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Photo courtesy of National Park Service
COUCH EXPLORING­—The National Parks Service partners with Google Arts & Culture to offer tours of renowned National Parks across the country with real tour guides and interactive video. Ranger Fiona North guides viewers through Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska. Viewers can kayak, hike and enter a crevasse of a Glacier with her all virtually at home.

Virtual Nature: Touring National Parks online

Eli Sparkman March 26, 2020

When I moved into my Marquette apartment back in August, I was tucking in for my first night of sleep in the new place when I heard a funky kind of shouting. I popped up alarmed and hurried to my window....

Weather by Jenny Offill review.

Review: “Weather” by Jenny Offill

Eli Sparkman March 12, 2020

Young person worry: What if nothing I do matters? Old person worry: What if everything I do does? This is just one of the many profundities placed throughout Jenny Offill’s new novel “Weather.”...

Photo courtesy of Tame Impalas official website 
Tame Impalas new album The Slow Rush is reviewed from a NMU student perspective.

Tame Impala: “The Slow Rush” Review

Eli Sparkman February 20, 2020

Every Friday I go to Sundre in the basement of the Lydia Olson Library. By Friday, a lot of the week’s food items have acquired an orange sticker that indicates the item is half off. The sticker also...

Photo courtesy of Mark Shevy
JAMMIN’ TO FOLK— Kerry Yost (left) local musician and Jackie Jahfetson NMU alum rehearse for their performances in the Winter Roots Folk Festival at the sound studio in McClintock on campus on Sunday, Jan. 26.

Embracing folk heritage through music

Eli Sparkman February 13, 2020

Feeling bogged down by the snow that’s just, like, everywhere? If music and community lift your spirits, there’s an event this weekend that might help you out of your winter hibernation. This Saturday,...

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