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Title IX

…counseling, and other adjustments as reasonably available. Interim support measures are available whether or not you decide to go forward with a formal complaint. The alleged responsible party does not need to be identified, nor does a complaint need to be filed, to receive interim measures and support. Speak with…

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Six individuals named to Board of Trustees

…in several church and denomination roles, she brings to Plymouth her profound commitment to social justice. To prepare herself as thoroughly as possible to combat injustice, she earned a law degree from Vermont Law School in 2013. Bailey earned her bachelor of art degree from Kalamazoo College and masters and…

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Climate Science

…can create several feet of snowfall here, while thirty miles away it’s blue skies and fifteen degrees warmer. Understanding the influence of our location on the atmosphere will improve weather forecasts and simulated scenarios of climate change. You will have the opportunity to work one-on-one with faculty, using computer models…

Abbey Road Sailing

Sailing, Art, and the Apostle Islands

June 12June 16

Sailing, Art, and the Apostle Islands is for participants 14-17 years of age interested in learning to sail, living aboard a tall ship for five days and broadening their perspective of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore through creative exploration and action. How does art influence stewardship of a place? Does

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Student Athlete Handbook

This guide offers an overview and links to some of the most important policies and rules related to student-athletes. However, it does not replace or supersede the official Northland College Handbook—which provides the complete text of all College policies—or actual UMAC, NCHA, WIAC and NCAA rules and regulations. This handbook…

Northland College student Abby Keller and National Park Service mentor Caroline Twombly stand outside the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore

Understanding Federal Applications and USAjobs.gov

November 9, 5:30 pm6:30 pm

…federal work (and application) experience, will again lead this popular annual workshop. She’ll provide an overview of setting up your USAjobs account, searching for opportunities, understanding the fine print and various hiring authorities, document uploading, what to expect during the hiring process—including potential assessment tests—and a ton of pointers on…

Northland College alum Carl Sacks looks at GIS with students

Mapping for a Better World

Created "The Black Snake in Sioux Country" Map

…to tribal cultural resources. “To me, maps provide an important vehicle for empowering marginalized communities to fight back against environmental and social injustice,” he said. Read, view his maps, and learn more about his process by visiting his blog or his website. Photo of Carl Sack with students by Tom…

Northland College alum Abby Rose and her sister Yana Dee at Yana Dee Ethical Apparel

Thread of Hope

Making Fashion Ecological, Sustainable, and Just

…was a newer, niche thing; that’s changed a lot,” she said. “The same thing is happening with fashion because people are caring more about social justice, the environment, and personal health.” In conventional clothing production, about half of the fabric is thrown away because the fabric is so cheap, so…