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Read the CARES ACT Notification. Read the Clery COVID-19 Compliance Notification. Resources It is natural to experience a wide range of thoughts, feelings, and reactions in regards to the current global health crisis. Please visit our COVID-19 resource page for tips on how to take care of yourself and manage stress and anxiety. If you’re
Have you ever dreamt of a world beyond what we currently know to be possible? Not of a dystopian future where the soil is bare, and the water is spoiled; and not of a utopia where we all live in harmony free from suffering. But have you dreamt of a world where we fully embrace
2020欧洲杯正规投注平台The third Tuesday of every month at The Alley in downtown Ashland, an average-sized dinner crowd transforms into standing room only as the big screen is switched from a game to a slideshow presentation. This is Science on Tap, where students, scientists, and community pour into a bar and restaurant for drinks, food, and an
Jordyn O’Gara’s passion for wolves started as a kid when she used to draw floor plans for the animal sanctuary so she could save all wildlife. Then, when she was 10, she and her parents attended a presentation at the International Wolf Symposium hosted by the International Wolf Center in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. “At the… Read More →
August 16, 2018 — On the rocky beach at Little Girls Point County Park in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, the heavy wash of Lake Superior seeking the shore rolls stones the size of softballs back and forth in the surf. The power and immensity of the lake seems immutable. If there is anything in nature that… Read More →
Student volunteers initiated the campus composting program in 1993. Today, our compost program is still lead by work-study students who manage every aspect, including daily food scrap collection, monitoring the biological process, and final distribution. In the past year alone, we’ve turned 170,000 pounds of campus, community, and business food waste and organic material (leaves,
New-Student Convocation Address 2016 By Alan Brew, associate professor of English It is wonderful to be here with you this afternoon, under a tent, old friends and new, just a short walk from the largest body of fresh water in the world. I’m going to begin today by sharing parts of a story with you.… Read More →
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There are many action steps we can all take to help protect the symbol of our northern woods and waters. Learn more about what you can do to.