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The Student Scoop- June 16, 2021


Pinterest Party

Join us on Monday, June 21st for a variety of fun crafts and projects- complete with lemonade and iced tea! We will have paracord bracelets and keychains, embroidery kits, birdhouses, and friendship bracelets for you to create.
*while supplies last


Upcoming Volunteering Opportunities

Copper Country’s Habitat for Humanity is looking for volunteers to help with their build in South Range:

Two volunteers are needed for Thursday, June 17 from 9 AM – 3 PM. Lunch will be provided. They will be working on the Ice n Water shield, porch roof, and hurricane brackets. 

On Saturday, June 19th, 5 volunteers are needed for Drywall nailers, foam board on exterior walls, finish porch roof, shingles.

On June 22 and 23, volunteers are needed to help assist with the construction of the new playground at Chassell Centennial Park. Lunch will be catered for both days. Please respond to this email if you are able to help!

You do not need to have experience in doing any of these tasks, there will be someone there showing you what will need to be done.  For Covid safety standards, Habitat is asking that all volunteers be vaccinated and be two weeks out for the safety of everyone volunteering. Contact Sandy at sandycch4h@gmail.com if you are interested.


The Capture Your Adventure program is underway, but it isn’t too late to join in! All you have to do is follow @mtu_wellbeing on social media and start following the prompts! Each week that you post using the hashtag enters you into the drawing for some spectacular prizes such as a tent and sleeping bag, a bike, or an inflatable paddle board! This week’s prompt is sunrise/sunset, so capture that beautiful photo and join in the summer fun! Have fun, get outside, and capture your adventure Huskies!!



The Student Scoop- June 9, 2021

Nominate your RSO for the Student Org Spotlight! The Spotlight is featured on Student Leadership & Involvement social media and webpage, highlighting your RSO to a large audience. Make sure you include any events coming up in the fall, fun facts about your org, and any accomplishments you’d like to highlight. Questions? Email rso@mtu.edu


The Capture Your Adventure program is underway, but it isn’t too late to join in! All you have to do is follow @mtu_wellbeing on social media and start following the prompts! Each week that you post using the hashtag enters you into the drawing for some spectacular prizes such as a tent and sleeping bag, a bike, or an inflatable paddle board! Have fun, get outside, and capture your adventure Huskies!!



The Student Scoop- June 2, 2021

TODAY! -Camping 101

Summer’s approaching fast! Come join us Wednesday, June 2 at 2 PM on Walker Lawn.
Hear all about the Leave No Trace principles and learn how to set up a tent, what supplies to bring, how to pack a backpack, planning meals, and more!


Nominate your RSO for the Student Org Spotlight! The Spotlight is featured on Student Leadership & Involvement social media and webpage, highlighting your RSO to a large audience. Make sure you include any events coming up in the fall, fun facts about your org, and any accomplishments you’d like to highlight. Questions? Email rso@mtu.edu


The Capture Your Adventure program is underway, but it isn’t too late to join in! All you have to do is follow @mtu_wellbeing on social media and start following the prompts! Each week that you post using the hashtag enters you into the drawing for some spectacular prizes such as a tent and sleeping bag, a bike, or an inflatable paddle board! Have fun, get outside, and capture your adventure Huskies!!


S’more than a Feeling

Take a break and enjoy some time around the fire! We will be making s’mores and learning more about the Green Bandanna Project.

June 8th from 2-4 pm (Rain day June 9th from 2-4 pm) at Hillside Fire Ring

Students, faculty, staff, RSO’s, and all Michigan Tech community members and their families are welcome!



The Student Scoop- May 26, 2021

Plant-A-Palooza

Bring a friend (or two!) and join us for our fifth annual Plant-A-Palooza!!

You can plant a succulent and take it home. Wednesday, May 26 at 2 PM on Walker Lawn. We will be featuring a HUGE variety of succulents to choose from!! 

Plants, dirt, and pots will be provided – while supplies last!


Nominate your RSO for the Student Org Spotlight! The Spotlight is featured on Student Leadership & Involvement social media and webpage, highlighting your RSO to a large audience. Make sure you include any events coming up in the fall, fun facts about your org, and any accomplishments you’d like to highlight. Questions? Email rso@mtu.edu


Camping 101

Summer’s approaching fast! Come join us Wednesday, June 2 at 2 PM on Walker Lawn.
Learn how to set up a tent, what supplies to bring, how to pack a backpack, planning meals, and more!


