1. Late Night Programming and Wellness Present, Chef Egg
Come out to the Wads Annex on Friday, October 17 at 9:00 PM for Late Night Snack with Chef Egg. Chef Egg is a professionally trained chef, culinary instructor and host of Cooking with Egg TV. With a rare blend of formal culinary training, real-world experience, and a street-wise sense of attitude, entertainment value and humor, Egg has found a niche that allows him to stand out in a sea of cooking shows, viral videos and amateur foodie blogs. His mission is to free everyone from a frozen and fast food prison by teaching you how to really get cooking! All Late Night Programming events are free and funded through Undergraduate Student Government.
2. Relay for Life is selling T-Shirts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Support Relay for Life by buying a T-shirt. The cost is $10 and an image of the front and back can be seen on the poster. All of the proceeds will go to support the 2015 Relay for Life at Michigan Tech on April 11, 2015.
3. HuskyLEAD Session Robert’s Rules of Order & How to Run a Meeting
Please join us for the next HuskyLEAD session on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 6:00 PM in the Memorial Union Ballroom B2 & B3. “Robert’s Rules of Order & How to Run a Meeting” will be presented by Dan LaForest, a senior chemical engineering student and member of the Undergraduate Student Government. Attendees will become familiar with the typical meeting structure of Robert’s Rules of Order and learn the best techniques and practices for running a successful and efficient meeting.
4. MTU Celebrates the National Day on Writing
Joining campuses across the country, Michigan Tech will celebrate writing in all its forms on October 20, with a series of events organized by the Composition Program and the Michigan Tech Multiliteracies Center. All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to participate. Follow updates on the day’s events on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at #MTUwrites. Featured Events: 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM: Progressive Story Board (first floor of Walker) Got a minute between classes and meetings? Contribute your own line to a collaborative piece of fiction! Check out the completed story at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Michigan-Tech-Multiliteracies-Center 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM: Write-a-Thon (East Reading Room, Van Pelt & Opie Library) Fight procrastination and help MTU reach its 50,000-word goal! Bring any current writing project and write whatever you want for as long as you want. We’ll provide the coffee, tea, and snacks; you’ll provide the words! Multiliteracies Center coaches will be on hand to offer feedback–for free, as always! The Sixth Annual National Day on Writing is organized by the National Council of Teachers of English, the National Writing Project, and the New York Times Learning Network. For more information about national events, visit http://www.ncte.org/dayonwriting
5. Reminder: Treat Streets Halloween Event
The City of Houghton is formally inviting Michigan Tech students to partake in Treat Streets Halloween event on Friday, October 24. Join us for one big Monster Mash on Shelden Avenue. The event starts at 6:30pm and ends at 8:00pm. Shelden Avenue will be closed to thru traffic during this time. If you are a registered student organization and would like to help hand out candy, please contact Lt. Nicholas Roberts at the City of Houghton Police Department to make arrangements. We are asking participants to dress up in costumes appropriate for elementary school age kids. We will have music in the streets and a large pumpkin in the center of Shelden Avenue for kids to walk thru. The businesses will also be handing out treats for the Trick or Treaters. Any questions please feel free to contact Lt. Roberts between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM at 906-487-5912.
6. Mu Beta Psi Hosting Spaghetti Dinner
7. Aikido & Japanese Sword Seminar
8. Bold New Camelot Comes to Rozsa Center
Local fourth grader makes professional debut as Tom of Warwick
The national tour of Lerner & Lowe’s legendary musical, Camelot, arrives at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts for one night only on October 21 at 7:30 PM. This bold new interpretation of the four-time Tony Award-winning Broadway musical tells the story of King Arthur, Guinevere and Lancelot. Houghton Elementary fourth grade student Tom Knewtson, who auditioned in September, appears at the end of Act Two as Tom of Warwick. Tickets to Camelot are $22 for adults and $11 for youth 17 and under. Michigan Tech student tickets are free with the Experience Tech Fee.The production is a sumptuous, visually arresting reimagining of the time-honored fable of chivalry, majesty and romance. “This is sort of a reinvention of Camelot. It’s the story as you’ve never seen it before,” said Rozsa Center Interim Director Mary Muncil. “This version is a darker, grittier, more dramatic rendition. Never has this story been more captivating.” The story tells of King Arthur, who rules his kingdom with new ideals, bringing peace to a troubled land. But, when his beautiful new Queen Guinevere and the dashing Sir Lancelot, his most trusted knight, give in to their passion for one another, one of the most fabled love triangles of all time ensues.
