wanted going in to college….