Homecoming Recap And Correction
Homecoming was seven days of friendly competition, creativity, and school spirit. Thank you to all the registered teams who participated and kept the energy high throughout the week. Thank you to the members of the Homecoming Court who demonstrated poise and who honorably upheld one of Michigan Tech’s spirited Tech Traditions. Thank you to the student organizations, department partners, and volunteers who contributed time and talent throughout the week. While Homecoming week is over, it was a great time embodying husky pride!
In case you missed the announcement at the Homecoming Football game (drum roll, please). The Homecoming winners are:
Ally O’Neill – Delta Phi Epsilon and Tau Kappa Epsilon
Olivia Luke – MUB Board
Class A, Men’s division:
1st place – Sigma Tau Gamma
2nd place – Phi Kappa Tau
3rd place – Triangle Fraternity
Class B, Women’s division:
1st place – Phi Delta Chi
2nd place – Armada
3rd place – Society of Women Engineers
Class C, Co-ed division:
1st place – Bee Zees: Beta Sigma Theta and Delta Zeta
2nd place – Alpha Sigma Tau and Sigma Phi Epsilon
3rd place – Milk Enthusiasts
Overall Fastest Cardboard Boat: Phi Kappa Tau
Overall Team Winner: Bee Zees: Beta Sigma Theta and Delta Zeta
Please note our correction. At the Halftime game, a different team was announced as the fastest cardboard boat. The fastest boat for the 2023 Homecoming cardboard boat races goes to Phi Kappa Tau.
Homecoming T-Shirts Still Available
Bring in a donation from this list and we will swap you for a Homecoming T-shirt, while supplies last!
Cardboard Boats Lost and Found
Lost and ‘hound’-ing for your belongings after the cardboard boat races? ‘Paws’ everything and drop by MUB 112 to see if we’ve found them!
HuskyLEAD Presents: Building a Brand
Are trying to grow and market your student organization, enterprise, small business, or other entity? Do you want to build a brand that resonates with your selected audience?
Join us for an immersive workshop on Building a Brand, where you’ll discover the strategies and insights needed to create a brand that resonates, engages, and leaves a lasting impact. In this interactive workshop, Haley Goodreau of University Marketing and Communications will guide you through the essential components of crafting a brand that not only stands out but also fosters loyalty and growth. Topics will include brand identity essentials, visual branding and design, crafting your story, and engaging with your audience.
Vice President for Student Affairs Candidate Campus Forum
Michigan Tech has invited a candidate to interview for the position of Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA). Please mark your calendar to attend Laura Bulleit’s campus forum on October 11th at 1:30 p.m. in the Administration Building, Room 404. The presentations will be approximately 30 minutes with a 15-minute Q&A to follow.
An opportunity to provide candidate feedback will be available on the Vice President for Student Affairs search page at the conclusion of the candidate’s visit.
Copper Country Snowsports Club Winter Gear Swap
After a short hiatus, the ski swap at Mont Ripley is back! The swap is a fundraiser for the Copper Country Snowsports Club (formerly Mont Ripley Race Team).
Gather your gear to sell, and drop it off Friday, October 6th from 5-8 pm at the Mont Ripley Chalet. If you are looking at shopping for winter gear, normal sale hours will be 11-2 on October 7th with an early bird hour from 10-11am.
More information can be found at https://www.coppercountrysnowsports.org/
Email email@example.com with any questions.
Table Tents are coming back!
Husky Eats and the Memorial Union Building are actively seeking alternative sustainable options to table tents for event advertising, but in the meantime, table tents are coming back.
Table tents are a low-cost advertising method to reach a large number of students, staff, and faculty with announcements about current events for groups affiliated with Michigan Tech. Table Tents are intended for the promotion of individual events, not consecutive or routine marketing.
Tents must be approved by Husky Eats following the policy and steps listed below.
- A maximum of five table tents will be approved each week on a first-come, first-served basis at the discretion of Husky Eats. Priority will be given to one-time events.
- Available slots by week are viewable on our Table Tent Tracker and approvals are only for a one-week slot.
- It may take up to 2 business days for review and approval, please plan accordingly.
- All table tents in each location will be recycled if there is an event that necessitates clearing the tables and every Friday.
- Design your table tent, maximum allowed size is on 8.5” x 11” paper folded. Be sure to include your registered student organization or department name on it. University entities (not student organizations) are required to include the Equal Opportunity Tagline on all advertisements.
- Submit your table tent for approval via email as a PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Table Tent’ and your organization or department name in the subject line. Please indicate which week you are requesting to display your table tent.
- After receiving approval, you can print your table tents. Quantities and locations where table tents are permitted are Keweenaw Commons, 63; DHH, 35; McNair, 50; and Wadsworth Hall, 97. Total: 245
- Place your table tents, one per table. All table tents in each location will be recycled if there is an event or every Friday.
This policy is subject to change. Thank you for your cooperation.
