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Interfaith Event "Common Core of All Religions" in Observance of International Day of Non-Violence

September 30, 2015

A day-long interfaith event "Common Core of All Religions" will be held in observance of the International Day of Non-Violence on Friday, October 2, In Bede Ballroom, Sargeant Student Center.

National Public Lands Day, Saturday, September 26, 2015, Day of Service

September 30, 2015

On Saturday, September 26, 2015, thirty-two students from the University of Minnesota Crookston bud capped approximately 4000-5000 red, white, and jack pine seedlings on 23 acres near the north entrance to Itasca State Park near the Mary Gibbs Headwaters Center.  

Homecoming 2015, a “Gold Tie Affair”

September 29, 2015

In true maroon and gold spirit, the University of Minnesota Crookston is preparing for "A Gold Tie Affair,” a theme that will run through all the activities taking place during homecoming week, October 5-11, 2015. 

U of M Crookston Opens its Doors for a Campus Showcase

September 21, 2015

On Saturday, September 26, the University of Minnesota Crookston will hold its annual Campus Showcase. The event features activities starting at 10 a.m. and running until 12 p.m.

University of Minnesota Crookston Provides Havens for Wildlife and Lands-On Experiences

September 21, 2015

The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) has released The Campus Wild: How College and University Green Landscapes Provide Havens for Wildlife and “Lands-on” Experiences for Students. This richly detailed guide highlights how colleges and universities are playing a dynamic role protecting wildlife and restoring habitats in campus green spaces—including on-campus landscapes and natural areas, as well as distant campus-owned lands.