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Alumnus Karl ’04 oversees outdoor therapeutic program

Healing Through a Lense

…School will get a chance to participate in Under the Surface this summer and fall in a student-driven exploration, in which program staff provide the tools and support, including water safety, photography lessons, trip logistics, and artistic work with the final products. “The places we explore, photographs produced, the subjects,…

Immerse Yourselves

…you’ll also discover astounding beauty, talent, and wonder. As e.e.cummings reminds us, it is not until we believe in ourselves that “we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” Which brings me to my final recommendation–to immerse yourself in mystery and the unknown….

Chaplain David Saetre at podium

“Nature Boy” Saetre Called Back for Encore

…it is the final lecture graduating seniors will hear at Northland College and it’s theoretically the last lecture the speaker would give knowing it may be his last. “However, my lecture is meant to be a postscript to a Northland education and also to a career of teaching about the…

Three pairs of shoes

Circumnavigating Lake Superior—On Foot

…Superior. Monday, August 15, Evan Flom ’14, Allissa Stutte ’13, and Andy Butter ’14 returned from the east, running along the Lake Superior shoreline for their final running miles. The three friends circumnavigated the lake jogging 1,352.31 miles on foot in eighty-six days—an average of fifteen miles per day.  …

Northland College Women's Soccer TEam

A Winning Women's Soccer Season

…semi-final playoffs. The team lost in the championship round but even so, this was one for the record books. Northland College headlined the UMAC all-conference awards in November with with Wieland and five teammates as first team honorees—sophomore Gretchen Hamernick-Winter, junior Laura Rethman, junior Emily Romuald, sophomore Kaiya Goldberg, and…

Deer exclosure-Bayfield County

Wisconsin’s Disappearing Forest

Prof Sarah Johnson researches the botanical realities of deer browse

…what young men did and then watching an old wolf fade, the “fierce green fire dying in her eyes.” In his final paragraphs, Leopold warns of an ecosystem out of balance: Since then I have lived to see state after state extirpate its wolves. I have watched the face of…

WUWM: Historic Northern Wisconsin Estate Reborn with Environmental Focus

…The Griggs’s enjoyment of their oasis on the shores of Lake Namekagon stretched across three generations. In 1999, the Lodge’s final direct heir, Mary Griggs Burke, donated the estate to The Trust for Public Land. Her wish was that Forest Lodge become a hands-on environmental center. To read full article….

Raven Painting

Small Works Art Exhibit on Campus

…nearly $2000 for the artists. The final bidding will take place at the closing reception on December 4, 5 – 7:30pm. There is no entry fee for CBAC members and a $10 entry fee for non-members. This is a great opportunity for emerging artists to introduce themselves to the public…

Northland College engineering student working on 3D printer

Enterprising Student Turns 3D Hobby into Business

…of the customary fifteen-to-thirty minutes, Larson-Juhl can run six-to-twelve million more feet through the plant under ideal conditions in one year.” This past summer, he started his own 3D printing business. He is now into his final year of undergraduate studies. “As with any student athlete, the number one thing…