Student News Briefs, 5/13/2016


portraitSummer Programming Events

Sponsored by Student Activities, Outdoor Adventure Program, Wellness, Housing and Residential Life, and Dining Services.

Check out what’s happening this summer in the way of a cookout at the OAP backyard, a Wellness Challenge – Conquer It!, relax and unwind with free 10 minute massage session and fresh juice bar, High Ropes Course, Raptor Center Presentation with LIVE raptors, and much more!

Go to for more information under EVENTS.

Thai CuisineThai Cuisine at Khana Khazana

Cuisine of Thailand will be featured at the next Khana Khazana from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, May 13 in the food trailer in the MUB Circle.

The menu features:

  • Khoa Mun Kai Tod (fried chicken with ginger garlic rice) — one of the most common street foods in Thailand
  • Ajad (sweet and sour salad) — a popular side dish salad with cucumber, bell pepper, onion and cilantro with sweet and sour dressing

Cost is $5 for the full meal and includes a fountain drink. Like the Khana Khazana Facebook page.

A Sneak Peak at the 2016-2017 Rozsa VPA Arts Season

We have come to the close of another arts season at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts. Thank you to everyone who joined us and made it a success.

So much was new this year from the World Without Ice climate change meditation/film/sound installation exhibit in McArdle Theatre to the cutting-edge new Project Learning Lab experimental art space in the Rozsa gallery b. From the beautiful collaboration of the Minnesota Ballet’s Nutcracker with the Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra, with new discount Family Ticket Packages that brought so many more families out to enjoy a night at the theater, to the wildly interactive adventure “Intergalactic Nemesis: Target Earth” live-action graphic novel. It was a vibrant, thoughtful and above all, enjoyable season.
We are now in the process of gearing up for the 2016-2017 Rozsa Visual and Performing Arts season and here is a taste of what we have in store.

More details and so many more events are coming soon. Hope to see you here next season.


Hockey Spring Carnival Set for May 20

Michigan Tech will host a Spring Hockey Carnival from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 20 at the John MacInnes Student Ice Arena. The event is free and open to all ages and will feature food, games for kids, raffle and door prizes, photo opportunities with the MacNaughton Cup and autographs with hockey players and staff.

Youth are encouraged to bring their sticks to play floor hockey with Michigan Tech players. The Huskies will also run skill sessions, which will include a chance to shoot against Tech goaltenders.

A bounce house, video games on the arena’s video board, music and Blizzard T. Husky, will also be part of the evening.

The free food offerings are hot dogs, popcorn, pop and bottled water. Other food options will be available for purchase. Raffle prizes include University Images gift cards, a free week at Michigan Tech Hockey School, sticks signed by the Huskies and family ticket packages.

Tickets to watch the Huskies defend their 2015-16 WCHA regular season championship will be on sale during the event. More information on season tickets will be released next week.

New Museum Website Debuts

The A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum has released a newly transformed web site.
The museum’s first collection of information accessible through the World Wide Web went public in the mid-1990s. The last complete redesign of the museum web site was in 2005. The just-released transformed museum web site is fully compatible for tablets and smart phones.
The museum welcomes all visitors. Admission fee is waived for Michigan Tech students as well as Michigan Tech employees and their professional guests.

Husky Motors Introduces New On-line Reservation System

Effective Monday, May 16 all vehicle reservations will be made through our new on-line reservation system.Husky Motors has partnered with FleetCommander to improve the process of renting vehicles. No more picking up your rental vehicle on Friday for a Sunday rental. No more calling in your reservation or walking down to the motor pool to see if a vehicle is available. No more questioning if your request was received.The process has been streamlined and improved for customer satisfaction. Customers will be able to make, adjust and cancel their reservation on-line, 24/7. Vehicles will be available 24/7 via the outdoor Key Kiosk for convenient pick-up and return. The Key Kiosk is located on the east entrance of the Facilities Management building.

We are excited about being able to offer this service to the campus community—as an easy and convenient way to reserve a vehicle and get you on the road. Click here for detailed instructions to begin using our new system TODAY.

If you have any questions or concerns, email Angie Kolehmainen or call 7-3288.

Attention Student Organizations: Summer Youth Expo Scheduled for June 21 and June 28

During the weeks of June 19-25 and June 26-July 2, Summer Youth Programs will be hosting several major scholarship summer camps: Women in Engineering (WIE), Engineering Scholars Program (ESP), and Women in Computer Science (WICS).  As part of these camps, we host an expo about all things Michigan Tech.  This expo includes representatives from many student organizations, campus departments, Enterprise teams, and club sports.

The purpose of the “Tech Expo” is to give these bright students a feeling of what life is like at Michigan Tech.  All of the participants have applied and been accepted to the program based on academic performance, extracurricular activities, and teacher recommendations — they are very driven and interesting young people! WIE and WICS are entirely female camps (a total of around 180 women), and ESP welcome 150 students (both male and female).

Dates:  Tuesday. June 21 and Tuesday. June 28

Times: Both Expos are from 4 – 5 PM

Location:  MUB Ballroom

If you or someone else in your organization is here for the summer and would be interested in hosting a booth, please mark the date! Last year we hosted several dozen tables, and we are striving to make this year’s Expo the best yet!  If you have any questions about the event or our programs, please feel welcome to contact Jannah Brandt (

More information, including a registration form, will be sent out closer to the time.  For now, please mark these two dates.  We look forward to hosting another spectacular expo!  Please feel welcome to let me know if you have questions.

2016 – What to Expect – Tech Expo

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