MUB Board Presents…
Tech Arts Festival
Join us in celebrating the beauty of our snowy home with the Michigan Tech Arts Festival, from Monday, April 4 to Saturday, April 9! This year’s theme is “A Day in the Keweenaw”.
All Week: Student Art Exhibit – Submit a pic of your Keweenaw themed art to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 4th for information on how to turn in your piece.
Monday, 6pm: Hand Letter a Custom Mug – Join Natterdoodle in Fisher 135 as they teach you hand lettering to adorn a mug to bring home. Space is limited.
Wednesday, 7pm: Build a Lift Bridge Model – Work with the coaches at the Alley Makerspace to assemble and decorate a wooden Portage Life Bridge to take home.
We hope to see you there!
Painting with a Twist
Grab a few friends and join us for a night of follow-along painting with some tasty charcuterie boards and beverages!
Tickets are ON SALE NOW! Check out the ticket link for more information: bit.ly/paintingwithaTwist
*Must be 21 to attend
Spring Fling Registration – CLOSING SOON
Looking for a chance to show off your organization, relax from the long semester, and meet some new students? Then you should sign up for the Annual Spring Fling – Outer Space Edition! Registration is now open and will close on Monday, April 4th.
Register your RSO HERE!!!
Society of Intellectual Sisters presents… Bra Show 2022
Society of Intellectual Sisters is presenting Bra Show 2022, Mardi Gras! The Bra Show is a fundraising event for the National Breast Cancer Foundation and we will be hosting our event on April 2nd from 7-9 PM in MUB Ballroom. Our event will include a runway show of fun bras that are designed and modeled by our community, there will be food and plenty to enjoy that evening, scan our QR code for more info about the show and donating!
2022 FIRST Robotics Competition Opportunities
The 2022 FIRST Robotics Competition, Kingsford District event is looking for volunteers! This event will be held at Kingsford High School on April 7-9.
For the event as a whole, there are many volunteer opportunities that are geared to a wide variety of experiences, interests, and availability for those looking to get involved in the FIRST community. More information about the FIRST program, in general, can be found at FIRST | For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (firstinspires.org).
In addition, below is the Recruitment Flyer. Judging will take place on the Friday and Saturday of the event (April 8-9; 7:30 am- 6pm). No previous experience or knowledge of robots is necessary as there are both technical and non-machine (e.g. Entrepreneurship, Team Spirit, etc.) awards.
Anyone with interest or questions about volunteering at this event can contact me (email@example.com) or the Event Volunteer Coordinators, Haley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Richelle (email@example.com).
The Center for Student Mental Health and Well-Being presents…
Meet with Jade for a Wednesday Book Club! This week students will meet in room 243 in the library to discuss Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson! This week’s book club will be an introduction to the book and will include free book handouts, scheduling discussions, and more! This book club is about encouraging students to understand the difference between surviving life and living life, so come out and enjoy some reading with us!
Join Savannah in the library this Wednesday from 6-8pm to gather some Brain Break self-help resources and information! As the semester comes to a close, we all could use a little rest and self-help to push us through the final weeks. Taking a Brain Break might be just what you need, so stop by and learn how to help yourself!
Now Hiring for GLAS coaches!
The Graduate Language Assessment and Support (GLAS) is now hiring coaches for the 2022-23 school year. Coaches work with international graduate students on communication, US university teaching practices, orientation to campus and community, and cultural exchange. Coaches gain valuable skills in working with international students which looks great on a resume! Interested undergraduate students can apply now on Handshake! More information about GLAS can be found on our website.
Remedy Drive Counter-Human Trafficking Outreach Concert
Looking for a good reason to take a study break?
There isn’t a much better reason than a rock concert!
Come chill with Remedy Drive as they rock out and tell their stories of volunteering in counter-human trafficking. Donations and proceeds of the event go to other organizations in counter-human trafficking efforts. Hosted by Campus Crusade for Christ. Entry nis free to students with an MTU ID and $5 for community Members at the door.
This all happens at 8:00 PM, April 8th, in the SDC Varsity gym, don’t be the one to miss out!
Keweenaw Pride Presents: LGBTQIA+ Equity Forum
Keweenaw Pride is hosting two forums for students to share their experiences at Michigan Tech as members of or allies to the LGBTQIA+ community. We encourage students to share both positive and negative experiences and there will be a designated time for students to offer suggestions on what could be done to improve the LGBTQIA+ experience on campus. The forums will be held on Thursday, April 7 and Friday, April 8, both starting at 7pm. Students are welcome to attend one or both events. If you plan to attend, please fill out the RSVP form so we know how many people to expect. Any students who would prefer to submit written responses or are unable to attend the forums are invited to share their experiences via a survey. We look forward to seeing you or reading your responses!
RSVP Form: https://forms.gle/hALCDB42SaXPkcWF7Survey: https://forms.gle/UA4h8Mz2y3UmZXRY7
This Week in Michigan Tech Recreation
Our HuskiesFit Group Fitness Classes will run through April 22! Join us for All Levels Vinyasa Yoga with Natasha for an intuitively led, create your own adventure-style yoga class with the option for modifications or the possibility to transition to more advanced postures if inclined.
Sign up for upcoming IM Sports!
The Thanksgiving Play
This week and next the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts will be presenting a thought-provoking dinner theatre production of The Thanksgiving Play.
In Larissa FastHorse’s wickedly funny satire, The Thanksgiving Play, good intentions collide with absurd assumptions as a troupe of terminally “woke” teaching artists scrambles to create a pageant that somehow manages to celebrate both Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month.
Schedule: Each evening, dinner is served at 6:45 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m. Following the show, there will be a brief panel discussion.
Shows will be performed over two weekends from Thursday, March 31 to Saturday, April 9.
Tickets: Tickets are reserved by table and must be purchased in advance. Prices include your dinner, ticket to the performance, and after-show discussion.
Student Half Table (two tickets): $20 with Experience Tech Fee
Full Table (four tickets): $120 | Half Table (two tickets): $60 for the general public
Get your tickets online.
Sign-Up for Orientation Week Events
Hosting an event for O-Week is a great way to reach out to first-year students as an organization and help build and maintain the community we enjoy at Michigan Tech.
Events are first come first serve. If you fill out this form, you are indicating that you are interested in hosting an event during orientation, and you will be contacted regarding further details.
Orientation Week this year will take place from August 21 in the afternoon through August 27. I ask in the form that you include not only your own contact information but also the information of a reliable contact for this summer.
Responses are due April 9th.
Prepare for Design Expo
Prepare for Design Expo and other term-end presentations the right way – with peer support, pizza, and support from dedicated library and writing center staff!
Where: Library’s East Reading Room
Registration Links: https://www.mtu.edu/library/instruction/workshops/
Please register for sessions that interest you so we don’t order too much, or worse, too little pizza!
Canterbury House Food Pantry
Let us help you alleviate the burden of purchasing food. We offer COVID safe pick-up of groceries and toiletries to the Michigan Tech Community at The Canterbury House at 1405 E. Houghton Ave. To place an order and select a pick-up time, fill out the Google Form at any time. We will reach out to you when your order is ready.