Student Scoop – November 15, 2023

Volunteer Expo

Give thanks through service. Find your next volunteer opportunity at the Volunteer Expo on Thursday, November 30th from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Memorial Union Building Ballroom. Twenty organizations from around the region will showcase volunteer and philanthropic opportunities. Stop by to see where your next volunteer opportunity will take you! Read more about the event on Involvement Link. Interested in hosting a volunteer table? Reach out to Amy in the Student Leadership and Involvement office, MUB 112 or email: ahjerste@mtu.edu


Rozsa Center for Performing Arts

Anatomy of Gray Presented by Michigan Tech Theatre

7:30 p.m. November 14-17, 2023

At the McArdle Theatre

When her father dies, a girl from the small Indiana town of Gray prays for a healer so that no one will ever suffer again. The next thing she knows, a man claiming to be a doctor blows into town in a hot air balloon. But can this “doctor” keep illness at bay? Michigan Tech Theatre invites you on an extraordinary journey through the murky waters of love, loss, and healing in the 19th century with Anatomy of Gray, written by Jim Leonard Jr. and directed by Patricia Helsel.

CONTENT WARNING | This production includes the presence of prop firearms and contains mention of topics that may be distressing to some individuals, including but not limited to pregnancy, abortion, drowning, and death.

Learn More | Reserve Free Tickets

The Rozsa’s Home for the Holidays Gift Market

Saturday, November 25, 2023

At the Rozsa Center for Performing Arts Lobby

For those who are sticking around for the Thanksgiving weekend, the annual holiday tradition returns to the Rozsa Lobby! Gather for a wonderful day at this unique holiday gift market featuring high-quality, hand-crafted items to decorate your home, stuff stockings, and give as the perfect gifts to your loved ones. 

Learn More | Free

The Rozsa Box Office will be closed over Thanksgiving Break.

How to Get Free Tickets


WIBIT Wednesday – November 29th

MTU students, SDC Access Pass holders (minimum one-month), and WIBIT Wednesday Pass holders come make a splash with our inflatable pool obstacle course called the WIBIT! Events will be held this fall for current MTU students, SDC Access Pass holders (minimum one-month), and WIBIT Wednesday Pass holders. Test your individual skills on the course or challenge a friend to a race across the obstacles. The course is set up in the deep water and requires users to be able to pass our swim test. See the WIBIT rules and swim test content on our website for more information. There are many different pieces of the WIBIT and each event will have a featured combination.

Potential featured pieces include:

The Step — This piece allows users to climb up onto the course.

The Base — Users must make their way across a horizontal surface. Be careful how fast you move, as it can get slippery!

The Cliff — Users must navigate either side of a slope using the handles and their balancing skills.

V-Connect — Users must use limited footing space to navigate across the horizontal structure.

The Bridge — Users must navigate up and over an arched structure without falling through.

The Slope — Users must climb up a six-foot wall that leads to a slide into the pool water below!

Upcoming WIBIT Dates, Times, and Combinations: Wednesday, Nov. 29, from 5-8 p.m. — Step/Bridge/Cliff/Slope

Come visit us at the pool to try out your skills! For more information, visit WIBIT.


Thanksgiving Crafts with Phi Delta Chi

Join Phi Delta Chi tomorrow, November 16th from 7-8 pm at the PDC house for Thanksgiving crafts and hanging out! All women and nonbinary people are welcome, rides will be provided leaving from the WADS front desk at 6:55 p.m.!! 

Hope to see you there, contact Josie Kalepp at 920.574.5386 with any questions 🙂


Calling All Nominations for the Bayard Rustin Award

The Michigan Tech chapter of National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) presents the Bayard Rustin Award annually at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Banquet.

Bayard Rustin was an influential advisor to civil-rights leaders, doing much of the work behind the scenes. He worked alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to organize the Freedom Rides and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. In 2013, Rustin was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

The Bayard Rustin Award is presented to a member of the Michigan Tech community that is a major asset to students, faculty, and staff. They frequently provide major support behind the scenes and exhibit qualities of being a servant leader.

Nominations are due by December 1, 2023.

This year’s award will be presented at the 35th Annual MLK Celebration on January 15, 2024.

Submit nominations to https://forms.gle/p93KJ3uBKyZa3Nyc7.


Coming Up on GivePulse

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. They need ushers/ticket takers.


Student Leadership and Involvement will be closed on Wednesday, November 22.

Student Scoop – November 8, 2023

Alternative Spring Break Applications Open Now!

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is an experiential learning opportunity that promotes service-learning and community building. Students participate in education, direct service, and reflection in order to become life-long active citizens.

ASB through Student Leadership and Involvement is open to any student in good academic and conduct standing at the University. You do not need previous experience in service or on campus to participate. Each trip seeks to have students from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences.

This year’s Domestic ASB trip will be to St. Joe, Florida. It will be focused on hurricane repair and shoreline cleanup. The group will work alongside several local parks, including TH Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park and the Rish Recreation Area.

In collaboration with the Community Collaborations International, this year’s International ASB trip will travel to San Juan, Puerto Rico to work with community organizers on issues such as home repair, forest recovery, and youth development.

There is a nominal fee for participating in an Alternative Spring Break trip. The cost includes transportation throughout the trip, lodging on site, meals on-site, and service project coordination. The costs per trip, which are subsidized by the Student Activity Fee, are:

  • St. Joe, Florida – $400
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico – $1200

Applications are open until November 12th. Apply Now!


Taste of Fall

Taste of Fall

Eventbrite Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taste-of-fall-tickets-731299555657?aff=oddtdtcreator

Join us to celebrate the end of fall for an evening of tasty fall beverages and food! Students must be 21 to purchase tickets and IDs will be checked at the event


Film Board presents

Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1

Ethan Hunt and his IMF team must track down a dangerous weapon before it falls into the wrong hands. 

Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1 is rated PG-13

Friday (11/10) 5:30 8:30 11:30pm

Saturday (11/11)  5:30 8:30 11:30pm

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.


Mexico Spring Break Program Applications are still open!

The Mexico Spring Break program is still taking applications! 

Get up to 3 credits of upper division HASS and .5 PE credits while spending Spring Break in the warm, sunny Yucatan in Mexico!

See the website for more information and to apply. You can also use financial aid to pay for the program fee. 

Don’t hesitate to get in touch with program leader Dr. Kat Hannum at khannum@mtu.edu if you have any questions. 


Title IX: Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationships

Let’s talk about Healthy Relationships! Title IX is hosting 2 more events in the resident halls. On Nov. 9, we will be focusing on LGBTQ+ relationships from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Wads G17/18. Then on Nov. 16, we will talk about all relationships from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in DHH Ballroom.


Wisconsin/Chicago Break Bus Ticket Sales Open


Diwali Night

The Indian Students Association (ISA) at Michigan Tech is thrilled to invite you to our grand celebration of Diwali Night, a festival of lights and joy, on November. 11.

Event Schedule:

  • Food: 5-7 p.m. in the MUB Ballroom
  • Cultural Performances: 7:30-9 p.m. at the Rozsa Center
  • Spectacular Drone Show: 9:05-9:25 p.m. in the Rozsa parking lot (Lot 8)
  • Open Dance Floor (Indian DJ Night): 9:45-11:45 p.m. in the MUB Ballroom

ISA Diwali Night is open to all, and we encourage you to bring your friends and family to share in the joy and cultural diversity.

Tickets: $15 for Tech students and $20 for staff/community members.

Limited seats are available. Tickets are available online only. No on-the-spot tickets will be sold.


Rozsa Center for Performing Arts

Anatomy of Gray Presented by Michigan Tech Theatre

7:30 p.m. November 14-17, 2023

At the McArdle Theatre

When her father dies, a girl from the small Indiana town of Gray prays for a healer so that no one will ever suffer again. The next thing she knows, a man claiming to be a doctor blows into town in a hot air balloon. But can this “doctor” keep illness at bay? Michigan Tech Theatre invites you on an extraordinary journey through the murky waters of love, loss, and healing in the 19th century with Anatomy of Gray, written by Jim Leonard Jr. and directed by Patricia Helsel.

Learn More | Reserve Free Tickets

CONTENT WARNING | This production includes the presence of firearms and contains mention of topics that may be distressing to some individuals, including but not limited to pregnancy, abortion, drowning, and death.

SOLD OUT: Charlie Berens Good Old Fashioned Tour Presented by The Rozsa

7:30 & 10 p.m. November 10, 2023

At the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts

For the first time in the Keweenaw, comedian, Emmy-winning journalist, New York Times bestselling author, and host of the Manitowoc Minute – CHARLIE BERENS!

All available student rush tickets for this event have been reserved.

Learn More | Student Rush: SOLD OUT


Well-being Advocates at Michigan Tech

The Well-being Advocates at Michigan Tech work to elevate conversations about well-being and general health amongst the general MTU student body. The organization promotes this commitment by hosting various events like the monthly Health Hut or Featured Reads cart in the MTU library. These events address topics such as proper stress management, sleep, hygiene, physical activity, and mental health. The Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being enthusiastically supports the students and educational programming that the Well-being Advocates promote.

Students are encouraged to join the Well-being Advocates club! Students will especially enjoy the club if they are: 

  • Passionate about well-being, health, and mental health topics. 
  • Interested in elevating the health and well-being of a community.
  • Looking for opportunities to be indirectly involved with the Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being to work on prevention initiatives. 
  • Want to promote health and well-being with a lesser time commitment. 

Paint-Stick Boomerang Competition

Come to The Makers Guild’s DIY boomerang contest TONIGHT (11/8) 6-8pm in the Alley Makerspace. Create your own boomerang from paint sticks and compete to see who has the best-performing, most innovative, or coolest-looking boomerang! Don’t make Matthew sad.


Railroad Engineering and Activities Club

Come join REAC in Fisher 325 on monday, Nov. 13th at 7pm to hear from Adam Robillard about his time with the Madison Railroad and some other things he’s doing in industry! If the exciting and dynamic railroad industry doesn’t convince you, perhaps the FREE PIZZA will!


