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MARESA workshop trains adults to help with mental health concerns

Ashley Beronja April 8, 2021

The Marquette-Alger Regional Educational Services Agency will be offering two separate training sessions focusing on giving adults the opportunity to learn skills needed to help support children and teenagers...

NMU dorms covered in snow

Inclement weather, increased snow days

Ashley Beronja February 11, 2021

Marquette, MI is notorious for inclement weather and more specifically, extreme winters. Back in Feb. 2019, Marquette recorded just over 200 inches of snow. This number equaled the average snowfall for...

The Northern University Center will be Marquettes COVID-19 vaccination clinic.

University forum meeting held, COVID-19 updates, enrollment results

Ashley Beronja February 4, 2021

On Feb. 3 NMU President Fritz Erickson held a virtual university forum that discussed issues involving COVID-19 numbers, vaccination plans, enrollment and retention trends, a budget update, news from...

The outside of Spalding Hall, former residence hall and current isolation quarters for those who test positive for COVID-19.

Housing and Residence Life holds virtual bingo for quarantined residents

Ashley Beronja February 3, 2021

Staring on Feb. 12 from 3:30-4:30 p.m., the Housing and Residence Life department will be hosting a virtual bingo night for students that are in quarantine to engage students with community events during...

Photo series promo photo for the Social Justice For Us series, Power in Unity.

Social Justice For Us presents photo series “Power in Unity” celebrating Black History Month

Ashley Beronja February 2, 2021

For the month of February, Social Justice For Us will be presenting the photo series “Power in Unity” to showcase African Americans who are Marquette community members as part of the annual Black...

Members of Campus Cinema sitting in front of The Shoreline Theatre banner in masks.

Campus Cinema showing Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” virtual, in-person options

Ashley Beronja January 28, 2021

Campus Cinema will be showing Marvel Studio's "Black Panther" on Saturday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. in-person at Jamrich 1100 as well as virtually. Those who sign up for the virtual showing on The Hub will gain...

Members of the Medicinal Plant Chemistry Club posing for photo as they take a break from picking up trash in Presque Isle Park

Medicinal Plant Chemistry Club gains partnership with Orion GMP Solutions, volunteer opportunities

Ashley Beronja January 28, 2021

NMU’s Medicinal Plant Chemistry Club has made a partnership with Orion GMP Solutions for a mutually beneficial, volunteer opportunity for student collaboration with the company by exposing undergraduate...

Event flyer for the Gift of Life Campus Challenge

Student Nurses Association to participate in first Gift of Life Campus Challenge

Ashley Beronja January 26, 2021

Since Jan. 21 NMU’s Student Nurses Association has been participating in the 2021 Gift of Life Campus Challenge in Michigan for the first time to raise awareness of the importance of organ donors, as...

Climate@Noon event flyer for Gender and Climate Adaptation

[email protected] – Gender & Climate Adaptation

Ashley Beronja January 22, 2021

On Friday, Jan. 22 from 12-1 p.m. the Northern Climate Network will host the first free virtual event of the semester, "[email protected] - Gender & Climate Adaptation," as part of the ongoing virtual...

Participant taking a COVID-19

Campus testing update, vaccine clinics

Ashley Beronja January 20, 2021

After being away for winter break for nearly two months, campus is starting to be occupied again by students along with the potential threat of COVID-19. As of Jan. 19, the number of cases for the...

Poster for NMUs virtual MLK Day celebration. Pictured in the poster is MLK Jr. in his famed Walk to Freedom in Detroit.

Annual MLK Day celebration held virtually

Ashley Beronja January 19, 2021

On this year’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Northern Michigan University switched to a safer approach for remembering the late King in relation to the current pandemic. Instead of marching around...

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