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WILDPUPS? WILDCAT! - Butterscotch (left), the first cat to join Wildpups, the animal assisted therapy program on campus debuted with his handler, Diana Perry (right).

NMU Wildpups welcomes first feline member, Butterscotch, into program

Ayanna Allen October 28, 2022

NMU Wildpups, an Animal Assisted Intervention (AAI) program, introduced their new feline member, a cat named Butterscotch, into the group on Oct. 27 in Lydia M. Olsen Library. The program aims to enhance...

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North Wind Staff September 5, 2019

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Second Wildcat goes pro after season: Jones seizes opportunity to play in the National Lacrosse League

Cody Boyer March 28, 2013

With one Wildcat potentially heading toward a career with the NHL, another member of the Northern Michigan University hockey team is gearing up for a summer away from Green and Gold ice. Following the...

Wildcat pride lacking on campus

Lee McClelland February 21, 2013

Being a Marquette native, I have heard my fair share of negative sentiments about attending Northern Michigan University. Local colloquialisms like “Northern: where the N stands for knowledge” or...

Den rule considered

Amanda Monthei December 6, 2012

An altercation in the Wildcat Den last week has prompted action from Campus Dining Services after a student was reportedly asked to leave the campus dining hall for staying there for more than 45 minutes. Senior...

Wildcat Market offers venue for student entrepreneurs

Lucy Hough October 11, 2012

Creative students who make sellable goods have an opportunity to become entrepreneurs on campus. The Wildcat Market is an opportunity for students, faculty, staff and community members to purchase...

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