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CUUF: Annual Water Service

September 10, 10:00 am11:30 am

The Chequamegon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (CUUF) will hold its Annual Water Service in person on Sunday, September 10, 2023, at 10 a.m. Attendees can gather on the shores and on the water of Long Lake outside of Washburn, Wisconsin. Because we are unable to livestream from Long Lake, there will…

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CUUF: Annual Flower Service

May 21, 10:00 am11:30 am

The Chequamegon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (CUUF) will hold its Annual Flower Service on Sunday, May 21, 2023, at 10 a.m. in a hybrid format. Attendees can join in person in the Alvord Theatre at Northland College’s Ponzio Campus Center or join the livestream via Zoom. During this year’s service, we…

Wheeler Hall 2016

Message to the Community: budget updates

…in addition to their annual giving. The trustees will monitor the College’s financial progress this next year in determining how the next year of cross country will be funded. Craig and John made this decision for reasons of recruitment, retention, and strong student and faculty support for the sport. Two…

The Penn family

My Northland Women

Three Generations of Penn Women

…attended nurse’s training in the late 1920s and was required to take a science course at Northland— walking up the same steps to Wheeler Hall that I walked as a student in the 1970s. My great-aunt Ada Solberg worked at the College, giving many years to Northland as an integral…

books on shelf

Madeline Jarvis Is Creating the Friendliest Library in the World.

…for the Marion Public Library. “I majored in Sustainable Community Development because I want to help communities thrive.” free time: I love gardening and canning. “I really love seed saving and food sovereignty. That drives me to can. Last year we did 60 pints of salsa for Christmas gifts. It’s…


The Latest REFund Projects

…projects—eco-reps program, recycling bins, reusable dinnerware, and hydroponic towers—funded and are waiting for them to be implemented. EMILY DONALDSON Major: Sustainable Community Development Project: Addition of an eco-reps program Why: Many college campuses have eco-reps programs that are predominantly based in residence halls. An eco-reps program at Northland College can…

Four eco-rep students outdoors

Eco-Reps at Northland College

…sustainable community development major Sara Beadle, senior humanity and nature major Katie Nolan, and Ellie Zimmer. The four meet 1-2 times every week with each other and with other groups on campus to discuss ways to promote sustainability on campus. They’re looking specifically at the three pillars of sustainability: environmental,…


Live in Your Hiking Boots

College Magazine Names Northland College in Rankings of “Top 10 Colleges for Outdoor Enthusiasts.”

…in outdoor education, Northland’s most popular major.* It pairs nicely with the business degrees, sustainable entrepreneurship or sustainable community development for a double major. Classes at Northland immerse students in the outdoors. ‘For my limnology class, we go on a field trip each week to a different type of water…

Arial view of Northland campus

Impact on local economy put at $45.5 M

By Rick Olivo, The Daily Press A University of Wisconsin-Whitewater study shows that Northland College has an economic impact that compares favorably with the other major employers in Ashland County and has a substantial economic effect over a five-county region. The UW-Whitewater’s Fiscal and Economic Research Center (FERC) prepared the…