College Democrats at MTU Interest Check

College Democrats is a national organization dedicated to supporting and spreading progressive ideals amongst students. This organization will be open for leftists across the spectrum (not just Democrats!) to let their voices be heard. We are currently doing an interest check for both regular and e-board members. Please fill out this form if you are interested. The time and location of our first meeting will be announced at a later date.


Thanksgiving Card Decorating with Rotaract Club

The Rotaract Club will be making Thanksgiving cards for Little Brothers Friends of The Elderly. Please join us for this fun event from 6:00pm – 7:00pm in the MUB Makerspace. Feel free to bring a few friends and a snack. If you have any questions about this event or Rotaract in general, message us on Instagram or email us at mturotaractsocial@gmail.com


Israel-Palestine Informational Session

USG Political Affairs Committee is holding an informational session about Israel and Palestine with guest speaker Todd Holmstrom. Todd Holmstrom has a lot of experience in this area. He has held multiple positions for the US state department including acting director of Israel and Palestine Affairs during the first Gaza War in 2008 to 2009. He now is an associate professor at Michigan Tech in the Social Sciences Department. The event will be held Tuesday, November 14th in DOW 641.


Hillside Place Floor Logo Design Competition

At the end of Spring 2023, Hillside Place (the residence hall)  adopted a brand new set of floor names.  In order to promote a sense of community in the building we are trying to get floor signs made for the building for the first time ever. The RAs and Hillside Place Association (HPA) have started a floor logo design competition and we would like to extend the offer to you all.  The building will be polled on submitted logo designs for each floor.  The winner of each floor design will receive a $50 MTU gift card up to a maximum of $300 based on 6 floors in the building.  

Rules/details regarding submissions

The floor names were selected to be “Mountains of the U.P” and listing them in ascending order from 1st-6th floor are: Ripley, Sugarloaf, Arcadian, Brockway, Bohemia, and Arvon.

  • Designs should be square and digital format is preferred.
  • Designs should be submitted to jsiguenz@mtu.edu by the end of the day Friday, December 1st.
  • Designs should reflect the floor name.

Society for Technical Communication: Student Chapter

Interested in earning impressive experience while still attending school? Join the Society for Technical Communication! We collaborate with other student organizations, department employees, and outside sources to give our members projects for their portfolios. Not only that, but we also offer opportunities to attend a summit conference after the Spring semester! Connect with professionals and learn about impressive projects around the country.

Not interested? We can also help with resume and portfolio reviews, guest speakers, workshops, and leadership opportunities! We are still having meetings, and we’d love to see you there:

  • Tuesday, Nov. 14th @ 7pm in Walker 143
  • Tuesday, Nov. 28th @ 7pm in Walker 143

For more information, contact us at stc-org@mtu.edu.


Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being

Let’s Talk 

Drop by and informally speak with a counselor through our Let’s Talk program! Let’s Talk is designed for students to ask questions about available services, meet our clinicians, or ask about how to help a friend who might be in need. 

Cookies and Coloring

Join our counselors and other students for an afternoon of adult coloring and complimentary cookies! Small activities like this are a great way to make connections, destress, and support your overall well-being!


Coming Up on GivePulse

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 crowd flow and emergency procedures. Usher roles will be decided as a team at the beginning of the volunteer shift.

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 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. They need ushers/ticket takers.

Student Scoop – November 1, 2023

AISES presents: BAASHKAAKODIN-GIIZIS Freezing Moon Traditional Powwow


Cast Your Vote for the Spring Involvement Fair Theme!

As the season changes and springtime approaches, so does one of the most anticipated events on campus – the Spring Involvement Fair! This year, we want YOU to help us decide on the theme that will set the stage for a memorable and engaging fair.

The Spring Involvement Fair is a vibrant and exciting event where students, clubs, and organizations come together to showcase their passions, talents, and causes. It’s a fantastic opportunity to discover new interests, make new friends, and get involved in your campus community.

But before we dive into the fair’s preparations, we need your input. We’ve come up with several theme options that will add an extra layer of fun and excitement to the event.

Here’s your chance to influence the ambiance, activities, and overall experience of the fair. The theme sets the tone, and we can’t wait to see which one resonates most with our campus community.

VOTE NOW!


Fraternity Sorority Life Award Nominations Open

It’s that time of the year again! The much-awaited Fraternity and Sorority Life Award Nominations for outstanding chapters and individuals have officially opened! This is your chance to honor the exceptional contributions and remarkable achievements within the Greek community.

Whether it’s an entire chapter that has demonstrated unwavering commitment to philanthropy, leadership, and academic excellence, or an individual member who has gone above and beyond to make a positive impact, now is the time to give them the recognition they truly deserve.

All nomination forms are located here!


LeaderShape – Apply Today!

At Michigan Tech, we are dedicated to inspiring the leadership needed for all individuals to boldly push everyday boundaries while serving others. For nearly 30 years, we have hosted the LeaderShape® Institute as a way to do just that. Do you want to develop your leadership skills and learn to lead boldly? If so, you are invited to apply to LeaderShape Institute which will be held January 3-6, 2024, at the Ford Center in Alberta, MI just prior to the start of the Spring Semester.

LeaderShape Institute is a four-day retreat that provides participants the opportunity for self-discovery in a community of peers. The Institute helps individuals identify their values and develop a vision for something they care about through self-assessment, intensive small-group discussions, team-building challenges, and more. By leading with passion, integrity, and a healthy disregard for the impossible, participants explore who they are and the impact that they want to have on communities working towards a more caring, just, and equitable society.

We know leaders don’t need to hold a position or a title to impact their community. No matter who you are, how you are involved on campus, or what your future goals are – this program could benefit you. But don’t take our word for it, hear what some of our past participants have to say on our LeaderShape webpage.

The application is available online now through November 5, 2023. Thanks to donations (equivalent to $750 per student), the participation fee for the Institute is only $100 per participant. Additional sponsorship may be available for even that individual fee from other University groups, so don’t let that stop you from applying! Our office will work with you to find additional support as needed.

Have questions or need more information? Contact SLI at activities@mtu.edu.


HuskyLEAD: Navigating Leadership Through Personality Styles

Are you ready to unlock the secrets behind effective leadership? Join us for an immersive and enlightening workshop on “Navigating Leadership Through Personality Styles.” This event is designed to equip individuals at every level of leadership with the insights and skills necessary to harness the power of personality diversity and drive impactful change. Through assessment and discussion, you will learn more about your own personality and how to work effectively with others.

We hope to see you on Tuesday, November 7th at 6:00 PM in MUB Alumni Lounge A&B!

Pizza and soda will be provided.


Experience Innovation Trip to Detroit – Husky Innovate

Michigan Tech students are invited to an immersive innovation experience in Detroit this November 19-22, in which they will tour and meet with representatives at Ford Motor Company’s mobility innovation district – Michigan Central, Michigan Founders Fund – led by DUO Security co-founder Dug Song, Dow Ventures, and a collection of startup companies that you may not have heard of yet, but are on their way to becoming household names.  

Understanding what fuels innovation is best understood by experiencing it firsthand – learn more or sign up today!  Get a window into the regional innovation and entrepreneurship community (I&E), have a chance to ask your questions firsthand, and learn what drives entrepreneurship. Interested but have questions?  Email huskyinnovate@mtu.edu.


Film Board

This Week Film Board (In association with 41 North Film Festival) Presents:

Asteroid City 

Following a writer on his world famous fictional play about a grieving father who travels with his tech-obsessed family to small rural Asteroid City to compete in a junior stargazing event, only to have his world view disrupted forever.

Asteroid City is rated PG-13

Thursday (11/2) 9:15pm

Friday (11/3) 5:30 10:30pm

Saturday (11/4) 5:30 8:00pm

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.


Young Americans for Freedom present

Young Americans for Freedom at Michigan Tech Invites you to participate in their first-ever Military Care Package Drive. The drive will run from October 30th – November 13th. It will send care packages containing food, hygiene products, and entertainment items, as well as handmade letters and artwork, to deployed service members. We aim to bring hope, joy, and the comforts of home to deployed troops throughout the holiday season. The following are ways you can contribute:

  1. Donate items from our list and hand write letters or make artwork. Drop off at:
    1. Matt’s Auto Body and Glass – Oct. 30th – Nov. 13th – 47170 Hwy M-26, Atlantic Mine, MI 49905
    2. Van Pelt and Opie Library – Nov. 6th – Nov. 13th – Michigan Tech, 1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton, MI 49931-1295
  2. Donate to our Liberty and Freedom Fund at Michigan Tech. Money raised will support shipping costs and purchasing additional goods.
  3. Purchase Items from our Amazon Wish List.
  4. Share the address of your deployed family member or friend to our ShipThrifty account so we can send them a package. 
  5. Follow our Instagram and Facebook for updates.
  6. Get your business involved by donating money, a product you sell, or letters from your employees. Donors will be recognized in a recap email to the community. 

If you are interested in working with us to help support our troops, please contact us at amleagje@mtu.edu for additional information or with questions. We would love to share more information with you, and meet either virtually or in-person. 

Thank you for your support, and let’s make this drive a success together, supporting those who risk their lives for our freedom, and thanking them for their service. 


HuskiesFit Programs

HuskiesFit Programs is proud to announce the addition of the following classes to our lineup!

  • Ballet Barre –  Experience the rejuvenating world of barre, a fusion of the grace of ballet and the fun energy of cardio fitness.
  • Belly Dance –  Arabic and international music and dance moves combine to create a fun fitness routine that offers a great cardiovascular workout.
  • Foam Roll Restorative Yoga –  Great for athletes and people with tight sore muscles from their job, etc.!
  • Power Vinyasa Flow Yoga –  Power flow linked with breath at a faster pace than traditional vinyasa.
  • Sunrise Flow Yoga –  Having your breath paired with poses, let go of stress as you stay in the moment finding strength, balance, and flexibility.

