Related Program: Northland Morning Co-oper-tition: one of the best ideas you've never heard of By Lisa Johnson • Feb 22, 2019 Related Program: Northland Morning ShareTweetEmail View Slideshow 1 of 3 Simon Olsen, Tucker Johnson (Mentor) Olivia Nelson Duluth Daredevils View Slideshow 2 of 3 Walt LaRoche (referee) Julia Boyd, Linnea Frisk, Haley Montgomery Lori Frisk View Slideshow 3 of 3 Olivia Nelson Duluth Daredevils Olivia Nelson Credit Duluth Daredevils The FIRST Ladies of Robotics event is part of a double bill next month at the DECC. It's taking place right alongside the Duluth Double-Decker Regional FIRST Robotics Event. 120 teams, almost three thousand kids, meeting with professionals and mentors and creating community, and through it all, practicing principles of "gracious professionalism" and "co-oper-tition:" the perfect blend of cooperation and competition. Katherine Rasley (her email is here) can answer questions about getting involved in FIRST, the IEEE Arrowhead group, or Women in Engineering and STEM (WiES). Listen Listening... / 10:49 Tags: Northland Morning InterviewsFIRST Ladies of RoboticsFIRST RoboticsroboticsSTEMKatherine RasleyStudentsWomenmentorsShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content What happens when you don't count and why you should By Lisa Johnson • Feb 21, 2019 US Census Bureau Should President Trump's question about citizenship go on the 2020 Census form? Places to go when it's cold or you're just out of the hospital: CHUM's mission of advocacy By Lisa Johnson • Feb 19, 2019 Mary Schmitz/CHUM There will be a lot to talk about at CHUM's 46th Annual Meeting tonight at Temple Israel. Winter Bike to Work Day: "it's really not any different this time of year" - uh, really? By Lisa Johnson • Feb 8, 2019 Vaughn Birchler They don't even need the waffles and hot cocoa and coffee. You see them all year long: the intrepid few who bike to work all year around. But Zeitgeist's Winter Bike Week is designed to encourage folks to try your commute on two wheels - and you don't even need a lot of extra gear to make it work. More information on the Bikes & Bites Tour tomorrow evening is available here: Great insight; lousy coping strategy By Lisa Johnson • Feb 7, 2019 wild vibez on Unsplash The good news, if you can call it that, is that many teens know they're using e-cigarettes to cope with things like anxiety, depression and stress. The bad news, of course, is that teens are using e-cigarettes to cope with things like anxiety, depression and stress. Last night's forum in Eveleth to talk about the links between vaping and mental health brought a lot of concerns surrounding the practice to light.