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The North Wind is an independent student publication serving the Northern Michigan University community. It is partially funded by the Student Activity Fee. The North Wind digital paper is published daily during the fall and winter semesters except on university holidays and during exam weeks. The North Wind Board of Directors is composed of representatives of the student body, faculty, administration and area media.

Students protest against Israel-Hamas war with campus encampment
Students protest against Israel-Hamas war with campus encampment
Dallas WiertellaApril 30, 2024

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A meteor hit southeastern Michigan at approximately 8:08 p.m. Tuesday evening. The asteroid was about 1 to 2 yards in diameter and was moving at a speed of 28,000 mph. It began melting away at extremely high temperatures which produced a bright light and confusion among locals. The meteor caused a 2.0 magnitude earthquake, and people reported feelings of the ground shaking during its arrival. It broke about 20 miles above Earth, which caused a shower of small space rocks that weighed 1 to 2 ounces. NASA is currently investigating the meteor’s origin.

— Compiled from news sources

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