The above classes are free to SDC access holders (minimum 1 month) and included in the HuskiesFit Ultimate Punch Card. Day passes are also available for $10.

An additional session of Get Your Erg On! has also been added and is open for registration now!

For more information, visit individual class pages.


Just Dance with Phi Delta Chi

Join Phi Delta Chi tomorrow, November 2nd from 7-8 pm in the DHH Ballroom for just dance! Bring your phone for point tracking, all women and nonbinary people are welcome!! 

Hope to see you there, contact Josie Kalepp at 920.574.5386 with any questions 🙂


Rozsa Center for Performing Arts

Rozsa Spotlight

Anatomy of Gray Presented by Michigan Tech Theatre

7:30 p.m. November 14-17, 2023

At the McArdle Theatre

When her father dies, a girl from the small Indiana town of Gray prays for a healer so that no one will ever suffer again. The next thing she knows, a man claiming to be a doctor blows into town in a hot air balloon. But can this “doctor” keep illness at bay? Michigan Tech Theatre invites you on an extraordinary journey through the murky waters of love, loss, and healing in the 19th century with Anatomy of Gray, written by Jim Leonard Jr. and directed by Patricia Helsel.

Learn More | Reserve Free Tickets

SOLD OUT: Charlie Berens Good Old Fashioned Tour Presented by The Rozsa

7:30 & 10 p.m. November 10, 2023

At the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts

For the first time in the Keweenaw, comedian, Emmy winning journalist, New York Times bestselling author, and host of the Manitowoc Minute – CHARLIE BERENS!

All available student rush tickets for this event have been reserved.

Learn More | Student Rush: SOLD OUT

Closing Week!

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.

Learn More

How to Get Free Tickets


MUB Board presents

Casino Night

Test your skills, or luck, at Miami Casino Night! Come dressed up and play various classic casino night games! Snacks and beverages will be provided!

Poetry Slam

Join us for MUB’s first-ever Poetry Slam! Submit pieces by scanning the QR code or come to listen to some creative poetry! 

Craft Fair

Partnering with CDI and Tiny Knitz, we will be hosting a craft fair. Come join us, crafts will include pet rocks, pom poms, friendship bracelets, and so much more!

Taste of Fall

Eventbrite Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taste-of-fall-tickets-731299555657?aff=oddtdtcreator

Join us to celebrate the end of fall for an evening of tasty fall beverages and food! Students must be 21 to purchase tickets and IDs will be checked at the event


Consumer Product Manufacturing Enterprise


Students For Life – March for Life


Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being

Board Game Group

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 Annex! 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 counseling@mtu.edu

for more information. 

Husky Hour – Healthy Relationships with Alcohol and Marijuana

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 upcoming theme of Healthy Relationships with Alcohol and Marijuana. In the meantime, you can also check out our e-CHECKUP TO GO resources that cover substance use assessment. 

Cookies and Coloring

Join our counselors and other students for an afternoon of adult coloring and complimentary cookies! Small activities like this are a great way to make connections, destress, and support your overall well-being!


Get Ready for “ISA Diwali Night 2023- Festival of Lights”!

ISA is delighted to extend an invitation to all for Diwali Night 2023, a festive celebration of the Festival of Lights.

Event details:

Date: November 11, 2023 (Saturday)

Food: 5:00-7:00 PM (MUB Ballroom)- Ticket Required

Art and Culture: Mehndi session: 5-7:00 PM (MUB Ballroom)

Cultural Performances: 7:30- 9 PM (Rozsa Center)- No Ticket Required

Spectacular Drone Show: 9:05- 9:25 PM (Rozsa Parking Lot 8)- No Ticket Required

Open dance floor (Indian DJ Night): 9:45-11:45 PM (MUB Ballroom)- No Ticket Required
Our Diwali Night celebration promises an unforgettable evening filled with culture, traditions, and festivities.For more details, visit: https://www.involvement.mtu.edu/event/9534904


Intramurals


Coming Up on GivePulse

Support the 41N Film Festival!

As a Volunteer Usher, you play a critical role in creating a joyful experience at arts events. With Rozsa and 41N leadership, 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 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 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. They need ushers/ticket takers.

Student Scoop – October 18, 2023

Registration closes on Sunday!

Make a Difference Day is coming up on Saturday, October 28th, and we want YOU to be involved in our largest annual day of service! Some of the wonderful organizations you may be working with include the Copper Country Humane Society, Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter Home, Keweenaw Land Trust, and Copper Country Habitat for Humanity. Many of our volunteers are also assigned to support our local community members. Volunteering projects vary based on community needs, but you may find yourself raking, cleaning, organizing, painting, or weeding.

Interested in volunteering for this important event? Register today on GivePulse, our community service website. If you would like to register to volunteer with other members of a group, please enter the group name when signing up. Each member of your organization/group must register individually for Make a Difference Day. The final deadline to register is Sunday, October 22 at 11:59 PM.

Check-in for volunteers will be held in the MUB Commons from 8:30-9:00 AM, where information will be distributed before groups travel to their service locations. Some locations may require your group to drive.

Want to learn more about the event? Check out our website! We can’t wait to see how much of a difference we can make this year!


Winter Carnival Royalty Coronation 2024

Do you want to represent your organization during Winter Carnival by competing in the Royalty Competition? Applications for the 2024 Coronation open at 8am on Friday, Oct 20th! 

Applications are due at 5pm on Friday, Nov 3rd along with headshots and a $20 sponsorship fee from the sponsoring organization. 

(Checks can be made out to Blue Key and dropped off in the MUB 106 office, all the way in the back).


Important Broomball Information

Broomball is hiring!

We are hiring Cocoa Shack, Rink Staff, and Referee staff. Applications are open until October 31, 2023!

Captains Meeting

Captains Meeting on October 24 and 25 from 6pm-8pm. It’s in EERC 103. Only one person from each Broomball team needs to come to one of the sessions. They do not need to attend both. 


The 1926 Wreck of the City of Bangor

The Michigan Tech Friends of the Library will host its annual meeting on Monday, October 23 from 4–6 pm in the east reading room of the Michigan Tech library.

Mark Rowe (Keweenaw County Historical Society) will give an illustrated talk on “The Wreck of the City of Bangor.” The ship became trapped in the ice in 1926 with a load of new cars on board, and heroic efforts were made to drive the cars over the ice to Copper Harbor to save them (the ship was eventually scrapped). Halloween-themed refreshments will be served. Come take a break from studying and hear about a fascinating story of our local area.


Safehouse Activities Registration

As SafeHouse is just around the corner, we’re looking for a few student organizations to provide some fun additions for the afternoon! SafeHouse will take place on October 28 from 5:00PM-7:00PM. Safehouse is an event in which we invite local kids to trick-or-treat on campus. Student organizations and residence halls provide candy and activities for kids to participate in across campus. It’s always a ton of fun!

Any and all student organizations are welcome to set up a kid-friendly display/activity. We will provide 2 bags of candy, and a $75 stipend to help with any costs for whatever activities you can come up with. If you and your organization are interested in participating, please fill out the Google form linked below. Also linked below is a list of ideas for possible activities you can host if you can’t think of anything. We hope to see you at Safehouse and if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out!

Safehouse registration

Safehouse activity ideas


National Conflict Resolution Day

Thursday (Oct. 19) is National Conflict Resolution Day, a global event conceived in 2005 by the Association for Conflict Resolution to:

  • Promote awareness of mediation, arbitration, conciliation and other creative, peaceful means of resolving conflict.
  • Promote the use of conflict resolution in schools, families, businesses, communities, governments and the legal system.
  • Recognize the significant contributions of (peaceful) conflict resolvers.
  • Obtain national synergy by having celebrations happen across the country and around the world on the same day.

The third Thursday of October has become a time to promote and celebrate peaceful conflict resolution practices worldwide. Dedicated dispute resolution practitioners are helping to educate the public about mediation and other innovative conflict management processes.

Michigan Tech’s Conflict Resolution Network is working to raise awareness of the importance of mediation and conflict resolution. The network has a number of faculty and staff who are trained as mediators and/or facilitators to assist individuals with resolving interpersonal conflicts.

For more information, check out the Conflict Resolution Network at Michigan Tech.


One More Week to WIBIT Wednesday

That’s right! Just one more week till WIBIT Wednesday!

MTU Students, SDC Access Pass Holders (minimum 1-month) and WIBIT Wednesday Pass holders, come make a splash with our inflatable pool obstacle course called the WIBIT!

Events will be held this fall for current MTU Students and SDC Access Pass Holders (minimum 1-month).
Test your individual skills on the course or challenge your friend to a race across the obstacles.
The course is set up in the deep water and requires users to be able to pass our swim test.
See the WIBIT rules and swim test content below for more information. 

There are many different pieces of the WIBIT and each event will have a featured combination.
Potential featured pieces include:

  • ”The Step” – This piece allows users to climb up onto the course.
  • ”The Base” – Users must make their way across a horizontal surface. Be careful how fast you move as it can get slippery!
  • ”The Cliff” – Users must navigate either side of a slope using the handles and their balancing skills.
  • ”V-Connect” – Users must use limited footing space to navigate across the horizontal structure.
  • ”The Bridge” – Users must navigate up and over an arched structure without falling through.
  • ”The Slope” – Users must climb up a 6 foot wall that leads to a slide into the pool water below!

Dates/Times:

Wednesday, October 25, 5:00-8:00pm
Wednesday, November 29, 5:00-8:00pmFeatured Combinations:

10/25/23: Step/Bridge/V-Connect/Slope
11/29/23: Step/Bridge/Cliff/Slope

Come visit us at the pool to try out your skills! For more information, visit WIBIT!


MUB Board presents

Drive-In Movie

A great way to start off Fall Break, join us for a movie on Walker Lawn! Cars will be parked in the CDI parking lot to set up for the movie, and popcorn will be provided! The movie shown will be Spaceballs.