S’more than a feeling

Take a break and enjoy some time around the fire! We will be making s’mores and learning more about the Green Bandanna Project.

June 8th from 2-4 pm (Rain day June 9th from 2-4 pm) at Hillside Fire Ring

Students, faculty, staff, RSO’s, and all Michigan Tech community members and their families are welcome!


Husky Emergency Assistance Fund

The Husky Emergency Assistance Fund was established in 2020 to help members of our campus community who are experiencing financial hardship. All current students, faculty and staff who have incurred emergency or crisis-related expenses and can demonstrate need are welcome to apply.

The fund is supported by donations from Michigan Tech alumni and friends.

To get more information or complete an application for financial assistance, visit the Husky Emergency Assistance Fund website, send an email to heaf@mtu.edu or call 906-487-1567.


The Student Scoop- May 19, 2021

Nominate your RSO for the Student Org Spotlight! The Spotlight is featured on Student Leadership & Involvement social media and webpage, highlighting your RSO to a large audience. Make sure you include any events coming up in the fall, fun facts about your org, and any accomplishments you’d like to highlight. Questions? Email rso@mtu.edu


Plant-A-Palooza!

Bring a friend (or two!) and join us for our fifth annual Plant-A-Palooza!!

You can plant a succulent and take it home. Wednesday, May 26 at 2 PM on Walker Lawn. We will be featuring a HUGE variety of succulents to choose from!! 

Plants, dirt, and pots will be provided – while supplies last!


Turning Care into Action

Givepulse is an online community enabling everyone from non-profit agencies to volunteers to work together and impact the community. Not only is it an opportunity for Students to help in our community, but it’s also an opportunity for non-profit organizations and groups to reach out for help!

Are you a Student looking for volunteer opportunities this year? Well, we have a tab dedicated to ‘service’ in Involvement link! You can find all the local opportunities here, as well as log your service hours!

If you’re part of an organization that would like to use Givepulse to reach out for Volunteers, click here for a step-by-step process on how to get started.

Have any questions? Email huskyhelpers@mtu.edu to find out more!


Michigan STEM Forward

Attention College of Business students! We have exciting news for you! Are you or a fellow classmate looking for an internship this upcoming summer or school year? If so, Michigan Tech has teamed up with STEM Forward to create that opportunity for you. Apply here.

What is the STEM Program?
STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The program allows you to choose one of those specific categories you would be interested in and align you with a company that offers an internship in that category. Students who are interested in this program are able to choose a region in MICHIGAN they want to work in and also have a desire to live in MICHIGAN after graduation. There are both part-time and full-time internship opportunities.

For further questions about the program, please contact ekmackay@mtu.edu



The Student Scoop- May 12, 2021

Get Involved with #captureyouradventureMTU

The Capture Your Adventure program has already begun, but it isn’t too late to join in! All you have to do is follow @mtu_wellbeing on social media and start following the prompts! Each week that you post using the hashtag enters you into the drawing for some spectacular prizes such as a tent and sleeping bag, a bike, or an inflatable paddle board! Have fun, get outside, and capture your adventure Huskies!


Pop-up Painting Party

Take a break and join us as we channel our inner Bob Ross!  Canvases, paints, and brushes provided – no creativity required.  

Thursday, May 13 from 2-4 pm in the MUB Commons


Plant-A-Palooza!

Bring a friend (or two!) and join us for our fifth annual Plant-A-Palooza!!

You can plant a succulent and take it home. Wednesday, May 26 at 2 PM on Walker Lawn. We will be featuring a HUGE variety of succulents to choose from!! 

Plants, dirt, and pots will be provided – while supplies last!


Michigan STEM Forward

Attention College of Business students! We have exciting news for you! Are you or a fellow classmate looking for an internship this upcoming summer or school year? If so, Michigan Tech has teamed up with STEM Forward to create that opportunity for you. Apply here.

What is the STEM Program?
STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The program allows you to choose one of those specific categories you would be interested in and align you with a company that offers an internship in that category. Students who are interested in this program are able to choose a region in MICHIGAN they want to work in and also have a desire to live in MICHIGAN after graduation. There are both part-time and full-time internship opportunities.

