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Reopening FAQ

2020欧洲杯正规投注平台Updated August 4, 2020 We want to make sure you feel safe coming to Northland. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers. If you still have a question that isn’t answered below, please contact covid@jaymer-q.com. Check out these FAQ’s Academics Student Health Parents Testing, Isolation & Quarantine Campus Life Residential Life Student Employment

Trees growing outside Fenenga Hall on Northland College campus

A Gift from the Heart to Support Others

Brady-Hallberg-Ketelaar-Poore Scholarship

2020欧洲杯正规投注平台In 1994, four students—Scott Brady, Daniel Hallberg, Elise Ketelaar, and Bradley Poore—died in a car accident on their way back to campus from a concert. Inspired to create a legacy in memory of these students, family and friends created an endowed scholarship that would go to students who demonstrated the qualities of those who had

Jaguar Macho Uno

Macho Uno

Tracking One of the Oldest Wild Jaguars

Professor Erik Olson has published multiple scientific papers, but a recently published paper was one of the most meaningful, he said. Olson, along with Costa Rican collaborators, and most significantly his former student Parker Matzinger ’16, authored an article on Costa Rican jaguars—specifically one they named Macho Uno—in the Spring 2019 edition of Cat News.

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Finding True North

2020欧洲杯正规投注平台What a year for our mighty little College by the lake!  When I enthusiastically accepted the role of major gift officer in Institutional Advancement earlier this year, I could never have imagined what we would soon face as a campus community. Nor how quickly I would come to hold such deep respect and conviction for

Hudack’s Philosophy?

Stay Calm and Remain Positive

Ashland native Tiffany Hudack played softball at The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota, where she was the assistant softball coach for two years. She returned home to coach softball at Northland in 2018. What’s your coaching philosophy? To stay positive no matter how bad or terrible the situation is. I really stand by

Bee on a flower

Mini Adventures for Youth at Home

Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute Youth Outreach

2020欧洲杯正规投注平台How do we keep connecting with youth, especially at this time of physical distancing, when connection is most important? That is the difficult question we faced in mid-March and continue to face. The pandemic is impacting thousands of communities, human and non-human alike, helping people, comfortably or not, embody the understanding of interdependence and connectedness

Northland College student Jordan Brennan

Hometown Favorite Chooses Home

Ashland hometown favorite Jordan Brennan is a star on the basketball court and off. He’s unassuming, humble—and he delivers. Kids look up to him. Teachers love him. Players want to play with him. Coaches want to coach him. Even when he one-ups someone, they can’t help but say nice things about him. Last winter, when

Northland College volleyball player spikes the ball

Coach Meierotto Rebuilds Volleyball

Deepens Regional Connection

2020欧洲杯正规投注平台The Northland College volleyball team closed the books on the regular season just over a week ago, and the LumberJills were once again left out of the playoff picture in the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference. But all that could be changing in the near future under head coach Chelsea Meierotto, who has the program trending

Birkie skiers

From Grief, Comes Joy

Norgaard Family Create Legacy Fund for Bjorn '10

Some of you say, ‘Joy is greater than sorrow,’ and others say, ‘Nay, sorrow is the greater.’ But I say unto you, they are inseparable. Together they come, and when one sits alone with you at your board, remember that the other is asleep upon your bed. —Kahlil Gibran Eight years after twenty-three-year-old Bjorn Norgaard

Wolf hunting, captured on trail camera, Maxwell Property

A History with Wolves

Wolf Awareness Week

Roughly 43 years ago, wildlife biologists detected evidence of breeding wolves in the state for the first time in decades. At that time, wolves had been considered extirpated from the state since 1960, and the only gray wolves remaining in the lower 48 were found in northeastern Minnesota. Today, there is a stable population distributed