Starting September 28 through October 2, students and educators can go to the classes for free with a valid student or faculty ID.
Kevin Honeycutt Discusses New Teaching Methods
He places emphasis on using technology such as iPads, to teach students. He is also known to challenge educators to step outside of their traditional roles to inspire students to reach their full potential.
UMD Theater Presents: Spoon River
UMD’s theater department is set to kick off season with first production.
Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against UMD
Former University of Minnesota Duluth women’s hockey coach Shannon Miller, former softball coach Jen Banford and former women’s basketball coach Annette Wiles are suing the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents, citing a culture of discrimination at UMD.
Hundreds came out for the 9th Annual Autism Walk Northland Sunday.
High school students and their families had the chance to tour the College of St. Scholastica Sunday.
First Hospital in the Northland to Offer it During Labor
It’s a natural way to less the pain of child birth and it is gaining popularity: laughing gas.
After founding and directing the Gay Lesbain Bisexual Transgender Services office for 15 years, Angie Nichols has stepped down.
1st Annual Living History Walk
Find out where you can learn Douglas County History outside and in a unique way this weekend.
Study by Dr. Bruce White is Highlighted at Annual Event
This year they highlighted an ethnographic study of the indigenous community in Duluth, by Dr. Bruce White.
The 5K run and walk is called Emotions in Motion. The proceeds will benefit programs used to educate people about depression and suicide.
Students at Congdon Park Elementary School celebrated their green thumbs.
Proposed Renovation Plans To Enhance Education Experience
Wednesday evening, members of the Minnesota House of Representatives stopped at Hibbing Community College on their state bonding tour.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior and Kafkas University in Kars, Turkey are proud to announce that they will be entering into a new international partnership with the signing of an articulation agreement between the two schools Wednesday.
The Start Early Funders Coalition and other groups hosted a gathering to raise awareness of the challenges that homeless children and their families face in Minnesota.
Children Learn Through Hands-On Experience
Duluth fifth graders took a field trip to one of four city parks in Duluth to get a hands-on learning experience in a variety of subjects.
For a second year, the University of Wisconsin-Superior is working to inspire discussions about violence and peace.
Congressman Rick Nolan came to Duluth to participate in a round-table talk about mental health with a focus on youth.
School Board Member Dismisses Lawsuit
School board member Art Johnston has dropped his federal lawsuit against the Duluth School Board.
Aspirations in Computing Award
Find out how a program is advocating for more women to work in the computing field.
International Coastal Cleanup Program
Some UW-Superior students spent the morning at Wisconsin Point Beach cleaning up the beach and completing a beach health assessment.
Crating a Safe Haven from Sex Trafficking
A Grand Rapids organization is working to raise money and create a safe haven from sex trafficking.
Family Donates 100 Duluth Pack Backpacks
A new backpack is something any kid can treasure, but a group of Duluth second graders might have just hit the mother lode.
Fifth & Final Session Teaches Guests About Lake Superior's Changing Seasons
Friday, Duluth’s Large Lakes Observatory wrapped up its fifth and final session of ‘Science on Deck.’
Duluth Children Learn About Eating Healthy, Harvesting Food
Thursday, families in Duluth’s Hillside neighborhoods celebrated the harvest at Myers–Wilkins Elementary.
Authorities Seek Help Closer to Home for Threats
It’s a concern law enforcement officials are bringing to light after a suspicious package showed up at UW-Superior.
LSC's Center for Advanced Aviation Officially Opens
Lake Superior College’s Center for Advanced Aviation is officially hosting classes.
A tense afternoon in Superior Wednesday, as authorities respond to a suspicious package on the UW-Superior campus. As of 6:30p.m. on Wednesday evening they are still waiting for the bomb squad to Wausau to arrive.
Hawk Festival Happening in Duluth
It’s a plane? Nope it’s a bird.Tourist’s eyes are to the sky at Hawk Ridge as they take part in the annual bird migration
Student Explore Technical Fields on the Iron Range
“I haven’t really looked at all of my options yet,” Deer River High School junior Sophie Lindquist said.
Superior Students Evacuated for Bomb Threat
Students at Superior High School are in the process of being evacuated due to a bomb threat at UW–Superior.
Grant will Help with Educational Programs at Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College has been awarded $1,047,244 from the United States Department of Education through the American Indian Tribally Controlled Colleges and Universities Title III Grant Program.
Wilderness Inquiry Makes Learning Fun for Elementary School Students
Wilderness Inquiry partnered with the Superior National Forest and several other organizations to educate 6th graders from Superior about the watershed’s ecosystem, health, and history.
“Just try to get some rest and stretch a little bit, crack my back and we’ll see what happens,” UWS student and Veteran Thomas Naughton said.
Tansy Faire kicked off a craft show inside the Carnegie Library featuring more than 40 local businesses and crafters.
The doors of the Morgan Park School were opened to the public one last time.
The University of Wisconsin System has eliminated dozens of administrative and academic affairs positions in a cost-saving measure to help cope with state budget cuts.
If you introduce preschoolers to vegetables they will most likely eat them.
Thirty–one fifth graders from Lake Superior Elementary spread 600 pounds of wild rice in the St. Louis River Estuary.
Duluth School Hosts Party to Stop Bullying
Hundreds of families turned out for the annual Bully Free Block Party at Raleigh Edison School.
Alumni Welcome Freshmen to School
The Saints Heritage club, which honors alumni from 50 or more years ago, gathered with students, faculty and staff, to welcome the new freshmen.
Myers-Wilkins 2nd Graders Head Back to School in Style
As we kick off this new school year, students at Myers–Wilkins Elementary will be doing so in fashion.
Historic Project Complete in Bayfield
A project two summers in the making is finally complete at the Bayfield Maritime Museum.
After a nice and warm summer off, Duluth students made their way back to school Tuesday for the first full day of classes.
Duluth's Superintendent Discusses Upcoming School Year
Duluth’s Superintendent discusses his plans for the upcoming year for the Duluth School District.
Donate don’t dump is the motivation behind a dorm sale held on Saint Scholastica’s campus.
An area university welcomed students starting a new chapter in their life.
Lowell Elementary Adds New 1st Grade Cultural Classroom to Duluth School District
As kids are heading back to the books, Lowell Elementary School is getting ready to begin the second year of its language immersion program, the only program of its kind in the Northland.
Raise Money For Team Training Camp Trip
Wednesday, CSS cheerleaders were out at the Miller Hill Mall washing cars as they raised funds for their squad.
Number One Community College in Wisconsin
A study done by Wallet Hub placed WITC as the number one community college in Wisconsin and the 16th best in the nation!