Date: Thursday 10/19

Time: Starts 9 pm

Location: Walker Lawn and CDI Parking Lot (Rain Location: Fisher 135)

Pumpkin Carving

Get ready for the spooky season with some pumpkin carving! Pumpkins and tools will be provided, but if you have your own carving tools it is highly encouraged to bring them. There will be snacks and drinks available as well so join with a friend and participate in this hollow tradition! While supplies last!

Date: Tuesday 10/24

Time: 6 – 8 pm

Location:  MUB Commons

Spooky Euchre Night

Join for a casual night of euchre fun, come learn more about what MUB Board does over a game of cards!

Date: Friday 10/27

Time: 7 – 9 pm

Location: Wads Annex, G11W


Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being

P.A.W.S

Our center is launching a newly adopted program called “P.A.W.S.” (Peer Awareness for Well-being and Support). Students who are passionate about mental health awareness on campus are invited to learn more about this program! Please visit our information table in the Van Pelt library during October 23 through 27th or email paws@mtu.edu for more information. We hope to see you there!

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! 

DEA Drug Takeback 

If you have prescription medications that require disposal in the form of solid pills, please consider participating in the national DEA Drug Takeback day! The DEA Drug Takeback will be on October 28th and will take place during MTU Public Safety’s regular operating hours. 


Coming Up on GivePulse

Support the Rozsa Center!

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 a Residence Hall Tradition!

SafeHouse is a residence hall based event held at Michigan Tech every October that strives to bring community members and residence hall students together for a day of Halloween fun. Houses sign up to pass out candy and create an activity for the kids. The children and the volunteers are both encouraged to wear costumes. 

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 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. They need ushers/ticket takers.

Student Scoop – October 11, 2023

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!


HuskyLEAD presents: Inclusion Takes Action

True inclusion has never been more critical!

In today’s rapidly evolving world, the call for true inclusion has never been more critical. However, the gap between intention and action can often hinder progress. This workshop aims to bridge that gap by providing you with the tools, strategies, and insights needed to transform your commitment to inclusion into practical, sustainable change.


Homecoming Winning Team Prizes Last Call

Last Call for Winning Homecoming Teams! If you won a competition during Homecoming Week and haven’t received a Homecoming travel mug, please stop in our office, MUB112 to claim it.


Alternative Spring Break Applications Open Now!

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is an experiential learning opportunity that promotes service-learning and community building. Students participate in education, direct service, and reflection in order to become life-long active citizens.

ASB through Student Leadership and Involvement is open to any student in good academic and conduct standing at the University. You do not need previous experience in service or on campus to participate. Each trip seeks to have students from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences.

This year’s Domestic ASB trip will be to St. Joe, Florida. It will be focused on hurricane repair and shoreline cleanup. The group will work alongside several local parks, including TH Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park and the Rish Recreation Area.

In collaboration with the Community Collaborations International, this year’s International ASB trip will travel to San Juan, Puerto Rico to work with community organizers on issues such as home repair, forest recovery, and youth development.

There is a nominal fee for participating in an Alternative Spring Break trip. The cost includes transportation throughout the trip, lodging on site, meals on-site, and service project coordination. The costs per trip, which are subsidized by the Student Activity Fee, are:

  • St. Joe, Florida – $400
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico – $1200

Applications are open until November 12th. Apply Now!


Registration is open for Make A Difference Day 2023!

Make a Difference Day is coming up on Saturday, October 28th, and we want YOU to be involved in our largest annual day of service! Some of the wonderful organizations you may be working with include the Copper Country Humane Society, Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter Home, Keweenaw Land Trust, and Copper Country Habitat for Humanity. Many of our volunteers are also assigned to support our local community members. Volunteering projects vary based on community needs, but you may find yourself raking, cleaning, organizing, painting, or weeding.

Interested in volunteering for this important event? Register today on GivePulse, our community service website. If you would like to register to volunteer with other members of a group, please enter the group name when signing up. Each member of your organization/group must register individually for Make a Difference Day. The final deadline to register is Sunday, October 22 at 11:59 PM.

Check-in for volunteers will be held in the MUB Commons from 8:30-9:00 AM, where information will be distributed before groups travel to their service locations. Some locations may require your group to drive.

Want to learn more about the event? Check out our website! We can’t wait to see how much of a difference we can make this year!


LeaderShape Institute 2024 Applications Open Now!

The Michigan Tech LeaderShape® Institute has continued to evolve and has been training leaders from our campus since 1996.

The 2024 LeaderShape® Institute will take place January 3-6 (at the end of winter break) at the Ford Center in Alberta, MI.

There is a minimal cost of $100 for participants to attend the Institute, however, that cost is often sponsored by campus departments and organizations. Transportation to and from the Institute, meals, and lodging are provided.

Participants must be available and are expected to stay for the entire length of the Institute. Applications for the 2024 Institute® are now open!

Learn more and apply now!


Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

On Wednesday, October 25th, Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® will return to Michigan Tech. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® is the International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence. Students will have the opportunity to walk in women’s high-heeled shoes to actively confront gender stereotypes and expectations. This event will be an opportunity to raise awareness and support for the Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter, a safe place in the Houghton Community for survivors of domestic violence and their children. 

Join us to support the Shelter and raise awareness on October 25th @ 1 PM outside of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion. You can support in many ways including: walking to support the cause, giving monetary or supply donations, or just stopping by to learn more!

Volunteers are also needed for this event. If you would like to volunteer, please complete the Volunteer sign up.


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.


Final Reminder: MSGC Applications Due

Proposals for funding through the Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC) are due soon:

  • Wednesday, October 18, 2023 by noon — Internal deadline for pre-college education, public outreach, teacher training, and research seed grant proposals
  • Wednesday, November 8, 2023 by noon — Internal deadline for undergraduate and graduate fellowship proposals
  • Wednesday, November 15, 2023 by 5 p.m. — Final materials, after review and approval by SPO, must be uploaded to MSGC by the applicant

Proposals exceeding stated page limits or submitted without prior review by Michigan Tech will not be considered for funding. Women, underrepresented minorities and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply to all MSGC funding opportunities. Only U.S. citizens are eligible to apply for fellowship grants.

NEW for 2023! All proposals must be processed internally through Cayuse. For instructions detailing proposal submission procedures and requirements, visit http://www.mtu.edu/honors/research/msgc. For more information, contact Mia Kemppainen in the Graduate School at miaw@mtu.edu or call 487-2326.


Teke Your Hair Off Fundraiser

Help the brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon fundraise money to help offset the cost of a member’s hospital bills while he is in recovery!

Starting October 9th and going through October 13th, for every $500 that is raised, one member will volunteer to shave their head to further promote the fundraiser!

“Teke Your Hair Off” is only until THIS FRIDAY, so make sure to scan the QR code below to watch members of our Chapter shave their heads to show support to a brother in need!


Join the Sustainability Fest Tonight!

Join MTU’s sustainability community at the Sustainability Fest tonight, October 11th from 5:30-7 p.m. in the DHH Ballroom. Sustainability organizations and enterprises will be hosting activities and games. Additionally, the night will include food, music, and giveaways! Husky Eats will be present to help you learn to pickle vegetables and eggs with a Learning Kitchen session! 


Fall Session 2 Programming

At Gates Tennis Center our Fall Session 2 Programming for Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced (by instructor approval only) Adult Huskies Group Tennis Lessons registration is coming soon! This is for anyone ages 17 and up who are looking to improve their tennis games, for all different levels.

Weekday and Saturday Youth Huskies Group Tennis Lessons Session 2 registration is also almost here, join by age group and level for some fun on the tennis courts!

Keep checking back for more updates on registration, and visit our webpages for more information:

Adult Huskies Group Tennis Lessons

Youth Huskies Group Tennis Lessons

See you at Gates!!


Learn more about the Peace Corps!


Film Board Presents

John Wick: Chapter 4

John Wick uncovers a path to defeating The High Table. But before he can earn his freedom, Wick must face off against a new enemy with powerful alliances across the globe and forces that turn old friends into foes.

John Wick: Chapter 4 is rated R

Friday (10/13) 5:30, 8:30, 11:30

Saturday (10/14) 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.


Dog Walking with Phi Delta Chi

Come to the CCHS this Saturday, October 14th, to walk dogs with Phi Delta Chi! 


Waterski & Wakeboard Club is looking for an Advisor

The Waterski & Wakeboard Club is working toward registering as an official student organization. We currently have 25 hardworking, dedicated students ready to represent MTU in the competitive water skiing world who are full of ideas for community and student involvement.

We have our Constitution, Risk Management Plan, Student Organization Request Form, Waiver, and Budget already finished. – All we need is an advisor.

If you are a full-time faculty or staff member or know of one who enjoys any kind of watersports, please contact us with any questions you might have or to express an interest in being our advisor. We appreciate your support

Contact Trent Verboncouer (taverbon@mtu.edu) or Austin Jordan (aujordan@mtu.edu).


Rozsa Center for Performing Arts presents

TONIGHT! New Beginnings Presented by Michigan Tech Music

October 11, 2023

At the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts

Joel Neves leads the Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra, Superior Wind Symphony, and Pep Band for the 2023-2024 concert season. For his inaugural Superior Wind Symphony concert, the band performs some of the very best music for wind ensemble, including a tribute to Mike Christianson, outgoing (and beloved) director of the MTU band program for the past 11 years.

Learn More | Reserve Free Tickets

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

Steampunk graphic novel. Crime-fighting computer scientists. Boston opera company. Houghton-raised composer. Get ready for 75 minutes of hilariously epic adventures.

Learn More | Reserve Free Tickets

Overtures! Presented by Michigan Tech Music

October 14, 2023

At the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts

The Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra presents a concert of overtures: short one-movement orchestral works that tell a dramatic story. Highlights include Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Candide Overture, Prelude to Lohengrin, and Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet.

