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CULTURE SHOCK—NMUs Culture Shock Film Society has posters throughout campus displaying the Fall 2021 film lineup schedule.

Culture Shock Film Society presents ‘The Birds’ (1963)

Dreyma Beronja, News Editor October 11, 2021

Northern Michigan University's organization, Culture Shock Film Society, screened Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 thriller, 'The Birds'. 'The Birds' is about a wealthy San Francisco socialite who pursues a...

Writer Ira Sukrungruang to visit NMU

Writer Ira Sukrungruang to visit NMU

Akasha Khalsa, Opinion Editor October 1, 2021
Author of Southside Buddhist Ira Sukrungruang is set to visit campus this coming week. He will be holding a reading and discussion in the Peninsula Room V in the Northern Center at 7 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 7.
Open Mouth Open Mic night to be held at Ore Dock

Open Mouth Open Mic night to be held at Ore Dock

Akasha Khalsa, Opinion Editor September 24, 2021
Writers and musicians looking for opportunities to share their work in a social environment might be interested in an upcoming event at the Ore Dock Brewing Company.
Photo courtesy of Lanni Lantto

UP Wild hosts hike in ‘Old Town’ Negaunee

Dreyma Beronja, News Editor September 16, 2021

UP Wild will host their repeat event from last year, Hike the Lost City, to the public this Saturday. Participants will climb staircases that lead to non-existing homes, walk crumbling roads and see abandoned...

SHARING RESEARCH-Dr. Carter Wilson, department head and professor at NMU since 2013, will share his research findings in an upcoming academic presentation.

Talk to be held on critical race theory and constitutional law

Akasha Khalsa, Opinion Editor September 2, 2021
Students with an interest in critical theory and critical race theory may be intrigued by an upcoming academic presentation to be held by Political Science department head Dr. Carter Wilson.
UPABA to hold caregiver webinars on behavior analysis

UPABA to hold caregiver webinars on behavior analysis

Akasha Khalsa April 22, 2021

Relatives and caregivers of individuals who might benefit from Applied Behavior Analysis will be provided an informational webinar series hosted by the Upper Peninsula Association of Behavioral Analysis....


Conservation crew to hold Earth Week collaborating with groups for change

Akasha Khalsa April 15, 2021

With Earth Day coming up on Thursday, April 22, the Conservation Crew plans to hold a more expansive celebration of sustainability initiatives by holding an entire week of education events. The Conservation...


APABA to hold talk on behavior analysis, police training

Akasha Khalsa February 11, 2021

The Upper Peninsula Association of Behavior Analysis will hold its February webinar, Behavioral Science and Police, on Friday, Feb. 19. The webinar will feature John O'Neill, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LABA. It will...

open house

Native American Student Association to hold open house

Akasha Khalsa January 28, 2021

Those interested in getting involved at the Native American Student Association can attend an upcoming open house for students. The event will be held virtually due to safety considerations in the continuing...

Brief 10/18/12

NW Staff October 18, 2012

State News The Michigan Farm Bureau and Michigan United Conservation club are two of the groups that are pushing for an open hunting season on Gray Wolves in the U.P. The wolves have recently been taken...

Briefs 10/11/12

NW Staff October 11, 2012

State News Secretary of State Ruth Johnson has decided not to pursue filing an emergency appeal of a ruling which prevents a citizenship question from being asked on the ballot. U.S. District Judge...

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