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NEW SEMESTER—Located in C.B. Hedgcock, NMUs Financial Aid office is a source for students whether it be with scholarships, job opportunities or internships.

On campus sources for job opportunities, future career skill builders

Dreyma Beronja, News Editor April 29, 2022

Students have many responsibilities during their academic years at college. Writing papers, participating in hall meetings, active in school organizations and, of course, finding a job to pay the bills....

SHAKE IT OFF—Mark Shevy, professor and Zumba instructor, leads a Zumba class with a positive attitude. Shevy will lead the Stress-Buster Zumbathon event tomorrow from 7-8:30 p.m. at the PEIF.

Stress-Buster Zumbathon held Friday for students to shake off stress

Dallas Wiertella, Staff Writer April 21, 2022

NMU Rec Sports and Marquette Ending Hunger have teamed up to create an open Zumba event for students to enjoy and loosen up during finals. The Stress-Buster Zumbathon charity event is being held at...

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Bigfoot and Marty to take the screen at Peter White Public Library

Dreyma Beronja, News Editor April 20, 2022

NMU’s MFA graduating student and English instructor, Ronnie Ferguson, will screen his new experimental documentary Bigfoot and Marty this month for the end of the Great Lakes Poetry Festival. In-person screening...

Graphic courtesy by Lydia M. Olson Library

NMU offers events to destress before finals week

Dreyma Beronja, News Editor April 18, 2022

With finals week just around the corner, students might find themselves stressed and staring at their laptops more than they would like. NMU will be providing students many ways to destress before finals...

Photo courtesy of Dr. Barbara Rhyneer

NMU Orchestra ends semester with final concert with guest artist

Justin Van't Hof, Editor in Chief April 18, 2022

The NMU Orchestra is presenting its final concert of the semester featuring guest artist Craig Randal Johnson. The free concert will take place at Reynolds Recital Hall on Tuesday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m....

SELF/ESCAPE—Students in AD417 will have their work displayed at The Crib until the end up April. The exhibition displays art that represent escapism or self-expression.

Student art show at The Crib

Hannah Smith, Contributing Writer April 6, 2022

Photography students from NMU enrolled in AD417 Photography: Professional Practices are given the chance to showcase their work at a local coffee shop - The Crib until the end of April. Students within...

Graphic courtesy by Lydia M. Olson Library

Lydia M. Olson Library hosts blackout poetry, collage workshop

Hannah Smith, Contributing Writer April 6, 2022

The Lydia M. Olson Library is hosting a blackout poetry and collage workshop on Wednesday, April 6 from 2-4 p.m. on the main floor of the library. This event is free for all students and community members...

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TV6’s Tia Trudgeon to speak with students on professional experience

Ryley Wilcox, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

Public Eye News (PEN), NMU’s student run broadcasting program, will be hosting a News Industry Job Forum with Tia Trudgeon, morning live reporter at WLUC-TV6, on Friday, April 1 to speak about career...

Graphic courtesy by NMU Theatre and Dance

Student help needed for production of ‘The Producers’

Dreyma Beronja, News Editor March 31, 2022

Northern Michigan University's Theatre and Dance Department is looking for urgent student help with behind-the-scenes work in their upcoming show, 'The Producers', which opens Friday, April 8. The department...

Q&A with Kerri Schuiling

Q&A with Kerri Schuiling

Dreyma Beronja, News Editor March 30, 2022

Kerri Schuiling was appointed as interim president of Northern Michigan University on Oct. 1 after then president, Fritz Erickson, was terminated by the Board of Trustees. Before stepping into the role...

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SMOOTHIES AND SUSHI—Temaki and Smoothie King, a dining services eatery on campus, has been closed since Aug. 23 due to staffing shortages.

Temaki, Smoothie King remain closed due to staffing shortages

Dreyma Beronja, News Editor March 24, 2022

Since Aug. 23, Temaki and Smoothie King have been closed due to staffing shortages. Due to COVID-19, director of dining services, Paul Schoonveld, said that the pandemic has impacted their ability to...

NEW SEMESTER—Located in C.B. Hedgcock, NMUs Financial Aid office is a source for students whether it be with scholarships, job opportunities or internships.

Upcoming semesters course registrations opens March 25

Dreyma Beronja, News Editor March 23, 2022

Upcoming semester registration is underway with summer semester registration having opened for all students and closing March 24. Fall 2022 semester registration will open March 25 for graduates, post-baccalaureate,...

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