Day: September 28, 2022

Student Scoop – September 28, 2022

Black and Gold Never Gets Old! – Homecoming 2022

Team and court registration are closed, but you can still participate in several Homecoming events next week! Join the Tech Traditions Committee for:

T-shirt Swap in collaboration with SAVE, Monday, October 3 at 2:00 PM in the MUB Circle (Donate to the Husky Food Pantry or Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter Home and receive a free shirt, check out the link for full details)

Trivia Night in collaboration with Residence Education, Wednesday, October 5 at 7:00 PM in the Wads Annex

Cardboard Boats are always worth coming to watch! Friday, October 7 at 4:00 PM at Kestner Waterfront Park

Homecoming Tailgate FREE food and fun from 11 AM -1 PM in Lot 24 near the Kearly Stadium entrance on Saturday, October 8.

-Homecoming Game vs Wayne State University and Court Crowning at 1 PM on Sherman Field on Saturday, October 8. The first 400 spectators will receive free giveaways!

Conflict Resolution Network

Now, more than ever is the time to promote and celebrate peaceful conflict resolution practices. There are a number of faculty and staff at the University who are trained as mediators and/or facilitators to assist individuals with resolving interpersonal conflicts. Faculty, staff, and students can request conflict assistance through the Conflict Resolution Network.

The Conflict Resolution Network provides a variety of conflict resolution options including:

Conflict Coaching
Facilitated Dialogue
Restorative Practices
Shuttle Diplomacy

For more information, please email

Pride Week

Keweenaw Pride is hosting six events to celebrate LGBTQIA+ pride in the Keweenaw for the week of October 9th-15th! The events, culminating in the 23rd Annual Drag Show on Saturday, October 15th, are open and free for all students to attend. Details of each specific event are listed in the photo to the right.

Intramural Sports

IM Sports registration is open for FALL 2022 activities!

Register your team or as a free agent at

If you have any questions, please contact Craig Pellizzaro at 906-487-3040 or

MUB Board Presents

Bake NOT Sale!

Stop by and say hi today outside of the library where we are giving away free baked goods starting at 2pm (seriously – there’s no catch. Just free food)! We will have brownies, cookies, lemon bars, chex mix, and cupcakes. Get it while you can! We hope to see you there!

Center for Student Mental Health & Well-being

Fearless Workshop

Fear is great when we are running from a bear, but what about the small daily fears around not being good enough? In this workshop, we will discuss the places fear originates, as well as ways you can work to reduce your fear and lean into your potential.

When: Starts this Thursday, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Register on our website!
Contact for more information.

Building Career Confidence Workshop

Wishing you had a little more confidence in your job search, interviews, future work relationships, and more? This workshop will focus on building confidence, and self-care during the job search, and give you skills to handle your emotions during the job search and beyond.

When: Starts this Thursday, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m

Register on our website! 
Email for more information. 

Flu Shot Clinics

Mark your calendars! Flu shot clinics will be returning to campus in October! All of the pre-event information is available to students on our website! Bring your Be Well card along and get it stamped!   

When and where:

October 4th, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM, Rozsa

October 11th, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM, Rozsa

October 18th, 4:00 AM – 6:00 PM, SDC

October 25th, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM, Rozsa

Please contact with any questions. 

Let’s Talk With Cookies and Coloring Books

Let’s Talk is coming back to campus! We are kicking this recurring event off with Cookies and Coloring Books. Come by the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI)  to color and eat cookies with a counselor from our center! We would love to see you there!   

When and where:

September 29th, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM, CDI

Please contact with any questions. 


Stop by the Alley Makerspace for a free and fun event this Friday, 9/30 from 6-8pm. Make yourself a bookmark from the wood of your choice- including zebrawood, purple heart, padauk, rosewood, and many more. Gain experience with basic woodworking and wood-burning, or just have fun painting with friends!

Harvest Celebration

Join the Western UP Food Systems Collaborative on Sunday, October 2nd for the first annual Harvest Celebration! All are welcome to this free event to celebrate and learn from farmers, gardeners, and local food enthusiasts. You can catch North Harvest CSA doing a fermentation demonstration, Apple Acres Farm giving a talk on the benefits of tinctures, and Tapiola Homestead showing the key to beautifully braided bread. The Harvest Celebration will conclude with a farm tour at the wonderful Mother Farmer in Ewen. Light refreshments will be provided, as well as an opportunity for folks to barter and trade items such as garden abundance, vegetables, seeds, honey, jam, and more.