Learn More | Reserve Free Tickets

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.

Learn More

How to Get Free Tickets


Psst! There are still free student tickets available for both
Charlie Berens shows!

Email rozsa@mtu.edu 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)

Please note, the Box Office will be closed during Fall Break!


WIBIT Wednesday

MTU Students, SDC Access Pass Holders (minimum 1-month) and WIBIT Wednesday Pass holders, come make a splash with our inflatable pool obstacle course called the WIBIT!

Events will be held this fall for current MTU Students and SDC Access Pass Holders (minimum 1-month).
Test your individual skills on the course or challenge your friend to a race across the obstacles.
The course is set up in the deep water and requires users to be able to pass our swim test.
See the WIBIT rules and swim test content below for more information. 

There are many different pieces of the WIBIT and each event will have a featured combination.
Potential featured pieces include:

  • ”The Step” – This piece allows users to climb up onto the course.
  • ”The Base” – Users must make their way across a horizontal surface. Be careful how fast you move as it can get slippery!
  • ”The Cliff” – Users must navigate either side of a slope using the handles and their balancing skills.
  • ”V-Connect” – Users must use limited footing space to navigate across the horizontal structure.
  • ”The Bridge” – Users must navigate up and over an arched structure without falling through.
  • ”The Slope” – Users must climb up a 6 foot wall that leads to a slide into the pool water below!

Dates/Times:

Wednesday, October 25, 5:00-8:00pm
Wednesday, November 29, 5:00-8:00pm

Featured Combinations:

10/25/23: Step/Bridge/V-Connect/Slope
11/29/23: Step/Bridge/Cliff/Slope

Come visit us at the pool to try out your skills! For more information, visit WIBIT!


6th Annual Husky Autumn Mountain Run

The Arctic Ranger Club at MTU welcomes you to the 6th Annual Husky Autumn Mountain Run on Saturday, October 14th!

We are excited to have you as a part of this event as we raise money for the Copper Country Humane Society and the Arctic Ranger Club!

Packet pick up ist at 7:45 am. The 10k begins at 9:00 am and the 5k begins at 9:15 am.

For more information, follow the QR code or visit at hamr.ss.mtu.edu!


Theatre Student Org Interest Meeting

Do you enjoy theater? Whether it be acting, directing, or just wanting to learn more about it, join us for an interest meeting for the Tech Theatre Club. We are hoping to start this new org to get more theater on campus. If you are interested, please join us on Tuesday, October 17th in Walker 210. We hope to see you there!


Save the Dates: The 41 North Film Festival 

The 41 North Film Festival returns to the Rozsa, November 2-5, with a line up of over 20 films, special guests, music, and more. The festival is free with something for everyone. Among the many excellent films screening during the weekend is The Elephant 6 Recording Co., a documentary about the music collective that gave rise to such groups as Neutral Milk Hotel and The Apples in Stereo. Featured in the film is math professor Robert Schneider, who was a founding member of the collective. Following the film there will be a reception and music by the band Liquid Mike.

Find out more about the many inspirational, thought-provoking, and entertaining offerings this year on the festival website. If you’re interested in volunteering, please contact Allison Neely.


College Democrats Club at MTU

Looking to help create a College Democrat Club at Michigan Tech?

I am a student here at NMU and President of the College Democrats here. I understand that there are various political groups up there, but there isn’t a Democratic group up there. And I wish to open the door for campus political life to become more diverse and rich. I want to create a true political representation of college students all over the Upper Peninsula. I am the only Democratic club in the Upper Peninsula currently. If there is at least one person who is willing to take the helm and steer the ship so to speak I think we could do good things for all.

If you are interested in starting a College Democrat Club at MTU, please email Alec LaPlante at allapan@nmu.edu.


Intramurals


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 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. They need ushers/ticket takers.


Thank you for reading the Student Scoop!

We have a limited amount of Homecoming 2023 T-shirts. Feel free to stop in our office, MUB112, to collect one while supplies last.

Student Scoop – October 25, 2023

AISES presents: BAASHKAAKODIN-GIIZIS Freezing Moon Traditional Powwow


Alternative Spring Break Applications Open Now!

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is an experiential learning opportunity that promotes service-learning and community building. Students participate in education, direct service, and reflection in order to become life-long active citizens.

ASB through Student Leadership and Involvement is open to any student in good academic and conduct standing at the University. You do not need previous experience in service or on campus to participate. Each trip seeks to have students from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences.

This year’s Domestic ASB trip will be to St. Joe, Florida. It will be focused on hurricane repair and shoreline cleanup. The group will work alongside several local parks, including TH Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park and the Rish Recreation Area.

In collaboration with the Community Collaborations International, this year’s International ASB trip will travel to San Juan, Puerto Rico to work with community organizers on issues such as home repair, forest recovery, and youth development.

There is a nominal fee for participating in an Alternative Spring Break trip. The cost includes transportation throughout the trip, lodging on site, meals on-site, and service project coordination. The costs per trip, which are subsidized by the Student Activity Fee, are:

  • St. Joe, Florida – $400
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico – $1200

Applications are open until November 12th. Apply Now!


LeaderShape Institute 2024 Applications Open Now!

The Michigan Tech LeaderShape® Institute has continued to evolve and has been training leaders from our campus since 1996.

The 2024 LeaderShape® Institute will take place January 3-6 (at the end of winter break) at the Ford Center in Alberta, MI.

There is a minimal cost of $100 for participants to attend the Institute, however, that cost is often sponsored by campus departments and organizations. Transportation to and from the Institute, meals, and lodging are provided.

Participants must be available and are expected to stay for the entire length of the Institute. Applications for the 2024 Institute® are now open!

Learn more and apply now!


G.R.I.T Workshop

G.R.I.T. is an interactive, half-day leadership workshop designed to help you develop in the areas of motivation, perseverance, habit formation, and goal setting. Through a variety of activities, each individual will come to understand more about themselves and how they can achieve individual success. The skills learned can aid students in working towards any aspiration – from leading their student organization to increasing their GPA to running a marathon. Come join your peers as together we gain resilience and inspire tenacity!

G.R.I.T. is held once a semester. The fall session will be held on Saturday, November 4th, 2023, from 9:00 AM-12:30 PM. Limited space is available as every participant will receive free program materials, snacks, and a gift.

Please RSVP here by October 30th!


Safehouse

As SafeHouse is just around the corner, we’re looking for a few student organizations to provide some fun additions for the afternoon! SafeHouse will take place on October 28 from 5:00PM-7:00PM. Safehouse is an event in which we invite local kids to trick-or-treat on campus. Student organizations and residence halls provide candy and activities for kids to participate in across campus. It’s always a ton of fun!

Any and all student organizations are welcome to set up a kid-friendly display/activity. We will provide 2 bags of candy, and a $75 stipend to help with any costs for whatever activities you can come up with. If you and your organization are interested in participating, please fill out the Google form linked below. Also linked below is a list of ideas for possible activities you can host if you can’t think of anything. We hope to see you at Safehouse and if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out!

Safehouse registration

Safehouse activity ideas


Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

On Wednesday, October 25th, Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® will return to Michigan Tech. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® is the International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence. Students will have the opportunity to walk in women’s high-heeled shoes to actively confront gender stereotypes and expectations. This event will be an opportunity to raise awareness and support for the Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter, a safe place in the Houghton Community for survivors of domestic violence and their children. 

Join us to support the Shelter and raise awareness on October 25th @ 1 PM outside of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion. You can support in many ways including: walking to support the cause, giving monetary or supply donations, or just stopping by to learn more!

Volunteers are also needed for this event. If you would like to volunteer, please complete the Volunteer sign up.


College Democrats Club at MTU

Looking to help create a College Democrat Club at Michigan Tech?

I am a student here at NMU and President of the College Democrats here. I understand that there are various political groups up there, but there isn’t a Democratic group up there. And I wish to open the door for campus political life to become more diverse and rich. I want to create a true political representation of college students all over the Upper Peninsula. I am the only Democratic club in the Upper Peninsula currently. If there is at least one person who is willing to take the helm and steer the ship so to speak I think we could do good things for all.

If you are interested in starting a College Democrat Club at MTU, please email Alec LaPlante at allapan@nmu.edu.


Winter Carnival Royalty Coronation 2024

Do you want to represent your organization during Winter Carnival by competing in the Royalty Competition? Applications for the 2024 Coronation open at 8am on Friday, Oct 20th! 

Applications are due at 5pm on Friday, Nov 3rd along with headshots and a $20 sponsorship fee from the sponsoring organization. 

(Checks can be made out to Blue Key and dropped off in the MUB 106 office, all the way in the back).


2023 Halloween Enduro

Join the Copper Country Cycling Club (C4) for the 2023 Halloween Enduro, a casual mountain bike race on some of our favorite trails at the Tech Trails. We welcome all to come and race, whether it is your first mountain bike race or your tenth.

What?: A 4-stage mountain bike race on the Tech Trails. 

Where?: Michigan Tech Trails Main Trailhead

When?: Saturday, October 28th, at 11 am (add to Google Calendar)

How much?: $10; sign up here!

Stages (in order):

1.     Sure Wood to Don’t Think

2.     Just Mite to Outer Limits

3.     Twilight south side – down your favorite up trail

4.     Twilight north side – to add some more technical riding to the mix

All are welcome! We invite students and community members to come out and enjoy the race!

PRIZES:

Thanks to a few of our wonderful sponsors Cross Country Sports, Rhythm, Station Street Discs, and Downwind Sports, we have mountain bike and outdoor-related prizes to give away!

·       Best costume: Prizes for the racer who shows up in the best Halloween costume. Don’t worry, you don’t need to dress up, but you might be missing out on some prizes…

·       For the fastest riders: The top 3 fastest riders in Men’s and Women’s get their own prizes.

·       Raffle: We’ll also be raffling away some of our items; get a chance to win some cool stuff!


