COVID-19 Vaccination site in the Yellowjacket Union. Photo by Rachel Prost.
Woodland Sky Native American Dance Company presented on Indigenous People’s Day. Photo by Pratham Mundra
‘Jacket Fest. Photo by Pratham Mundra
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) vessel Lake Explorer II moored at the Lake Superior Research Institute’s Montreal Pier. Photo by Jean Germano.
Students dressed up for the Department of Equity Diveristy and Inclusion’s Halloween Costume Party. Photo by Pratham Mundra
Harry Anderson. Photo by Jean Germano.
Nate LaCoursiere teaches yoga in MWC 2721. Photo by Lindsey Jalivay
Bentleyville “Tour of Lights” reverted back to Walk Through format. Photo by Drew Kerner
Due to the ongoing overhaul of the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers slip in Duluth the research vessel residents, University of Minnesota Duluth Large Lakes Observatory research vessel Blue Heron (left) and the Environmental Protection Agency’s Lake Explorer II (right), will be spending their downtime moored to Lake Superior Research Institute’s Montreal Pier. Photo by Jean Germano.
Veterans Day address featured Superior Mayor and UWS alumnus Jim Paine. Photo by Jean Germano
To close the day of activities for the “Day of Welcome” the rock group GB Leighton performed outside of the Yellow Jacket Union. Lead singer Brian Leighton (center), guitarist Patrick Tanner (left), drummer Ryan Inselman (not pictured) and bassist Dave Crowell put on a performance that featured covers of popular classic rock songs.
Therapy dogs at the Jim Dan Hill Library. Photo by Rene Williams
Congratulations to veterans Lawrence Martin (not pictured), Kevin Riley (right), Scott Sislo (center) and Joe Quick (left). During the Veterans Day ceremonies held on the November 12 each received the Veteran and Nontraditional Students Center 5th annual Henry Blomberg Excellence in Service Awards. Photo by Jean Germano
UWS Chancellor Renee Wachter prepared to smash a pumpkin at the Pumpkin Smash and Midterm Bash. Photo by Pratham Mundra
UWS community listened to student presentations at the International Coffee Hour. Photo by Pratham Mundra
The staff from Duluth Goat Yoga offered a one hour beginner-friendly yoga class on the lawn behind the Yellowjacket Union on September 28, 2021. Photo by Lindsey Jalivay.
UW System President Tommy Thompson visited UWS. Photo by Jean Germano
Fall leaves colored the UWS campus. Photo by Pratham Mundra
Students connected with nearly 60 employers and community organizations on the YU plaza during ‘Jacket Fest hosted by career services. Photo by Pratham Mundra.
Freshman students tour the campus during the “Day of Welcome.” A group of students exit Old Main.
Carlie Hanson rocks her performance in the YU Great Room. Photo by Drew Kerner
UWS alumnus and City of Duluth Human Rights Officer Carl Crawford spoke to students about his work in Swenson Hall. Photo by Alex DeBlaey
University of Minnesota Duluth’s Heron moored at the Lake Superior Research Institute (LSRI) Montreal Pier. Photo by Jean Germano.
Kruk Art Gallery in Holden Fine Arts. Photo by Drew Kerner
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