The event will take place from 1-4 pm EST starting at the Stannard Township Park Pavilion 14190 US 45 Bruce Crossing, MI followed by the farm tour at 4 pm ET at Mother Farmer 23771 Old M28 Ewen, MI.

The facebook event can be found here [].

The Western UP Food Systems Collaborative is a grassroots coalition of food growers and procurers, public health and civic partners, scientists, educators, land and water stewards, students, and all community members.

Husky Innovate: Idea Pitch Competition

Do you have an innovative idea that could disrupt the status quo and “business as usual”? Pitch your idea at the Idea Pitch Competition. Each contestant will have two minutes to share their idea in an interactive community setting.

Judges will vote to select top pitches and award cash prizes to the top contestants:

  • First place: $200
  • Second place: $100
  • Third place: $50
  • Honorable mention: $25 (two prizes offered)
  • Audience favorite: $25

This event will be hosted in the GLRC from 5:00-7:00 pm on October 4th.  Snacks will be available.

Contact: with any questions.  

Whether you are pitching or joining us as an audience member, please register by 10/2. 

Game Night hosted by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers is having a game night. It is open to everyone in the Michigan Tech Community and will be held this Saturday, October 1st, over in Fisher 326 and 328 from 4-8pm. Everyone is welcome to join and we will have a variety of games to choose from.

The Week Film Board Presents

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

In this action-packed comedy, Nicolas Cage plays Nick Cage, channeling his iconic characters as he’s caught between a superfan (Pedro Pascal) and a CIA agent (Tiffany Haddish).

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is rated R 

Friday and Saturday at 5:30, 8:30, and 11:30

Located on Michigan Tech’s campus in Fisher 135. Tickets are 3$ and concessions are 1$. We hope to see you at the movie this weekend and have a great day.

Miles for Music Charity 5K

Mu Beta Psi is putting on a Charity 5k for local school music programs on October 15th at 8 am starting at the MUB. Signing up before Oct. 1st to get a t-shirt with registration. For more information or questions please contact

The form to register is here:

Involvement link here:

Free Rozsa Events Coming Up

Samantha Ege* — Wednesday-Friday, Sept. 28-30
Presented by the Rozsa and Michigan Tech Music

The culturally unique and diverse music of women and Black Renaissance composers are the focus of Samantha Ege’s residency at the Rozsa. Ege is an internationally recognized concert pianist, renowned public speaker and award-winning researcher. This Wednesday through Friday (Sept. 28-30), Ege will perform, speak and lead a piano workshop for local pianists.

Ege is a leading interpreter and scholar of 20th century composer Florence Price, the first African American woman to have her symphony played by a major American orchestra. Her performance will include two of Price’s works.

View all Samantha Ege events.

New Music Weekend— Oct 6-9

Presented by Michigan Tech Music

Coordinated by New Music at Michigan Tech

The following performances are included in New Music Weekend

New Music in the Mine — Oct 6&7

Judith Shatin Masterclass* – Oct 8

The Music of Judith Shatin*-Oct 8

Stephen Rush in Recital – Oct 8

Lungs of the City – Oct 9

The Jazz Problem — Friday, Sept. 30
Presented by Michigan Tech Music
Performed by the Superior Wind Symphony

Friday evening, the annual outdoor concert on Walker Lawn returns! The Superior Wind Symphony looks back at the Etude Magazine article from 100 years ago titled “The Jazz Problem,” and plays as much music by the doubters and the enthusiasts as they can.

Learn more about The Jazz Problem.

Naila Ansari’s Movement of Joy*† — Friday and Saturday, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1
Presented by the Rozsa

Wish that you experienced more joy in your life? Naila Ansari and her interdisciplinary artists will be here Friday and Saturday (Sept. 30 and Oct. 1) with that goal in mind. Join in through a Lunch and Learn conversation, free workshop and performance that includes song, spoken word, story and movement.

View all Naila Ansari’s Movement of Joy events.

* This program/lecture is partially funded/sponsored by the Visiting Professor Program, which is funded by a grant to the Office of the Provost from the state of Michigan’s King-Chávez-Parks Initiative.

 This activity is supported by the Michigan Arts and Culture Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.