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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
Looking for a job this summer or next semester? How about internships for your degree? NMU has many resources on campus to help students achieve their goals before and after graduation.
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
Students looking to shake off their stress before finals can head to the PEIF on Friday, April 22.
EARTH WEEK— DivestNMUs climate march will end at Cohodas Hall with speakers and informational tables. 
Ryley Wilcox/NW

DivestNMU closes Earth Week with guest speaker and climate march

Ryley Wilcox, Staff Writer April 21, 2022

DivestNMU, a student organization demanding the university pull investments out of fossil fuels, will host a guest speaker and a climate march to close out the 8th Annual Anderton’s Earth Week at NMU. The...

Graphic courtesy by Graduate Studies & Research

Work-Life Balance presentation to be hosted for graduating students

Ayanna Allen, Assistant News Editor April 20, 2022
Graduate Studies & Research will hold a workshop to discuss ways to create healthy boundaries in professional settings in order to balance career and personal goals along with facilitating better mental health on Wednesday, April 20.
Poster courtesy by RichLegg

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

Dreyma Beronja, News Editor April 20, 2022
MFA graduate, Ronnie Ferguson, will screen his latest experimental documentary, Bigfoot and Marty, on Monday, April 25 at 6 p.m. in the Shiras Room at Peter White Public Library.
Graphic courtesy by Lydia M. Olson Library

NMU offers events to destress before finals week

Dreyma Beronja, News Editor April 18, 2022
Students who are looking to destress before finals week can register for different events going on this week through the Hub including Yogalates at the library and painting with the Art Therapy Club.
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 will end the semester with their final concert on Tuesday, April 19, and feature guest artist Craig Randal Johnson.
NMUs First Multicultural Graduation Celebration to be held on Saturday

NMU’s First Multicultural Graduation Celebration to be held on Saturday

Madoline Plattenberg, Assistant Sports Editor April 16, 2022

NMU’s Student Equity and Engagement Center will be hosting its first ever Multicultural Graduation Celebration for students and community members this coming Saturday. The celebration recognizes the...

A photo of the wildcat statue on NMU campus

Task Force to hold rally to raise awareness of childcare crisis

Ryley Wilcox, Staff Writer April 15, 2022
The Early Childhood Education Task Force will hold a rally Friday to raise awareness of the childcare crisis of the Upper Peninsula and demonstrate the need for an early childhood education center, a learning and education based daycare center, on campus.
Flyer courtesy of Career Services

SPECIAL THANKS—National Student Employment Week will be celebrated April 11-17 this year. This week takes time to acknowledge the importance of student workers and the hard work they do. The Career Services thanks all student employees for their commit-mint with their on-campus jobs.

Student employees celebrated during National Student Employment Week

Joshua La Gorio, Contributing Writer April 13, 2022
National Student Employment Week, held during the week of April 11, celebrates student employees during their time studying in post-education.
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
Students enrolled in the AD417 photography class will have their work over the semester displayed at local coffee spot, The Crib, until the end of April
Graphic courtesy by Lydia M. Olson Library

Lydia M. Olson Library hosts blackout poetry, collage workshop

Hannah Smith, Contributing Writer April 6, 2022
Students can sit back and relax this Wednesday from 2-4 p.m. in the library with a blackout poetry workshop. All materials will be provided.
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