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Portrait of John Allen

Allen Named Philanthropist of the Year

…President Michael Miller stood at a podium and spoke directly to John’s three adult children. “I want you to know what your father means to Northland. He’s a force. He’s passionate. He gets things done. He’s a leader. His generosity and dedication to this place means the world to everyone…

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 Everybody Party

Campus Life

…Lab’s green screen. Members strive to educate the local community about weather hazards and safety by sponsoring the annual Skywarn™ class during our annual Weather Week. Weather Club Volunteers also support the annual Book Across the Bay event by providing up to date weather information and an hourly forecast for…

Northland College student adds mark to identity wheel

Diversity & Inclusion

…projects. Encourages those students seeking a faith community to reach out to fellowships in the Chequamegon Bay area. The Chequamegon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (CUUF) makes its home at Northland College and meets meets twice a month in the Alvord Theatre. Everyone of all ages is welcome. The CUUF believes in…

Northland College student adds mark to identity wheel

Student Wellness

…Universalist Fellowship (CUUF) makes its home at Northland College and meets meets twice a month in the Alvord Theatre. Everyone of all ages is welcome. The CUUF believes in the inherent worth and dignity of every person and the free and responsible search for truth and meaning. For more information…

Professor and student in forest

Maxwell Nature Area

…way to commemorate her life and her generosity towards the Northland community. The Maxwell Nature Area has become an outdoor classroom for faculty and students for research and stewardship work. Learn more about this White River property. Maxwell Nature Area Your outdoor classroom. Get Outside Powered by nature. Go North…

Red canoe on a lake

Fall Festival Schedule

…10 a.m. Alvord Theatre, Ponzio Chequamegon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Worship Service—CUUF Minister, Stacy Craig (’04) will give the message, A Superior Blessing, celebrating the beauty and power of Lake Superior and what it can teach us about beauty, chaos, and healing. The Chequamegon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship believes wholeheartedly in being…

Hoover Dam

Opinion: The Southwest’s water problems are about to get much worse

For the Washington Post

…a sober climate-change milestone. Mead has always managed to bounce back from prior lows. But the Bureau’s latest 24-month forecast shows the reservoir stubbornly staying in record territory through year’s end. That has never happened since Hoover Dam was built in the 1930s. Hence, the federal government is expected to…

From the Archives: Olson Delivers the First Johnson Lecture

…Institute of Environmental Studies with funding for its first year. As Bob Matteson observes, the Johnsons “set a shining example of generosity, concern for the environment, and support of private institutions.” Appropriately, the Institute’s first lecture series was named in Johnson’s honor, and its inaugural lecture was delivered by Sigurd…

Northland College Trustee Mary H. Rice on her porch in Bayfield.

Wisdom, Work, Wallop, and Wealth

Mary Rice’s Enduring Legacy

Mary Rice’s Enduring Legacy “Your generosity and commitment to Northland College continues to take my breath away. You have always made a full commitment to all of the four W’s: wisdom, work, wallop, and wealth.” —In a letter from Don Chase to Mary Rice in 2002. Northland President Karl I….