Film Board presents

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

A newly-engaged couple have a breakdown in an isolated area and must seek shelter at the bizarre residence of Dr. Frank-n-Furter.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show is rated R

Friday (10/27) 9pm

Saturday (10/28) 9pm

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.


Rotaract Club Meeting


Rozsa Center for Performing Arts presents

UPDATE: Both Charlie Berens shows are sold out!

Backstage Jazz: Music from Television, Movies and Video Games Presented by Michigan Tech Music

7:30 p.m. October 27-28, 2023

At the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts

Head backstage for a rad evening of jazz covers of your favorite music from tv, movies, and video games.

The Friday night performance will feature the R&D Big Band along with the Workshop Brass Band and the Video Game Jazz Ensemble.

The Saturday night concert will feature Tech’s premier Jazz ensemble, The Jazz Lab Band, along with the New Orleans stylings of the Workshop Brass Band.

Music from movies like Austin Powers and Spiderman, TV shows like Sanford and Sons and Family Guy, Anime shows like Cowboy Bebop, and many of your favorite video games! Enjoy a multi-media experience featuring clips of the movies and shows from which the music came. 

Learn More | Reserve Free Tickets

Haunted Smelter

7-10 p.m. October 26-28, 2023

At the Quincy Smelter

Join us this Halloween season at the Quincy Smelter for a haunted experience that you won’t forget! All proceeds from this spooky fun support the Quincy Mine Hoist Association.

Learn More | $10 Adult, $5 Youth 12 and under

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.

Learn More

How to Get Free Tickets


Puzzle Day with USG


SBG Review Starting Soon!

Are you in a Registered Student Organization that has a large impact on the student body? Could your organization increase its benefits by having access to additional resources?

If so, you may consider applying for Special Budgetary Group Status. SBGs are not subject to the same budget restrictions as RSOs and are assigned an active advisor. This process includes submission of application materials and a 30-minute hearing with the SBG Review
Committee. If you are interested in applying for SBG status or would like more information, please contact usg-secretary@mtu.edu.


Experience Innovation Trip to Detroit – Husky Innovate

Michigan Tech students are invited to an immersive innovation experience in Detroit this November 19-22, in which they will tour and meet with representatives at Ford Motor Company’s mobility innovation district – Michigan Central, Michigan Founders Fund – led by DUO Security co-founder Dug Song, Dow Ventures, and a collection of startup companies that you may not have heard of yet, but are on their way to becoming household names.  

Understanding what fuels innovation is best understood by experiencing it firsthand – learn more or sign up today!  Get a window into the regional innovation and entrepreneurship community (I&E), have a chance to ask your questions firsthand, and learn what drives entrepreneurship. Interested but have questions?  EMail huskyinnovate@mtu.edu.


Society of Medical Laboratory Scientists Halloween Bake Sale


Sustainability Demonstration House Applications Open

Apply to live at the Sustainability Demonstration House! The application is open NOW to any Michigan Tech student, regardless of credits. The deadline to apply is Monday, November 6, 2023 at noon. A QR code to the application is included in the attached flyer, or you can find it on our website. Please email your applications to sdh@mtu.edu. We encourage you to apply and share this application with anyone who is interested.

If you would like to learn more about the SDH and sustainable practices, we will be hosting an open house on Friday, October 27, 2023 from 6-8pm. Come see our beehive, composting systems, hydroponics, aquaponics, solar panels, zero-waste lifestyle, and more. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to reach out to us at sdh@mtu.edu


Maple Syrup Club Meeting

Are you interested in the creation of Maple Syrup or possibly many other types of syrups like Birch Syrup or possibly Apple Cider Syrup (still being researched)? Well if you are intrigued, you should go to the meeting on Tuesday, November 7th at 8:00 PM in Fisher 0133! We will be going over what types of syrups people are interested in and maybe some cool winter activities. Right now we are thinking about camping in the dead of winter….bring your ideas! Click on the Calendar Invite so you don’t forget 🙂


Consumer Product Manufacturing Enterprise


IEEE-HKN Founders Day

Want to test your ECE knowledge? Join IEEE-HKN for trivia covering basic electrical engineering, computer science, and more at 4 pm in EERC 216 this Wednesday, 10/25! This is to celebrate the founding of the HKN, an IEEE honors society. Contact Madi Augustyniak with any questions: (mlhehir@mtu.edu)


KYCA Fossil Fuel Divestment Info Session

Today at 5:00pm in Fisher 131: Come to learn about Michigan Tech’s investment policies and KYCA’s efforts to get MTU to divest from fossil fuel companies.  Learn what you can do to make Michigan Tech more environmentally friendly and sustainable, as well as how to get involved in climate action.


Three Minute Thesis hosted by GSG

Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is an international competition developed by the University of Queensland Australia. GSG hosts an annual competition every fall, and the winner will present at the regional levels of the competition.

Michigan Tech’s 2023 3MT competition will be held on November 9, 2023. Preliminary rounds will be happening from 10am-1pm in the Great Lakes Research Center Conference Room 202. Finals will be from 6-8 pm in the U J Noblet Forestry Building G002.

Cash prizes: $300-first place, $200-second place, $100- People’s choice award

The presentation schedule will be available one week prior to the event. For more information on the competition, please see  https://gsg.mtu.edu/3mt/

Eligibility: The competition is open to all grad students but the regional competition is only eligible to PhD students with confirmed candidacy.

The registration deadline extended to Monday, Oct 30, 2023
Register Here: https://gsg.mtu.edu/3mt/


Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being

DEA Drug Takeback 

Students will have the opportunity to turn in any old/unused medications to Public Safety on Saturday, October 28th from 10 am – 2 pm for safe disposal. Liquids and used needles or syringes will not be accepted. 

Boardgame Group

oin 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 counseling@mtu.edu

for more information. 

Husky Hour 

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 upcoming theme of healthy drinking and marijuana habits with other student peers! 


African Student Organization

Please Join for our general body meeting which features a presentation on Nijeria, The Giant of Africa!

Name  :  African Students Organization General Body Meeting

Venue :   Fisher 131

Time   :   6:00pm to 8:00pm

Date   :   27 October 2023


Women in Physics Annual Physics Bowl

Join Women in Physics this Friday, October 27th at 5 p.m. in the Fisher Hall as we host our Annual Physics Bowl. The questions will cover basic under-grad physics questions and require teams of two or more. Physics-themed prizes for the winners!

 It is Halloween-themed.  Participants are encouraged to wear their favorite costumes. Prizes for best costume too!

Event Details: Location- Fisher 133, Time- 5 pm, Date- October 27(Friday)

Free Pizza and snacks will be provided!

Please sign up using the QR code on the flyer.

Hope to see you there! 


Coming Up on GivePulse

Support the community!

Volunteer Actors and Tear Down Crew

We are the largest haunted house in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Our volunteer group creates an amazing experience for all ages on a small budget. This fundraiser continues to help provide free open skating and free ice skate rental for all patrons of the L’Anse Meadowbrook Arena. 

Support a Residence Hall Tradition!

SafeHouse is a residence hall based event held at Michigan Tech every October that strives to bring community members and residence hall students together for a day of Halloween fun. Houses sign up to pass out candy and create an activity for the kids. The children and the volunteers are both encouraged to wear costumes. 

Support the 41N Film Festival!

As a Volunteer Usher, you play a critical role in creating a joyful experience at arts events. With Rozsa and 41N leadership, 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 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 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. They need ushers/ticket takers.

Student Scoop – October 4, 2023

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: 

Homecoming Royalty:
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.


Husky Hobbies


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 coppercountrysnowsports@gmail.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.

Policy:

  • 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.

Steps:

  • 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 huskyeats@mtu.edu 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.


Rozsa Spotlight

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.

Learn More

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!

Learn More | Reserve Free Student Tickets

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.”

Learn More | Reserve Free Tickets

Psst! There are still free student tickets available for both Charlie Berens shows!

Email rozsa@mtu.edu 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.


OneTumbler

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

Bubble Soccer

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!

Date: 10/07/2023

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 jkkalepp@mtu.edu 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.

Warm regards,
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 counseling@mtu.edu

for more information. 

Husky Hour 

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. 


Intramurals


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.

Thursday, October 5th: 7-9:30pm

Friday, October 6th: 5-7:30pm, 7-9:30pm

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.

Student Scoop – September 27, 2023

Homecoming 2023

Homecoming is halfway through! Don’t miss out on the rest of the events! Join the Tech Traditions Committee for:

Friday, September 29

  • Cardboard Boats are always worth coming to watch! Friday, September 29 at 4:00 PM at Kestner Waterfront Park.
  • Women’s Soccer takes on Davenport University at 6 PM at Kearly Stadium
  • Fans in the Stands support the Women’s Volleyball Team as they take on Lake Superior State. The Homecoming team with the most spirit will also win points for the team competition. The game starts at 7 PM in the Wood Gym.

Saturday, September 30

Sunday, October 1

  • Women’s Soccer takes on Grand Valley State University at 6 PM at Kearly Stadium. The teams are currently tied for first place in the GLIAC standings

A handful of Homecoming t-shirts are still available! Swap a non-perishable food item, hygiene item, or a cash donation to receive your free shirt during the tailgate! Find the full list of desired donations here. Donations support the Husky Food Pantry and the Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter Home.


Registration is now open for Make A Difference Day 2023!

Make a Difference Day is coming up on Saturday, October 28th, and we want YOU to be involved in our largest annual day of service! Some of the wonderful organizations you may be working with include the Copper Country Humane Society, Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter Home, Keweenaw Land Trust, and Copper Country Habitat for Humanity. Many of our volunteers are also assigned to support our local community members. Volunteering projects vary based on community needs, but you may find yourself raking, cleaning, organizing, painting, or weeding.

Interested in volunteering for this important event? Register today on GivePulse, our community service website. If you would like to register to volunteer with other members of a group, please enter the group name when signing up. Each member of your organization/group must register individually for Make a Difference Day. The final deadline to register is Sunday, October 22 at 11:59 PM.

