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POPCORN SALE — Greek life sets up shop in Jamrich Hall ticketing booth to sell popcorn for a local cause.

NMU Greek life collaborates for Sexual Assault Awareness Month fundraiser

Megan Voorhees April 26, 2024

NMU’s two sororities, Alpha Gamma Delta and Phi Sigma Sigma, collaborated together on Friday, April 19 to host a popcorn fundraiser to bring awareness to Sexual Assault Awareness Month during the month...

SHINRIN-YOKU — Jacquie Medina sits with students at shinrin-yoku, also known as forest bathing, event to focus on the nature present around them in order to relax.

Forest bathing event allows participants to relax in the middle of campus

Rachel Pott April 26, 2024

The forest bathing walk took place on Monday, April 22, 2024. The event was held in the academic mall and included breakout sessions that walked throughout different areas on campus. The event began...

ASNMU ASSEMBLY — Introducing ASNMU President Dana Hinckley (left) and Vice President Ruby Joseph (right). Photo courtesy of Dana Hinckley

NMU student body elects new ASNMU assembly, votes on referendums

Ryley Wilcox April 25, 2024

Third-year student Dana Hinckley has been announced as ASNMU President for the 2024-2025 academic year. Prior to her election, Hinckley served as the On-Campus Apartments Representative for ASNMU....

Photo Courtesy of the Northern Climate Network

Students get hands-on experience with climate change simulator

Megan Voorhees April 18, 2024

Students collaborated using simulation software En-Roads to create a virtual plan for decreasing global temperatures at this academic year's last Climate@Noon, on Friday, April 12 in Jamrich Hall.  En-Roads...

TKE to host Wildcat Wellness event promoting mental health

TKE to host Wildcat Wellness event promoting mental health

Rachel Pott April 18, 2024

Wildcat Wellness will be taking place Thursday, April 18, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Jamrich 1313. Wildcat Wellness is a collaborative event hosted by Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE), NMU WellBeing, LIVE@NMU and Mind...

A picture of ASMUs logo with the words your student government underneath

Q&A with ASNMU presidential candidates

Ryley Wilcox April 10, 2024

ASNMU, NMU's student government, elections open this week on Wednesday, April 10 and close Friday, April 12. On this year's ballot there are nine students running for office including two students for...

CHANGING SEASONS — As Marquette heads into summer, some experts say the implications of this warm winter could be long-lasting.

Analysis — UP scientists, businesses expect lingering effects after warm winter season

Emily Radke April 10, 2024

The winter season of 2024 in Marquette has been anything but predictable. The unfamiliar warm front that has been taking control of the better part of the Upper Peninsula’s winter has led to many professionals...

ASNMU ballot opens this week, allows students to voice their opinions

Rachel Pott April 9, 2024

The Associated Students of NMU (ASNMU) ballot will be available for students to vote on beginning Wednesday, April 10 at 8 a.m. The ballot will be sent to student emails on Wednesday morning and will contain...

JAZZ FEST — The NMU Music Department hosts Ellen Rowe for the 2024 Jazz Festival. Photo courtesy of Mark Flaherty

Jazz Festival returns as 2-day event

Rachel Pott April 5, 2024

Northern will be hosting Jazz Festival again this year on April 4 and 5. It will be held at Reynolds Recital Hall and will feature Ellen Rowe, a composer from the University of Michigan. Ellen Rowe...

DONATE BLOOD — SNA and MSNA bring the American Red Cross to campus to hold a blood drive for students and the community.

Blood Drive collects 30 pints of blood, combating national blood shortage

Rachel Pott April 4, 2024

The Student Nurses Association (SNA), along with the Multicultural Student Nurses Association (MSNA), held a blood drive on Mar. 28 with the help of the American Red Cross. The blood drive was held in...

RED DRESS — Red dresses, like these ones in the first-floor lounges of Jamrich Hall, have been displayed all throughout campus. The hanging gowns provide a physical representation of the absence of Indigenous persons.

Red dress display brings awareness to missing, murdered Indigenous persons

Ryley Wilcox March 29, 2024

The Center for Native American Studies (CNAS), the Native American Student Association (NASA) and Mino-bimose'idiwag (Walking the Path Together) have collaborated to put on red dress displays throughout...

RECORDS ON RECORDS — Teichman shows a variety of records on display at the Vinyl Emporium. With 10,000 records being brought in from downstate, there is something for everyone at the record show. Photo courtesy of Jon Teichman

Local record show promotes community connectivity

Megan Voorhees March 28, 2024

Michigan Records is hosting Geoff and Jon’s Vinyl Record Show, a four-day event at the Ore Dock Brewing Co. in collaboration with NMU's Vinyl Record Club. This is the event's 11th year, running March...

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