For further questions about the program, please contact ekmackay@mtu.edu


Looking for Volunteering Opportunities?

Check out this website for additional opportunities, here’s what’s coming up:

Copper Country Habitat for Humanity

The building schedule will be starting on Thursday, May 20th from 9-3 pm in South Range.
Thursday, May 20th  looking for  2-3 volunteers 9am til 3pm
Saturday, May 22 looking for 4 volunteers – 9am til 3pm
Thursday, May 27 looking for 2 volunteers – 9am til 3pm
Saturday, May 29 looking for 2 volunteers – 9 am til 3 pm

There will be lunch provided for each of these workdays.

Please remember we are working according to the safety guidelines with Covid
Please wear your mask and social distance.  

Please contact Sandy Michael, sandycch4h@gmail.com, if you are interested in any of these dates.

WUPHD Vaccine Clinic

Volunteers are needed to assist with the Western Upper Peninsula Health Department vaccine clinic on May 13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Student Development Complex.

Those interested in volunteering an hour or several hours are asked to fill out this form.



The Student Scoop- May 5, 2021

Pop-up Painting Party

Take a break and join us as we channel our inner Bob Ross!  Canvases, paints, and brushes provided – no creativity required.  

Thursday, May 13 from 2-4 pm in the MUB Commons


MUB Event Survey

Did you attend any of our awesome events such as Stuff-a-Husky, the Drive-In Movie, or Spring Fling? Well now’s your chance to suggest your ideas for events you would like to see on campus in the future!

Scan the QR code, or click this link to take the survey.


Givepulse Student Survey

Have you been an active volunteer this year? Did you utilize GivePulse, our new database for tracking impact in the community? Then, take the time to fill out this survey so we can make it even better! 

Take the survey here.


Plant-A-Palooza!

Bring a friend (or two!) and join us for our fifth annual Plant-A-Palooza!!

You can plant a succulent and take it home. Wednesday, May 26 at 2 PM on Walker Lawn. We will be featuring a HUGE variety of succulents to choose from!! 

Plants, dirt, and pots will be provided – while supplies last!


Adult Huskies Tennis Lessons

An additional session of group tennis lessons has been added to spring programming at Gates Tennis Center.

Adult Huskies Group Tennis Lessons are for ages 17 and up who are looking to learn more about the game of tennis. Each class will include technique and games to learn and develop skills that will improve their workouts and match play on their own. The next session begins May 17 and ends June 10. Registration closes May 15. Session cost (4 weeks, 1 day/week) $50. See Adult Tennis Lessons for days/times.

Private lessons are also available.


The Student Scoop- April 28, 2021

MUB Event Survey

Did you attend any of our awesome events such as Stuff-a-Husky, the Drive-In Movie, or Spring Fling? Well now’s your chance to suggest your ideas for events you would like to see on campus in the future!Scan the QR code above, or click this link to take the survey.


Givepulse Student Survey

Have you been an active volunteer this year? Did you utilize GivePulse, our new database for tracking impact in the community? Then, take the time to fill out this survey so we can make it even better! 

Take the survey here.


Title IX Upcoming Events

Dial Help TEAL Survivor Support Group
Date: April 28
Time: 6pm – 7pm
Location: Zoom – Contact Paige with for the Zoom link and free art supplies at 
482-9077 or psetter-hallwachs@dialhelp.org
Description: Free, safe, and non-judgmental phone support group for anyone who experienced sexual violence past or present, including childhood abuse. You are not alone. Funded by: Division of Victim Services

Denim Day
Date: April 28
Time: All Day
Description: Michigan Tech Title IX invites you to proudly wear denim with a purpose on Wednesday, April 28, 2021 for International Denim Day to support survivors and educate our community about the forms of sexual violence as a part of  Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Tag us on Facebook and Instagram (@MichiganTechSpeakUp) in a post to social media with a photo of yourself wearing denim and tell us why you chose to wear denim for #DenimDay. #CopperCountrySAAM #MichiganTechSpeakUp

You can find more information about Denim Day at https://www.denimdayinfo.org/.


Camp K-day Registration is Open!

