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Northland College education program recognized

For the second time in three years, the Northland College Educator Preparation Program has been recognized by the Association of Independent Liberal Arts College for Teacher Education as a Model of Excellence in Partnerships. Annette Nelson, associate professor and education department chair, accepted the award in March at the AILACTE…

Native American dancers

Northland Celebrates Indigenous Cultures Awareness Month

In celebration of Indigenous Cultures Awareness Month, Northland College will be hosting a series of events to promote understanding of Native American and indigenous culture. Events are free and open to the public. Click on the links for more information. March 3 Ojibwa Winter Games 1-6 p.m. Campus Mall March…

Paulette Moore with her camera

Free Speech TV Premieres Moore’s Doc

Free Speech TV (FSTV), a nonprofit, national, independent news network, announces the premiere of Paulette Moore’s, The Spirit of Standing Rock, Wednesday, February 15 at 7 p.m. CST. Free Speech TV will host a Facebook Live interview event with the filmmaker immediately following the broadcast at 7:30 pm CST. The…

Indigenous Peoples' Day Proclamation

Northland, Community to Observe & Discuss Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Northland College will host a panel discussion and observance of Indigenous Peoples’ Day Monday, October 9 at 7 p.m. In 2016, the College declared the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples’ Day, to focus on a more historically accurate perspective, regarding the beginnings of European and American interaction, respecting…

GLWC director Mic Isham on panel discussion at Northland College

Isham heads Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission

Michael “Mic” Isham Jr. ’87 arrived at Northland College as a self-described punk kid who wanted to play basketball. During his time, he connected with the professors turned mentors—most notably, Native American Studies Professor Joe Rose ‘58—played intramurals, studied sociopolitical and environmental studies, and served as president of the Native…

Ojibwe Coloring Books

Northland Grad Pens, Illustrates Ojibwe Coloring Books

WHSP Publishes Ojibwe Traditions

This winter, the Wisconsin Historical Society Press published its first children’s coloring book series, Ojibwe Traditions. The four books in the series contain pictures to color, stories, vocabulary, and often also include activities like word scrambles and mazes, to help kids learn more about Wisconsin’s American Indian — and specifically…