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Maroon and Gold Aerial Lift Bridge

A Commencement for the History Books

May 12, 2020

UMD celebrating its graduates with online ceremony.
An aerial lift bridge partially obscured by fog.

A Bulldog Strong Effort for Duluth Nonprofit

April 27, 2020

School of Fine Arts students host online fundraiser.
Photo overlooking the Duluth harbor with the Lift Bridge and ship

Expert Alert: COVID-19’s Impact on Duluth’s Labor Force

April 23, 2020

Workforce development professionals can use labor market data to help mobilize resources for people who are unemployed.
Planet Earth showing North and South America from space

Celebrate Earth Day & Bioblitz with Minnesota Sea Grant

April 22, 2020

Minnesota Sea Grant has a few ideas to get you outside and celebrating (with appropriate precautions and social distancing, of course).
Picture of speaker Maria Violet Medina Quiscue with illustrated palm leaves and the words "Invisible Cities: Indigenous Resistance in Urban Colombia"

Webinar: "Invisible Cities: Indigenous Resistance in Urban Colombia"

April 20, 2020

Webinar brings Colombian speaker to Duluth.
Fitness equipment at home

Short Classes, Huge Impact

April 16, 2020

How a UMD fitness instructor is engaging and growing her audience during a time when people are most in need of endorphins. 
Park point sign during COVID-19

Preserving the Story of an Unprecedented Time

April 10, 2020

Library launches Northeastern Minnesota COVID-19 Community Archive Project.
Bridge over a stream

Cooped up for COVID?

April 8, 2020

NRRI and the U have some unique resources that may be useful while practicing social distancing. Take a look!
UMD and CSS students with Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan at the State Capitol

Native Student Leadership Tour

April 1, 2020

UMD’s American Indian Learning Resource Center teamed up with the College of St. Scholastica to offer a tour over spring break.
Photo of chalk drawing that says "Wash Your Hands"

Northeastern Minnesota COVID-19 Community Archive Project

April 1, 2020

In these unprecedented times, one thing we can turn to is the preservation of the moment.

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