The past few weeks the Michigan Tech campus has been gearing up for Winter Carnival 2020! The month-long statue contest began in earnest a few weeks ago, with some of the contests like snow volleyball, curling, snow soccer, and ice bowling taking place this past week. One of the Winter Carnival highlights, the Queens Coronation, . . .
Today’s Flashback Friday celebrates all things Winter Carnival with this image from on this day in 2001. Students work diligently to finalize their statue just as our campus community saw a few nights ago during the 2019 all-nighter. Winter Carnival is a time-honored tradition here at Michigan Tech, with its beginning taking place back in . . .
The Michigan Tech Archives will be open for special hours over Winter Carnival Weekend from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturday, February 7nd. Ever since Winter Carnival debuted as the Ice Carnival in 1922, Michigan Tech students have found reason to hope for piles of snow and below freezing temperatures. Though traditions other than . . .
For its semicentennial, the 1965 edition of the annual Michigan Tech Lode Pictorial has been digitized and uploaded to Digital Commons @ Michigan Tech. This pictorial joins a collection of several others hosted on the digital repository, including editions from 1964, 1974 and 1989. Follow this link to flip-through or download any of . . .
WINTER CARNIVAL UNDERGROUND Ever wonder what is going on in the mines during the winter months? My curiosity was answered when I ran across photos of some beautiful ice sculptures only Mother Nature could make. It doesn’t get any better than that. Take a look and see if you agree. All of these photos came . . .