Layered in Between: Prints by Erin Hoffman Presented by Michigan Tech Art
M-F 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. and SA 1-8 p.m. Sep. 15 – Nov. 4
Rozsa Galleries A-Space
Erin Hoffman is an artist and printmaker from Muskegon, Michigan, who deals primarily with political and social concerns. Through the presentation of mismatched ideas and assemblages, her art serves as a prompt for critical thought and new conclusions.
New Music in the Mine Presented by Michigan Tech Music
6 & 8 p.m. October 5 & 6, 2023
At the Quincy Mine
THIS SHOW IS SELLING OUT FAST!!
Hard hats are required — and provided — to hear this exciting new music by contemporary composers in the Quincy Mine hoist building. This annual sell-out show will contain some of the best music you haven’t heard yet!
The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage, a Guerilla Opera Production Presented by The Rozsa and Michigan Tech Music
October 12 – 15, 2023
At the McArdle Theatre
The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage is a new one-act opera by composer Elena Ruehr and librettist Royce Vavrek, adapted from the steampunk graphic novel written and drawn by Sydney Padua, commissioned, produced, and performed by Guerilla Opera. This comedic new opera features Ada Lovelace and Charles Babbage, the true-life unsung inventors of the first computer, in an alternative universe where they use their new invention to “fight crime.”
Psst! There are still free student tickets available for both Charlie Berens shows!
Email email@example.com at least 1 business day before your event with the subject line “Advance Student Rush,” and the following:
- Requested event (please include date and time of the performance if there is more than one option).
- M-Number and email address of all students requesting a ticket.
- Mobile number where each mobile ticket can be sent.
- Whether each student would like to reserve their one (1) guest ticket in addition to their own. Note: Student must be present at the performance with a valid HuskyCard for guest ticket to be valid
Make sure to include the information for all of the people in your party who are getting tickets so you will be seated together! (Excepting the guests)
24th Annual Drag Show
Keweenaw Pride presents the 24th annual drag show! Every year, the LGBTQIA+ community comes together to celebrate a keystone of our culture, and support the art of drag. We have six fantastic performers coming to Michigan Technological University this year, and we’re expecting a night of incredible energy. Everyone is welcome and accepted, so please come join in the fun with us this October 14th, at 7pm in MTU’s SDC Wood Gym!
Tech students get in free with their Tech ID, non-MTU college students get in for $3, and the general public (including MTU faculty and staff) get in for $7. Tickets are available online at buyhuskiestickets.com and at the door. Please bring singles for tipping the performers if you are able.
Doors open at 7pm, showtime at 8pm!
Mushing Club – Kennel Bash
Come hang out with the Mushing Club at the High’s Adventure Kennel on Saturday, October 7th at 5 pm!
We will be having a potluck and bonfire, plus spending time with dogs and running them on the trail. We’ll meet at the Rozsa Parking Lot to carpool to the kennel together. Hope to see you there!
If you plan to attend, sign-up here to coordinate rides and let us know if you’re bringing a dish!
No More Che Day
October 9th will mark 56 years since Che Guevara was executed, bringing an end to a reign of terror by the Marxist revolutionary and international thug. Unfortunately, most students never learn the names of the innocents Che ordered in front of his firing squads or the effect his quest to establish socialism had on the people of Latin America. Instead, Che’s likeness has been idolized, and emblazoned on t-shirts, coffee mugs, and billboards.
To counter the lionizing of this cowardly killer, Young America’s Foundation works with students around the country to tell the truth about Che on the anniversary of his death. “No More Che Day” is designed to educate campuses about Che’s violent life and death, and underscore the faults of socialism.
YAF students will be tabling on DHH Lawn on October 9th from 9 a.m. to noon. In addition, we will have an informational meeting at 7 p.m. in Fisher 231.
Global and Community Engagement Conference
Film Board presents
Guardians of Galaxy Volume 3
Still reeling from the loss of Gamora, Peter Quill rallies his team to defend the universe and one of their own – a mission that could mean the end of the Guardians if not successful.
Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 is rated PG-13
Friday (10/6) 5:30, 8:30, 11:30
Saturday (10/7) 5:30, 8:30, 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.
Fill out the first link when you scan the QR code on your OneTumbler to win 1 of 10 gift cards! Let us know what you want to see next on the OneTumbler.
MUB Board presents
Come play soccer with a massive inflatable bubble around each player! The game is a fun twist on the classic sport that helps level the playing field and can be a great way to exercise and have fun with friends! Refreshments will be provided and it will be free for all students. Show up anytime during the event for some bouncy soccer wipeouts!
Time: 12 – 3 pm
Location: Sherman Field
NOTE: Rain Location will be SDC Multipurpose room, 1-4 pm
Live at Lunch with Alice Kristiansen
Join us October 10th for Live at Lunch featuring Alice Kristiansen! Grab your lunch and bring it to the MUB commons from 12-1 pm and enjoy some good music with your friends!
GNAR Medallion Hunt
The Outdoor Adventure Program will be hosting its first-ever GNAR medallion hunt! There will be 6 medallions hidden around Houghton and its surrounding areas. We will be releasing clues to the location of the medallions via Instagram and Facebook every other day once the challenge begins.