Check-in for volunteers will be held in the MUB Commons from 8:30-9:00 AM, where information will be distributed before groups travel to their service locations. Some locations may require your group to drive.

Want to learn more about the event? Check out our website! We can’t wait to see how much of a difference we can make this year!


HuskyLEAD Presents: Building a Brand

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.

Thursday, October 5th at 6:00 PM in MUB Alumni Lounge A


Husky Tae Kwon Do


Identity Campaign – REHS

For the next two weeks Residence Education and Housing Services is hosting an Identity Campaign. Take a look at our social media to reflect on what identities you hold and how they interact with others. We are hosting an Identity Carnival on Thursday, September 28 at 3:00pm on Walker Lawn. There will be outdoor games, carnival snacks, and conversations about what identities we hold.


Husky Hobbies


Husky Innovate

Office Hours with Joe Corso

Are you working on a pitch or business model for your new venture?  Do you have an innovative idea?    In his free time, Joe Corso mentors entrepreneurs at a local Austin, TX business accelerator.  Corso, a Michigan Tech alum, has an impressive career leading new initiatives throughout his corporate career.  Joe is excited to mentor our Husky Innovate startup teams in order to help them move their ideas forward.  These meetings will be held regularly throughout the year.  

This fall we will meet online from 4:00 – 5:00 pm est, on 9/26, 10/19, 11/9, and 11/30.  Select the date(s) that you would like attend.  Spots for Office Hours are limited and based on availability.   We will follow up with a Zoom link to confirm.   

Joe Corso bio:  Joe is Founder and President of TouchPoint Inc. where he provides management consulting to various technology companies in the Austin area. Prior to that, Joe has held executive management positions at IBM, Picture Network International (sold to Kodak), Dazel (sold to HP), AlterPoint and Mirage Networks. Joe is an accomplished speaker, advisor, mentor and board member who values the professional and personal relationships he has built with colleagues throughout the years. Joe holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University. When he is not spending time with cool technology companies and teams, he enjoys making sawdust in his woodworking shop and driving his Porsche Cayman S, fondly named “Piglet”, on racetracks across Texas.

Register Here!

Idea Pitch Competition

Do you have an innovative idea that could disrupt the status quo and “business as usual”. Each contestant will have two minutes to share their idea in an interactive community setting.  Judges will vote on top ideas and we will award cash prizes.
Prizes include:

  • First place: $200
  • Second place: $100
  • Third place: $50
  • Honorable mention: $25
  • Audience favorite: $25

Sponsors include:

  • Rick and Jo Berquist
  • Dan and Jane Green
  • Gates Professor Elham Asgari
  • Pavlis Honors College
  • College of Business

The Idea Pitch Competition will be held on October 11, 2023 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm in the Great Lakes Research Center, Room 202.  Please follow the registration link to learn more about the competition and the guidelines.  Register by October 7 to guarantee your spot!


Delta Sigma Phi


Film Board presents

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

Miles Morales catapults across the Multiverse, where he encounters a team of Spider-People charged with protecting its very existence. When the heroes clash on how to handle a new threat, Miles must redefine what it means to be a hero.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is rated PG

Friday (9/29) 5:30, 8:30, 11:30

Saturday (9/30) 5:30, 8:30, 11:30

Sunday (9/31) 5:30, 8:30

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.


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 coppercountrysnowsports@gmail.com with any questions. 


Orange Shirt Day

The American Indian Science and Engineering Society at Michigan Tech invites the campus community to participate in Orange Shirt Day on September 30th.

Originating from Canada in 2013, Orange Shirt Day (also known as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation) is a holiday that recognizes the legacy of Indian residential school systems both in the United States and Canada. Under the residential school system, hundreds of thousands of Native children were stripped from their families between the 1880s and the 1970s. These children were brought to federal or religious residential schools, where they were assimilated through abusive and destructive means that were meant to break them of their cultures, languages, and spiritualities.

By participating in Orange Shirt Day, we are recognizing the legacy of the residential school system by honoring the survivors and those children whose lives were taken from them by the residential school systems. So, join us on September 30th by wearing an orange shirt and declaring that “Every Child Matters.”


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!

Date: 10/07/2023

Time: 12 – 3 pm

Location: Sherman Field

NOTE: Rain Location will be SDC Multipurpose room, 1-4 pm


Free MATLAB Workshop

Women in Physics is hosting a MATLAB workshop that is available to anyone who is interested. It is a 7 week course that will begin with the basic interface of MATLAB, and then will gradually proceed into various applications that are used by professionals.

MATLAB is a programming language that is used in numerous fields, such as engineering, physics, and data analysis. This workshop will help you develop a working knowledge of the language and give you a strong foundation for its implementation in future projects.

The sessions will be held every Saturday (October 7 – December 2) at 2pm over zoom.

If you do not have access to a computer, there will be a designated computer lab on campus that will stream the zoom sessions.

Please use the form to register for the class: https://forms.gle/bSS26teFez6broxM7

Or the QR code attached to the flyer.


Paid Research Study Still Looking for Participants

We are looking for people to participate in an automated driving research study. You will complete three simulated semi-autonomous driving tasks and be asked to complete surveys about your driving experiences.

The experiment session will take approximately 90 minutes, and you will receive $20 for your time. Your identity will remain confidential. Participation is voluntary. 

Additionally, you must meet the following requirements:
You must be between the ages of 18-30 years.
You must have a valid U.S. driver’s license with at least two years of driving experience in the U.S.
You do not wear glasses and have normal or correct-to-normal vision with contact lenses.

The study was approved by MTU IRB. 

For more information about this study, please contact mtustarlab@gmail.comor scan the QR code in the flyer to sign up. 


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.

Warm regards,
Michigan Tech Alumni Board of Directors


2023 Student Voting Summit

The 2023 Student Voting Summit at Anchor Bay High School is a nonpartisan event held annually for high school, college, and university students, educators, administrators, and individuals involved in civic engagement and student voting. This event is hosted by the Michigan Department of State in partnership with the Campus Vote Project. It will take place on Friday, October 6, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Oakland University’s Oakland Center in Rochester, MI. Attendees must register for the event, and there is no registration fee. Lunch will be provided, and attendees can also receive free SWAG. Travel funding is available for those who need it, and you can register for the event at bit.ly/cvpmisummit23.

At the summit, participants will have the opportunity to:

  1. Connect with peers from across the state to learn about student voting.
  2. Engage in discussions about civic and youth engagement.
  3. Gain insights into changes in upcoming elections and voting rights specific to Michigan.
  4. Meet local and state elected officials.

For further information or to request travel funding, you can contact Sarah Reinhardt at ReinhardtS@Michigan.gov.


Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers


Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being

Depression Screening 

School, managing adult life, keeping up with friends – it all can be a bit overwhelming! Maybe you’ve noticed that you’re feeling down, are less interested in your routine activities, or you’re managing intense sadness. Depression can come in many different forms and we encourage you to participate in a screening to check in on yourself! 

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

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 Annex! We hope you get to destress and build your community! Please email counseling@mtu.edu for more information. 


Coming Up on GivePulse

Support a Tech Tradition: Homecoming Cardboard Boats

SLI is looking for volunteers for the cardboard boat race set up and take down!

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.

Thursday, October 5th: 7-9:30pm

Friday, October 6th: 5-7:30pm, 7-9:30pm

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!

Student Scoop – September 20, 2023

Homecoming 2023

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

  • Pi Mile – Come kick off homecoming by running a 5k (3.14 miles) with the brothers of Triangle Fraternity! Everyone who completes the course can celebrate their achievement by pie-ing a brother! The run is Sunday, September 24 at 10:00 AM. More information can be found in the link above.
  • Shirt Swap is a great way to give back! If you donate an item from the lists in the link, we will give you a 2023 Homecoming Shirt while sizes and shirts last. This event is open to everyone so stop by the MUB Circle at 2 pm on September 25th to help us spread kindness and school spirit!
  • Mingle and Fun at the Center for Diversity and Inclusion! Hangout and enjoy relaxing fun with fellow students, staff, and faculty on Monday, September 25 at 4:00 PM!
  • Cardboard Boats are always worth coming to watch! Friday, September 29 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, September 30
  • Homecoming Game vs Davenport University and Court Crowning at 1 PM on Sherman Field on Saturday, September 30.

Homecoming Week is less than a week away! To make this Michigan Tech Tradition a success, we need volunteers to jump in and help us with the fun! We have two events we’d love to have help with. First, Tuesday, September 26 from Noon to 1:00PM is the Puppy Pop-UP (Homecoming theme is 101 Huskies). We need doggies and their owners to help drum up excitement. If you have time and a dog who loves excessive petting and other dogs, please sign up on this Google form

Next, we need volunteers on Friday, September 29th to make Cardboard Boat Races a success. Please visit GivePulse to reserve your volunteer spot (https://www.givepulse.com/login — search “cardboard boats” after logging in). Please direct any questions or concerns to Amy Hjerstedt in the Student Leadership and Involvement office (ahjerste@mtu.edu).


Palosarri Corn Maze


MUB Room Reservation Software Transition

The Memorial Union Building (MUB) has transitioned their room request software to 25Live Pro effective last Monday (Sept. 11). This transition is part of a University-wide effort to create a one-stop shop for room requests across campus. The Memorial Union is the first venue to implement 25Live Pro, which will allow users to view spaces across campus in the future.

All reservations have been transferred from the previous system into 25Live Pro. To view your current/future reservations, you will need to first sign into 25Live Pro using your Michigan Tech ISO to activate your user ID.

Please visit the Memorial Union Room Reservation page to access the system. Once your username has been activated, please email your name and department name to business-support@mtu.edu so we can add your username to your reservations. Please remember to update your room reservation bookmark link in your web browser.

A training aid has been created to assist you in using the system. It is located under the Resources section on the Room Reservations page.

