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Northern Lights Journal

Marinette Campus Literary & Arts Journal

Welcome to the 2023 issue!

Welcome to the fifth issue of the newly reintroduced Northern Lights Literary & Arts Journal! The staff of UW-Green Bay’s Practicum in Literary Publishing course is thrilled to present the incredibly creative works of our fellow staff, faculty, students, and alumni.

Since 2019 when the journal was brought back to life, it’s garnered amazing attention from our UWGB community. This year saw a record number of submissions! Our team had a difficult time deciding on which pieces to include, even after completely filling up our extended online content area. And while finding ourselves especially short on time, we also managed to put together Marinette campus’ bi-weekly e-newsletter The Driftwood, including the first ever April Fool’s Day issue. Our editorial staff collaborated both in-person on the Marinette campus and via Zoom to UWGB’s three other locations. It took a lot of hard work and dedication, but our team persevered and made it happen together.

On behalf of our advisor and our editorial staff, we say a very warm thank you to the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay’s Student Senate for funding this incredible showcase of UWGB talent.

Grace Desotell and Aidann Woodcock
Northern Lights Co-Editors-in-Chief

Northern Lights 2022 cover
2023 Editorial Staff
Co-Editors-in-Chief

Grace Desotell (Marinette campus)
Aidann Woodcock (Manitowoc campus)

2023 Editorial Staff

Kayu Brooks (Green Bay campus)
Kana Coonce (Manitowoc campus)
Emma Krueger (Green Bay campus)
Syd Morgan (Green Bay campus)
Jasmine Puls (Green Bay campus)
Ariel Rutten (Green Bay campus)
Andrew Wiegman (Marinette campus)

Introducing the 2023 Northern Lights

Welcome to the fifth issue of the newly reintroduced Northern Lights Literary & Arts Journal! The staff of UW-Green Bay’s Practicum in Literary Publishing course is thrilled to present the incredibly creative works of our fellow students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Since 2019 when the journal was brought back to life, it’s garnered amazing attention from our UWGB community. This year saw a record-number of submissions! Our team had a difficult time deciding on which pieces to include, even after completely filling up our extended online content area. And while finding ourselves especially short on time, we also managed to put together Marinette campus’ bi-weekly e-newsletter The Driftwood, including the first ever April Fool’s Day issue. Our editorial staff collaborated both in-person on the Marinette campus and via Zoom to UWGB’s three other locations. It took a lot of hard work and dedication, but our team persevered and made it happen together.

On behalf of our advisor and our editorial staff, we say a very warm thank you to the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay’s Student Senate for funding this incredible showcase of UWGB talent.

Grace Desotell and Aidann Woodcock
Northern Lights Co-Editors-in-Chief

Questions? E-mail Tracy Fernandez Rysavy, the Northern Lights faculty advisor.

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