We will have a kickoff meeting on October 12th at 5 p.m. at the Michigan Tech Trailhead. Attendees will receive a free t-shirt, & a small leg-up regarding the location of the medallions.
We hope to see you there!
Information session for HOTFOREST Enterprise
Join HOTFOREST this Thursday, October 5th from 4-5 p.m. for an information session about our enterprise in Fisher 326!! All majors and years are welcome!
We hope to see you there, contact Josie Kalepp at 920.574.5386 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions 🙂
Noche de Baile
Alumni Resource Matchmaker (ARM)
Apply Now for Alumni Resource Matchmaker (ARM) Support!
Are you part of a student organization with big dreams or innovative ideas? Then ARM your group with support from Michigan Tech alumni! The Alumni Resource Matchmaker program is here to help you make a lasting impact on Michigan Tech and its community.
What is ARM?
The Michigan Tech Alumni Board of Directors is thrilled to introduce ARM, a program aimed at connecting student organizations with valuable resources from our extensive alumni network. With ARM, the Alumni Board has two paths to help fund student organizations that apply for funding support. First, the Alumni Board still maintains our traditional budgeted contribution (formerly known as SISP) to several applied and qualified organizations, as we always have. Second, early in 2023, we initiated a new crowd-funding path to activate the entire alumni community to donate to additional qualified and selected organizations. With this announcement, we’re kicking off the 2nd crowd-funding campaign.
What We’re Looking For:
- Programs that positively impact students and support the alumni mission of “Celebrating Traditions. Creating Connections.”
- Inclusive initiatives that engage a wide audience
- Actions that support a culture of philanthropy among students
- Requests for knowledge or expertise in a particular area
- Funding proposals for “capital” goods that will leave a lasting impact on the University
How to Apply:
Click here to apply. The application deadline for the upcoming ARM crowd-funding campaign is Friday, October 13, 2023, and the crowd-funding campaign will occur from December 6-13. Note that applications for our traditional Board-provided funding are still welcome year-round!
We are excited to see your creative ideas and impactful projects.
Michigan Tech Alumni Board of Directors
Indigenous Peoples Day Drum Social
ASPEN Halloween Meeting
Love Your Body Week
In a world that often emphasizes unrealistic beauty standards, it’s crucial to celebrate the uniqueness of every body. Delta Phi Epsilon is hosting Love Your Body Week October 9th-13th to spread awareness for body positivity and support our philanthropy, ANAD. For each day of the week, there is a different theme to reflect on building self-confidence, as well as a variety of events throughout the week to participate in. We will be posting a variety of resources and updates on our Instagram @dphiemtu leading up to and during Love Your Body Week, including instructions to enter a raffle for a $25 gift certificate. Events are open to any students interested in participating, we hope to see you there!
Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being
Flu Shot Clinic
Gear up for the colder seasons by getting your flu shot! Taking care of your well-being is essential to living a well-balanced life as a student. We encourage you to visit our separate flu shot website to read about all of the requirements for participation. The best part? Vaccines come at no cost, or at a very low cost to students!
Board Game Group & New Groups
Join our student staff and counselors for our recurring board game nights throughout the semester! Relax with other students, make new friends, and play your favorite board games in the Wads Anex! We hope you get to destress and build your community!
Our center is now offering other workshops including Stress and Anxiety Management, Reduce Your Use, the Graduate Student Support Group, and the Depression Support Workshop. Please email email@example.com
for more information.
Our center is hosting discussion and education sessions related to mental health and well-being throughout the semester. Join us to learn, ask questions, and discuss the topic with student peers! This week we are looking forward to a discussion regarding mindfulness and distress tolerance.
Coming Up on GivePulse
Support our Football Team and Athletics!
The Michigan Tech Huskies men’s football team is an NCAA Division II college football program that represents Michigan Technological University. The Huskies are a member of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC). They play their home games at Sherman Field. They need ushers/ticket-takers!
Support the Rozsa!
As a Volunteer Usher, you play a critical role in creating a joyful experience at arts events. Led by Rozsa staff, you and other Ushers work together to greet guests, admit folks into the theater, assist with seating and wayfinding, connect guests to venue accommodations, and support effective crowdflow and emergency procedures. Usher roles will be decided as a team at the beginning of the volunteer shift.
Support Career Services!
Help us set up and take down tents for Foundry Day. There will be four tents and some tables to set up/down. It should be fast and easy! Meet in front of the M&M Building at 8:30 a.m. or 4:00 p.m.
Support the 2023 Keweenaw Color Run!
Join us for the 2023 Color Run hosted by Keweenaw Young Professionals! This year’s event features a new route and pairs up with the Houghton Fall Fest. Volunteers will help with set up, clean up, color stations, registration, and course safety.
**If a shift you’re interested in is full, please join the waitlist! We will consider opening additional spots up if there is interest. We want anyone who wants to help to have the opportunity to do so!
Support Michigan Tech Hockey and Athletics!
The Michigan Tech Huskies men’s ice hockey team is an NCAA Division I college ice hockey program that represents Michigan Technological University. The Huskies are a member of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA). They play at the MacInnes Student Ice Arena. Thay need ushers/ticket takers.