It’s that time of year again, K-Day registration time!! K-Day Registration is officially open, so reserve your spot now! Space and resources are limited, so do not delay!  This year’s theme will have you wanting s’more at Camp K-Day!  Organizations can get creative with this summer camp-themed student organization fair!

K-Day, or Keweenaw Day, is an annual tradition that will be held on Friday, September 10 beginning at noon. Students head to Chassell Centennial Park for an afternoon of food, fun, and music – it’s like a week of summer camp all in one afternoon!  K-day typically sees 3000-4000 students so this is an important recruitment opportunity for your organization.  Please have your organization’s event finalized before registering HERE.  

Keep in mind, the person you list as the primary contact for your organization’s registration will be the one receiving all communications.  They will need to keep an eye out for emails during the summer in case of any changes that are made to K-Day due to any updates we may need to make in regards to our campus Healthy and Safety Levels. 

Questions about K-Day can be directed to Rochelle Spencer at raspence@mtu.edu


Interested in Joining the Tech Traditions Committee? The Tech Traditions Committee is looking for new members!  We help plan and run events for things like Welcome Week and Homecoming!  We also help select performers for Late Night Programming.  If you’re interested, please fill out this form!


The Student Scoop- April 21, 2021

Want to work with Student Leadership & Involvement?

We are looking for motivated students to work in our office this summer and potentially the next school year.  You would help with our summer programs, fall planning, and day-to-day office activities like answering the phones and emails. We would like someone with leadership qualities such as good communication skills, problem-solving, and decision-making skills.  Also, someone who would represent Student Leadership & Involvement and Michigan Tech in a professional manner.  Applicants need a 2.5 minimum grade point average.  If you are interested, fill out this application!


Photo: Erika Raxworthy

Women in Natural Resources Club Plant Sale

The Women in Natural Resources Club plant sale will be April 21-22. Plants and other items can be reserved online or purchased in the CFRES atrium (in the forestry building) 10am-4pm.We have a great selection of garden plants, house plants and macrame plant hangers. Sale website: https://womeninr.wixsite.com/winrplantsale


Short-term study abroad virtual info session

April 22nd, 5:00 – 6:45 pm | Zoom link: bit.ly/FacLed22

It’s not too early to start making plans for spring and summer 2022. Step out of your comfort zone and try something different…

  • Learn Spanish and hike Machu Picchu in Peru
  • Explore castles and museums in England
  • Zipline over the Cloud forest of Costa Rica
  • Walk in the footsteps of famous artists of Ireland
  • Serve communities in Bolivia, Guatemala, and Panama
  • Research aquatic life in the Bahamas
  • Learn about international business in Germany

Attend this virtual info session to learn more about Michigan Tech’s short-term study abroad programs led by Michigan Tech faculty. 


Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being Upcoming Workshops

Interested in other workshops or groups from the Center for Student Mental Health & Well-being? Check them out here: 
Workshops: click here
Groups: click here


Canterbury House Food Pantry

Let us help you alleviate the burden of purchasing food. We offer COVID safe pick-up and delivery of groceries and toiletries to the Michigan Tech Community in the Houghton and Hancock area. To place an order, fill out the Google Form at any time. Once an order has been placed, we will reach out to arrange a time for pick-up or delivery.



The Student Scoop- April 14, 2021

Spring Fling 2021

Welcome to the World of Sweets, Huskies!

Spring Fling is approaching fast, and it’s time to head down the MAGICAL road to this year’s Candyland Edition!

Festivities will start Thursday, April 15 from 2:30-4:30 PM and Friday, April 16 from 12:00-2:00 PM & 2:30-4:30 PM throughout the main campus. The weather is calling for partly sunny and 45°!  This is a chance for you to interact with many of the amazing organizations at Michigan Tech. Make sure to stop by for FREE food, tie-dye shirts, inflatables, and more! And remember – masks and social distancing are required at all times. This event is brought to you by MUB Board (Memorial Union Board) and we can’t wait to see you there!!


Dumb Debate Night

Choose to argue for or against a variety of fun and/or strange ideas and proposals in USG’s annual Dumb Debate Night! Everyone who attends will get a free $5 Amazon gift card (while supplies last) and have lots of fun! 
Join us on April 15 at 6 PM on Zoom. The event is linked HERE


Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being Upcoming Workshops

Interested in other workshops or groups from the Center for Student Mental Health & Well-being? Check them out here: 
Workshops: click here
Groups: click here


Are you First in your Family to Attend College?