Although this is 10-year-old Knewtson’s debut at the Rozsa, his previous credits include Michael Darling (Peter Pan), Longtail (Snow White) and a shepherd (Best Christmas Pageant Ever) at the Broadway Theatre in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. Tom is a dream role for a young actor: a boy destined to become a knight, who inspires Arthur and gives him hope for the future. The original 1960 production of Camelot ran on Broadway for 873 performances and spawned several revivals, foreign productions and the 1967 film. Phoenix Entertainment, by special arrangement with Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc., is producing the North American tour. For more information about Camelot and Phoenix Entertainment, visit www.camelottour.com. For tickets, go online, or call Ticketing Operations at Michigan Tech’s Student Development Complex (SDC), 906-487-2073, or visit in person at 600 MacInnes Drive, Houghton. SDC box office hours are 8am–9pm, Monday–Friday; 8 AM–7 PM on Saturday; and noon–8 PM on Sunday. Please note the Rozsa Box Office is only open two hours prior to show times. For more information on this and other events, visit the Rozsa Center’s website and Facebook pages.
9. Portage Lift Bridge Winter 2014 and Spring 2015 Closures
January 17, 2015 from 9:00 PM until January 18, 2015 at 7:00 AMWeather delay will be January 24 to January 25.March 21, 2015 from 9:00 PM until March 22, 2015 at 8:30 AMWeather delay will be March 28 to March 29.
10. McNair Square Fair
11. Reminder: R.A.D. Class Offered
Master self-defense tactics and safety techniques through a comprehensive course designed specifically for women ages twelve and up. It begins with a focus on awareness, prevention, and risk reduction/avoidance, and progresses to the basics of hands-on defense training.
12. Film Board Showing How to Train Your Dragon 2
This weekend, Film Board will be showing “How to Train Your Dragon 2” in 3D in Fisher 135. Showtimes:Friday, October 17, at 5:30, 8:30, and 11:30 PM Saturday, October 18, at 2:30, 5:30, and 11:30 PM Sunday, October 19, at 2:30 and 5:30 PM Tickets are $3 each, and concessions are $1 per item. Since this is a 3D movie, you will be required to bring your Tech ID to borrow 3D glasses for you and your guests. If you have any questions, please contact Film Board’s Publicity Chair, Casey Finney, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
13. Med School, Grad School Blitz
Do you want to become a competitive applicant in applying to either medical school or graduate school? Then join Phi Sigma as they host their annual event, the Med School/Grad School Blitz, on Monday, October 20 at 6:00 PM in Fisher 329! Get tips on the application process and how to build your resume from the Biological Sciences academic advisor, Stacy Cotey, and enjoy refreshments and snacks free of charge. The medical school portion of the event will take place first, followed by the graduate school portion at 7:00 PM. If you have any questions about the event, please contact Valerie Taglione at email@example.com.
14. Ski Swap Saturday
The Mont Ripley Race Team is sponsoring a ski swap at the Mont Ripley chalet Saturday, Oct. 18, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The swap offers new and used winter equipment for sale, including alpine, Nordic and snowboarding gear. It’s also a great opportunity to sell all that equipment cluttering the garage. Items for sale can be dropped off on Friday, Oct. 17, from 6 to 8 p.m. or Saturday, Oct 17, between 9 and 10 a.m. Unsold items can be picked up after the swap between 2 and 3 p.m.
15. Relationship Series
Ready to win big? Stop by MUB’s Casino Night on Oct. 18 from 8:00-11:00pm in the MUB Ballroom for a great night!
We will have Texas Hold’Em, blackjack, roulette and more. Free casino chips will be presented upon entry and can be used to play games and enter to win prizes at the end of the night.
Music, snacks and drinks will also be available, including a flair bartender who will be mixing your favorite nonalcoholic beverages!
17. Khana Khazana Serving Iranian Cuisine
Khana Khazana will be serving Iranian cuisine this Friday that will be cooked by Aref Majdara and Amir Zandnia; both students of Electrical Engineering Dept. at Michigan Tech. The main dish is Meat stew (Qeymeh). This dish is made of meat, split peas, tomatoes, onions and lemon juice and is usually served with rice. The second dish is Smoked eggplant with garlic (Mirza Ghassemi). This tasty and delicious dish is made of grilled eggplant mixed with tomato, garlic and eggs. A very luscious Milk Pudding (Ferni) is simple blancmange-style pudding which gets a burst of exotic flavor from nuts and spices. Serving begins at 11:00 AM and goes until 2:00 PM at MUB Food Court. The whole meal is $6.95 including fountain soda or $2.50 for each item.
18. Wellness Has a Pinterest Page
19. Dog Walking Rush with Alpha Delta Alpha
Come walk dogs at the Copper Country Humane Society with the sisters of Alpha Delta Alpha! Friday, October 17 from 5-6pm. Rides will be leaving from the Wads front lobby at 4:45.
If you have any questions call (906) 482-9674.