The Student Scoop- September 22, 2021

22nd Annual Drag Show Hosted by Keweenaw Pride

It’s the most fun event of the year, and it’s happening for the 22nd year. Drag Artists have been a source of joy for the LGBTQIA+ community and this night will be no different. We have some fantastic talent coming to MTU, and we are expecting a night of absolute fun and incredible energy. Everyone is accepted and wanted, so come out and prepare to have a blast!! Remember… Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm


MUB Board Presents:

Live at Lunch Featuring Jariah Higgins

Come out to Walker Lawn on Sunday (9/26) from 12-2pm to enjoy your lunch with some live music by Jariah Higgins! *Rain Location: MUB Commons

Giant Board Games

Have a chance to win some awesome prizes by playing giant board games with your friends on Tuesday (9/28) from 6-8pm on Walker Lawn! * Rain Location: MUB Ballroom A. **Homecoming teams from 6-7pm (sign up prior through SLI), non-homecoming teams from 7-8pm (sign up at the event)

Comedian Jon Fisher

A singing comedian! “Jon Fisher’s songs cover topics ranging from the frustrations of roommates and college to his man crush on Ryan Gosling to his desire to be a “motivational DJ”. His acoustic, pop, and hip hop comedic stylings combine social commentary, observational humor, pop-culture references, and character-driven acts put on a performance that’s great for all ages.”
Join us on October 1st at 9pm in the MUB Ballroom.

TechFeud!

It’s time to play… TechFeud! Join us on October 8th for a fun night of head-to-head competition where you can take a chance and win it all! But! Before our night of feuding, we need some help from you, our fellow students! Click the link attached to take as many of our surveys as you would like and your answer may just show up on the board! Team registration is also open so grab your roommates, or snag some friends and click the link below to sign up.
Click here to take our survey!
Click here to register your team!

If you have any questions, or are interested in planning events like these, email mubboard@mtu.edu.


Volunteers Needed

Copper Country Habitat for Humanity is looking for VolunteersI am looking for volunteers for Saturday Sept 25.4-6 volunteers are needed. We work from 9 am – 3 pm and lunch will be provided. If you have some spare time or some volunteer time that you need to do, Please consider helping  at Copper Country Habitat for Humanity.  
We have had many MTU students in the past being a part of our build.  Take some time and give back to the community. It would be greatly appreciated and a good feeling doing something good for a family in need. 
18 Sixth St in South Range is where the build is.   If you haven’t been there to lend a hand, this Saturday might be the time to do something different and helpful for our local community. No experience is needed.  We have supervisors that will provide instruction to what is needed. Give back to the community by volunteering to build a house for a family in need. 
One last thing, You MUST be vaccinated to keep everyone safe. 
If you are interested, please contact me at sandycch4h@gmail.com. I Look forward to hearing from you. 


Homecoming Events!

Homecoming Court voting is LIVE on Involvement Link.  This will help determine the top 8 who will go on to compete for Homecoming Royalty! Vote NOW because voting closes tomorrow, September 23 at 3 PM. 

Cardboard boat races will be taking place Friday, October 1 at 4 PM at the Houghton Waterfront.  Busses will be available for students and families leaving from the MUB Bus Stop on main campus and Lot 24 at the SDC.  They will be running continuously from campus to the event and back until the races are over.  All are welcome to come out and watch!  Families are welcome to park in Lot 24. 

The Homecoming Tailgate is back!!  Come hang out, eat some food, and get excited for the big football game!  We will be under the tent next to lot 24 from 11 AM until game time!  This event is FREE so make sure you swing on by. 

Homecoming/Family Weekend Performances:
Friday, October 1 – Singing Comedian Jon Fisher will be in the MUB Ballroom starting at 9 PM.  This event is free and open to students and families (PG 13 humor). Saturday, October 2 – Rubik’s Cube Magician Steven Brundage will be in the MUB Ballroom starting at 9 PM.  This event is free and open to students and families. 


Center for Student Mental Health and Well-Being


Voter Registration Day Booths at MTU

Join USG on Tuesday, September 28th, for National Voter Registration Day! We will have 4 booths throughout campus where students can register to vote. We’ll be at the ROTC lawn, Husky Statue, in front of Fisher, and Walker lawn all from 9:30 to 3:30. Stop by and check your voter status and register if you haven’t already! We’ll have forms and computers available for use to register and staff from the County Clerk’s Office to answer any questions or concerns. Are you #VOTEREADY?


Phi Kappa Tau Event

Hello gentleman! This Thursday we will be painting along with the legendary Bob Ross at our house!  All supplies will be provided. Rides from Wadsworth Lobby at 6:15. See you there!


Updates from the SDC

In keeping with recently updated university guidelines, the Michigan Tech Student Development Complex (SDC) and Gates Tennis Center are adjusting facility guidelines. Michigan Tech announced a move to Health and Safety Level Two effective Saturday, Sept 18, 2021. 

At Health and Safety Level Two:

·  Face coverings will be encouraged but not required in the Student Development Complex, MacInnes Student Ice Arena, Gates Tennis Center, Nordic Ski Wax Center, and other Athletic and Recreation facilities.

·  Face coverings will still be required in SDC classrooms and laboratories during classes and lab courses.

·  Face coverings may also be required during faculty office hours at the discretion of the individual faculty member.

·  Face covering requirements for fully vaccinated close contacts, as listed in Tech’s Quarantine Guidelines, will remain in place.  

Please reference and adhere to all posted signage in Athletic and Recreation facilities. The MTU Flex plan is structured to be responsive to fluctuations in case count and other factors related to COVID-19.

We encourage all fans to please continue frequent handwashing (especially before and after meals), hand sanitization, monitor symptoms and to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

The SDC is open to Michigan Tech students, members and action pass holders. General membership sales resumed on July 1, but day passes and action passes are not being sold at this time. Details regarding membership rates, open recreation schedules, facility rules and requirements for entry can be found at MichiganTechRecreation.com. Fall semester building hours begin August 30 and go through December 16, with reduced hours during Thanksgiving break. 

A variety of recreation programs and events will be open to the community and offered throughout the Fall semester. Schedules and registration details are continually being updated at MichiganTechRecreation.com. Options include, but are not limited to, Aquatics, HuskiesFit Group Fitness Classes, Sports Clinics and Lessons, the Outdoor Adventure Program and the Shooting Range. 


Upcoming Pi Mile Run Hosted by Triangle

Pi Mile is an event Triangle puts on every year for homecoming. It’s a charity run/ walk for the UP Food Bank. It will be at 10 am on this Sunday, 9/26 starting on walker lawn. Registration link is below, and it is $10 if you register before, or $15 at the event. The best part is at the end, everyone gets to pie a friend or Triangle in the face!

Register HERE!



TKE Fall 2021 Events

Join the brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon for our awesome events this fall. Stop by to learn more about how we can help you create lifelong relationships that enhance educational, interpersonal, community and professional success!

Out of 250+ chapters throughout the world Tau Kappa Epsilon – Mu Lambda Chapter at Michigan Tech is Number 1! TKE challenges members to live up to the standard of excellence defined by our Declaration of Principles on a daily basis. These principles provide an environment where members are encouraged to develop strong skills for scholarship, character, leadership, teamwork service and brotherhood—the attributes that build success and happiness throughout life.

Learn More at: http://tkemulambda.com/2021/08/fall-2021-recruitment-events/
For the most up to date information follow our Instagram Page @TKEMTU


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