On Thursday April 15, 2021, from 2:30-4:30 PM during Michigan Tech’s annual Spring Fling, we will be celebrating members of our campus community who are first-generation college students. Stop by (and socially distance) at our table outside the CDI, sign our “I’m First” banner and pick up a sticker. We will also be celebrating all of our first-gen accomplishments on social media during the week of April 12th-18th. Tag us and share your stories and photos with the hashtag #MTUFG.


WMTU Presents:
Greta Van Fleet
The Battle at Garden’s Gate

Join WMTU for the release of Greta Van Fleet’s second studio album “The Battle at Garden’s Gate” when it is released on April 16th, 2021. Greta Van Fleet is a critically acclaimed contemporary American rock band from Frankenmuth, Michigan. You may know them from their hit songs “Highway Tune”, “Black Smoke Rising”, and “Safari Song”. Come listen to and discuss the album with your favorite college radio station, WMTU!
Zoom Link: https://michigantech.zoom.us/j/88217028646


TKE Spring Fling

Join the brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Spring Fling this Friday, April 16th, 2021 between 2:30pm-4:30pm. 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/


MUB Board Presents:

Drive-in Movie Night

Grab your pillows, blankets, friends, and popcorn and join in at the Hamar House parking lot for a drive-in style movie night on Saturday, April 17. 

Relax before finals and watch Ferris Bueller’s Day Off with us!

The show begins at 9PM sharp! Don’t forget your popcorn!!

Pixar Trivia Night

Late Night is hosting a trivia night!  The theme is Pixar trivia.  All are welcome!  Students are eligible to win a $25 gift card! Download Kahoot! ahead of time to play and join us on Zoom at 7:00 PM!


The Keweenaw’s Second Annual Waste Reduction Drive

The Keweenaw’s 2nd Annual Waste Reduction Drive is this Saturday, 4/17 from 9am to 3pm in MTU Parking Lot 22!  Please bring us the following 6 categories of items:- Plastic film- Plastic bottle caps & rings- Foil-lined wrappers- Dental products- Razors- Egg cartonsPlease refer to the official guide for more details on the items we are collecting.  We are excited to see how much waste the Keweenaw community diverted from the landfill this year!


OAP Kayak Safety Clinic April 21

Are you dreaming of summer and those wonderful paddling months? We can’t get you out on the open water, but we can help you work on your skills in the pool. 
Sign up for the next OAP Kayak Safety Clinic and refine those skills to keep you safe on the water. We try to meet each participant at their level and encourage them to challenge themselves. 
Topics covered include kayak re-entry, de-watering your kayak, and wet exits. The focus will be on practice and improving technique; the more you do it the better you will get. 
All equipment will be provided including PFD’s, kayaks, paddle, and paddle floats. Appropriate swimwear required. We will be in the water between 4-9 feet deep, with lifeguards on duty during the event. 
Clinic will take place in the SDC lap pool on April 21, 8 – 10 p.m. No kayaking experience necessary. Must be at least 8 years old and able to swim at least 15 yards unassisted. A parent must be present for participants under age 14. 
The clinic is free to Michigan Tech Students, SDC Members $5/clinic General Public $10/clinic. Visit OAP Kayak Safety Clinics for more information or to register.


Earth Day Special Dinner

Brought to you by the MTU Sustainability Demonstration House and McNair dining hall: Please join us for the first ever EARTH DAY SPECIAL DINNER on Thursday 4/22! The dinner will take place in McNair Dining Hall from 4 – 7PM on Earth Day (4/22).  Both on- and off-campus students are welcome to join!

  • 90% of the food options will be fully plant-based.
  • All waste will be diverted from the landfill.
  • Compostable utensils and containers will be provided.
  • 90% of the food options will be fully plant-based.
  • All waste will be diverted from the landfill.
  • Compostable utensils and containers will be provided.

Please refer to the flyer for our menu options!  If you do not live on campus or do not have a meal plan, single meal passes can be purchased for this dinner at the McNair front desk for $12.95.


