There’s a new pottery class taking place in the masonic mall, hot plate clay works has started its first 6-week wheel throwing class for all skill levels.
A Marquette business is encouraging people to ditch the extra waste this year and switch to a refillable alternative. Unsalted Goods is a refill shop located in downtown Marquette, its goal: reduce the plastic waste that comes from normal household items.
2022 is finally over, and with the new year comes new routines! We checked out some ways to make sure you can keep up with your resolutions this year.
The Center for Native American Studies is reaching out for donations. With exams starting next week, the office is hoping to stock up on its main medicinal plants for cleansing.
NMU students and community members gathered at the superior dome for the walkathon, bringing donations to support their cause.
It’s almost winter here in The UP, and with the holidays ahead and for students, exams, sometimes stress can take over. We checked in with some wellness and health professionals to talk about how to take care of yourself during winter time.
The Senior Art Exhibition is now open to the public, graduating seniors from each concentration are presenting their work for their last semester.
Over the weekend, students from across The UP traveled to Bark River Harris schools for a little friendly competition. The UP Quiz Bowl brought 100 middle school students together to compete in the knowledge showcase.
A teddy bear toss will be taking place at this Friday’s NMU hockey game. fans are encouraged to bring a stuffed toy of any kind to throw onto the ice at the end of the first period.
A wonderful winter wonderland transformation is coming to Marquette next week: Downtown Marquette is hosting the 12th annual Winter Snow Fun Holiday Parade and tree lighting this year on December 8th. The parade will start out on Fair Avenue at 6 pm and head down Third Street to The Marquette Commons for Marquette’s 47th tree […]