Cover Story

Post-COVID Anxiety May Rise After Current Surge

by Nick Moug

As of April 10, at least 33% of Michigan residents have received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, while 21% are fully vaccinated. Last March, President Joe Biden offered a plea to the American people to get vaccinated when they can in the hope that by July 4, people could gather in celebration of Independence Day.


Teaching and Learning in a World of COVID

by Scott Goethals

If there is one thing that is certain, it’s that the COVID-19 pandemic has made a significant impact on education. For me, it has changed how I teach my classes and my perception regarding the technology that my students have access to. It has also made me more “human” and aware of my student’s situations and how difficult this pandemic has been for each of them.


Commencement Ceremony
for 2020/2021 Graduates

by Kathryn DePauw

During this challenging year, successes have felt hard-won and celebrations have held special meaning. For 2020 graduates unable to participate in a typical commencement ceremony, the loss may be only temporary. NMC has scheduled a walkthrough commencement for both 2020 and 2021 graduating classes.

Clearing Up COVID Concerns

by Hannah Krohn

Springtime in
Northern Michigan

by White Pine Press Staff

Naan Flatbread Pizza
with Garlic Sauce

by Ann Hosler

Comfort Follows COVID Shot

by Kathryn DePauw

NMC in History

NMC Archival Photo

Book Review: "Sapphire Flames"

by Ann Hosler

Summer at the Dennos Museum

by Craig Hadley

Check out our annual satire issue, the White Pine Pickle!

Crossword Puzzle

compiled by Hannah Krohn