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The North Wind

The North Wind

The North Wind

KEEP WARM - NMUs Student Nurses Association collected new socks for those in need during the month of October. They placed collection boxes around campus including in Jamrich, West Science and the dorms.

Nursing students collect socks for those in need

Sophia Huhta , Contributing writer October 28, 2021

Fall is coming to a close as the wind blows its colorful leaves across the campus lawn. The community has already started to say goodbye to 80 degree weather and beach days, but not everyone is prepared...

Student Allies in Health starts caregiving opportunities for students

Student Allies in Health starts caregiving opportunities for students

Katarina Rothhorn, Features Editor September 24, 2021

Rachel Mitchell, senior nursing major, felt surprised by her peers as she tried to keep her flyers from blowing away on the wind and watched hundreds of students milling about the other colorful tables...

UP BY THE ROOT—A Lake to Lake CISMA volunteer holds up a clump of garlic mustard, an invasive species threatening to degrade the pristine natural setting around the Great Lakes region.

Organization fights invasive species

Akasha Khalsa January 16, 2020

The Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program through the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will provide $86,474 in funding to the Marquette conservation organization—Lake to Lake Cooperative Invasive...

For about a month over the summer, sophomore Daisy Lupa and her friend traveled to Norway to volunteer on an organic farm through World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. They stayed on the farm with a host that included room and board in exchange for help around the grounds. The two gained valuable farming experience abroad at little cost.
Photo courtesy of Daisy Lupa

Ultimate summer abroad experience

Maggie Duly August 29, 2019

A month-long scenic getaway to the luscious countryside of Norway with little to no cost shed on living accommodations sounds like a dream. However, sophomore Daisy Lupa was able to make it a reality...

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