Featured this Week in the Michigan Tech Lode

Featured this week in the Michigan Tech Lode: 
News 
This week in history
Bookworm Books and Coffee closes this week
Pulse
A rundown of coffee in Houghton, by a local
Escape reality with magician Trent James
Opinion
Nervous about returning to in-person classes?
Why do I live with these people? 
Tech
April in chemistry
Check out our website to see past articles and more!

Do you enjoy writing, editing, photography or graphic design? We are currently in need of new individuals to join our staff! We meet weekly on Wednesdays and publish the same night on our website. Eventually, we will be returning to print publishing as well. We are a dedicated and fun group of individuals who enjoy representing campus life through news. Email us at lodesubmit@mtu.edu and find out how you can join the Lode!


Camp Quality Upper Peninsula is looking for volunteers to become camp companions for children who are diagnosed with cancer and blood disorders.   This camp is a result of the partnership with Bay Cliff Health Camp, Camp Quality, and the Upper Peninsula Lions Childhood Cancer Program.  New programs are developing in the Upper Peninsula for Summer of 2021 (virtual, day and weekend camps) and eventually weeklong camps in 2022.  Volunteers can become a companion paired one- to -one with a camper at our weeklong camp, volunteer at our weekend events and help plan and implement other camper and family programs throughout the year.  
Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.  Summer positions for 2021 include Virtual Camp preparation, attend Camp Kick Off Event in June, At Bay Cliff Health Camp and the Fall Family Weekend in September.  Volunteer positions require a short training following the interview process and background check.  For more information go to www.campqualityusa.org/mi  or contact Chris Smith, Upper Peninsula Lions Childhood Cancer Chairman at 1-313-682-8900 or lionchris906pcc@outlook.com


Title IX Upcoming Events:

Teal Ribbons for Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Date: Month of April
Description: During the Month of April there will be Teal Ribbons displayed throughout campus. Teal has become the signature color for sexual assault awareness and wearing a teal ribbon symbolizes supporting survivors of sexual violence. These ribbons are meant to create conversation on campus about how we can create a community in which all members feel safe and supported.

Dial Help TEAL Survivor Support Group
Date: April 14
Time: 6pm – 7pm
Location: Zoom – Contact Paige with for the Zoom link and free art supplies at 482-9077 or psetter-hallwachs@dialhelp.org  
Description: Free, safe, and non-judgmental phone support group for anyone who experienced sexual violence past or present, including childhood abuse. You are not alone. Funded by: Division of Victim Services 

Cover the Cruiser at Spring Fling
Date: April 16 
Time: 12 pm  – 2 pm
Description: During Spring Fling, Public Safety and Police Services along with the student organizations SAVE and Triangle Fraternity will be covering a Michigan Tech police cruiser with sticky notes to show support for survivors for sexual and domestic violence. Show your support and stop by to help cover the cruiser, show your support for survivors and help us to prevent violence! #CopperCountrySAAM #MichiganTechSpeakUp

Puppy Parade for Awareness
Date: April 21 in person
April 21-25 virtually 
Time: 6pm in person
Description: Walks are a great family activity! Come walk with us April 21 at 6pm at our downtown office to support survivors of sexual assault and abuse. This will be a covid friendly event. Contact Paige at psetter-hallwachs@dialhelp.org to reserve a time slot for your group and claim your free teal bandana.
You can also participate virtually in Dial Help’s facebook event April 21st to April 25th.  If you need help, call 800-562-7622, text 906-356-3337, or chat @ http://dialhelp.org

Dial Help TEAL Survivor Support Group
Date: April 28
Time: 6pm – 7pm
Location: Zoom – Contact Paige with for the Zoom link and free art supplies at 
482-9077 or psetter-hallwachs@dialhelp.org  
Description: Free, safe, and non-judgmental phone support group for anyone who experienced sexual violence past or present, including childhood abuse. You are not alone. Funded by: Division of Victim Services

Denim Day
Date: April 28
Time: All Day
Description: Michigan Tech Title IX invites you to proudly wear denim with a purpose on Wednesday, April 28, 2021 for International Denim Day to support survivors and educate our community about the forms of sexual violence as a part of  Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Tag us on Facebook and Instagram (@MichiganTechSpeakUp) in a post to social media with a photo of yourself wearing denim and tell us why you chose to wear denim for #DenimDay. #CopperCountrySAAM #MichiganTechSpeakUp

You can find more information about Denim Day at https://www.denimdayinfo.org/.