For reservation or system questions, please email mubrooms@mtu.edu.


Free MATLAB Workshop

Women in Physics is hosting a MATLAB workshop that is available to anyone who is interested. It is a 7 week course that will begin with the basic interface of MATLAB, and then will gradually proceed into various applications that are used by professionals.

MATLAB is a programming language that is used in numerous fields, such as engineering, physics, and data analysis. This workshop will help you develop a working knowledge of the language and give you a strong foundation for its implementation in future projects.

The sessions will be held every Saturday (October 7 – December 2) at 2pm over zoom.

If you do not have access to a computer, there will be a designated computer lab on campus that will stream the zoom sessions.

Please use the form to register for the class: https://forms.gle/bSS26teFez6broxM7

Or the QR code attached to the flyer.


Alpha Psi Omega


Pokemon League Tournament

The first in-person tournament for the semester will be Sunday, September 24th starting at 5 pm EST in Walker 109. This will be on Scarlet/Violet cartridges and the format will be monotype singles. Pokemon or moves from the DLC mons will not be allowed since it hasn’t been released for that long. Pokemon that could be transferred from home before the DLC can be used as long as all members of the team share the same type. For more information please contact rgjahn@mtu.edu.


Great Northern Adventure Race

The Great Northern Adventure Race (G.N.A.R.) is a full-day race for extreme athletes looking to test their athletic ability and mental toughness. Combining multiple outdoor disciplines, including but not limited to paddling, cycling, and running; racers are pushed to demonstrate both their problem-solving and mental toughness capabilities. The completion of mini-activities at the end of each leg will award racers clues to their next locations.

You are responsible for your in-race nutrition and hydration.

$25/person or $50/team race fee includes both a t-shirt and post-race meal.

Prizes will be awarded to top finishers.


Sustainability Open House

The tenants of the Sustainability Demonstration House would like to invite you to our upcoming Sustainability Open House on Saturday, September 30 from 2-5 p.m.! We will have interactive demos of our sustainable systems (including composting, hydroponics, aquaponics, a solar array, a beehive, energy-efficient appliances, a zero-waste household, and many more) and fun sustainability games. We hope you will be able to stop by!

The Sustainability Demonstration House is located at 21680 Woodland Rd, just down the road from East McNair. Parking is available at East McNair, Hillside, and Lot 10E.

Please see the attached flyer for more information. Feel free to email sdh@mtu.edu if you have any questions. 


Rozsa Center for Performing Arts

New Music in the Mine Presented by Michigan Tech Music

6 & 8 p.m. October 5 & 6, 2023

At the Quincy Mine

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!

Learn More | Reserve Free Tickets

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.

Learn More

How to Get Free Tickets

Psst! There are still free student tickets available for both Charlie Berens shows!

Email rozsa@mtu.edu 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 the 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)


Barn Dance

St. Al’s and other Christian organizations are hosting a Barn Dance this Saturday at the Chassell Pavilion from 7 p.m.-12 a.m. 


ISA Fusion Night – Rhythms of India

Get Ready for “Fusion Night – Rhythms of India”! Calling all music and dance enthusiasts! Join us for an electrifying DJ night, brought to you by the Indian Students Association in collaboration with the MUB Board. We’re turning up the heat with the hottest beats from India. 
Date: September 30, 2023

Time: 8:30 PM- 11:30 PM ET

Venue: Walker Lawn, Michigan Technological University

Rain Location: SDC Multipurpose room

Mark your calendars and spread the word. This is a night you won’t want to miss!
ENTRY IS FREE!


USG Elections Now Open!

USG elections are open! If you are a first or fourth year student, live on campus, or are part of the colleges of Computing, Sciences and Arts, or Forest Resources and Environmental Sciences, you are eligible to vote in this election! Cast your ballots through Sunday, September 24th at 5pm here.

Thank you for participating in this democratic process and making your voice heard!


Rail Transportation Program First-Year Scholarships

The Michigan Tech Rail Transportation Program is again offering up to four scholarships to first year students!

Each scholarship is $500, student should complete the application if they are interested.

These scholarships are renewable during a student’s second, third, and fourth year at Tech, if the student meets some basic participation requirements. The renewed amount increases by $500 in the second and third year. The attached flyer provides more detail.  


Identity Campaign – REHS

For the next two weeks Residence Education and Housing Services is hosting an Identity Campaign. Take a look at our social media to reflect on what identities you hold and how they interact with others. We are hosting an Identity Carnival on Thursday, September 28 at 3:00pm on Walker Lawn. There will be outdoor games, carnival snacks, and conversations about what identities we hold.


Research Study Looking for Participants

We are looking for people to participate in an automated driving research study. You will complete three simulated semi-autonomous driving tasks and be asked to complete surveys about your driving experiences.

The experiment session will take approximately 90 minutes, and you will receive $20 for your time. Your identity will remain confidential. Participation is voluntary. 

Additionally, you must meet the following requirements:
You must be between the ages of 18-30 years.
You must have a valid U.S. driver’s license with at least two years of driving experience in the U.S.
You do not wear glasses and have normal or correct-to-normal vision with contact lenses.

The study was approved by MTU IRB. 

For more information about this study, please contact mtustarlab@gmail.com or scan the QR code in the flyer to sign up. 


Michigan Tech Indoor Range Bullseye Shooting League

There is still time to register for the Fall Indoor Range Bullseye Shooting League! Hurry, registration closes September 24!!!

Michigan Tech Indoor Range Bullseye Shooting League allows for a great time shooting with friends and family with just a little competition mixed in. Ten sessions will be held on Sundays from 3:00-5:00 p.m. Rules are simple, and you can practice during the range posted Public times. All scoring targets will be shot in one continuous string of fire. You may shoot as an individual, with a 2-man team, or both. Open to MTU students and the general public.

Sundays, 3-5pm

September 17, 24, October 1, 8, 15, 29, November 5, 12, December 3, 10

SDC Shooting RangeSpecial Requirements

  • Minimum age 10 years old. Adult supervision is required for all range users under the age of 18.
  • You may use any handgun you want with any sighting system.
  • All shooting will start from low ready. NO DRAWING FROM A HOLSTER.
  • Shooters may choose to shoot one or two-handed.
  • Eye and ear protection

Cost

MTU Students – Free

General Public  – Included in the $140 Fall 2023 Semester Range Pass – Not a separate program registration.

(1) To sign up as an individual or your 2-Man Team, contact Jeff Stroud at jsstroud@mtu.edu.

(2) Payment for the semester range pass can be made online or at SDC Ticket Office. Pick up the semester pass from the Ticket Office before going to the Range. The customer is responsible for holding on to the pass for the remainder of the semester.

Registration opens September 7, 2023, at 8:00 am.

Deadline to register for a semester pass AFTER contacting Jeff for a spot: September 24, 11:59 pm

Learn More


Fall Color Tour

Mont Ripley is excited to offer Michigan Tech students chairlift rides for fall color viewing. Come see the spectacular fall colors and overlook the Michigan Tech campus from the top of Mont Ripley.

Bring your entire family during Michigan Tech Family Weekend!

Friday, September 29: 3 pm-7 pm
Saturday, September 30: 10 am-7 pm
Sunday, October 1: 10 am-7 pm

Saturday, October 7: 12 pm-6:30 pm
Sunday, October 8: 12 pm-6:30 pm

Saturday, October 14: 12 pm-6:30 pm
Sunday, October 15: 12 pm-6:30 pm

Dates and times subject to change due to weather and colors

Buy Advanced Tickets
$10 Adults
$8 Michigan Tech Student (with ID)
Children 10 and under free with an adult

CASH ONLY if paying at the lift

Proceeds from color tours benefit Mont Ripley chair lift improvement projects, Mont Ripley’s Volunteer Ski Patrol, and the new Copper Country Snowsports Club.


Intramurals


Coming Up on GivePulse

Support a Tech Tradition: Homecoming Cardboard Boats

SLI is looking for volunteers for the cardboard boat race set up and take down!

Student Scoop – September 13, 2023

K-Day Lost and Found

In the swirling sea of excitement that is K-Day, with its lively maritime atmosphere and a bounty of activities, it’s not uncommon for some treasures to slip through your grasp or get washed away by the tide of revelry. If you’re among the adventurous souls who attended K-Day and discovered a void in your possessions afterward, fear not, for there’s a ray of hope on the horizon!

Your lost treasure might just be waiting to find its way back to you at our nautically-themed haven, MUB112. Set sail on a quest to reclaim your lost belongings with us!


Re-Registration First Deadline is Monday!

Training and Re-registration is due on Monday, Sept 18th at 8 am!

Below are the remaining deadlines relating to funding & org continuation if you miss the first deadline:

For 90% funding – Sept 22nd at 5 pm

For 75% funding – Sept 29th at 5 pm

Orgs unregistered or with incomplete trainings are considered inactive after 5 pm on Sept 29th

We do not receive any notifications from Involvement Link when you change/update your roster. If you add any new officers/advisors or have in the last few weeks, please shoot us an email (rso@mtu.edu) so we know to add the new member to the training.

Just a reminder that you only need to fill 3 offices now (President, Treasurer, Secretary) but the positions must be held by different individuals. You need 6 members to register your org. 


Homecoming 2023 Registration

Fun and games abound at Michigan Tech’s week of Homecoming events. This year’s theme is 101 Huskies (Remember the movie, 101 Dalmatians? See what we did there?) so look for a few events to have a doggy flair. 

Join the campus community’s friendly competition. Get your team together and register on Involvement Link. All week there are opportunities to win competitions in athleticism, wit, and creativity. Check Involvement Link for more information about upcoming events.

Don’t forget about the glitz and glam of Homecoming! For students who want to don the royal crown or tiara, registration to compete for a royal title is open now.

There is a mandatory Court meeting Wednesday, September 13th at 3 p.m. in the MUB Alumni Lounge. The deadline to apply to serve as Homecoming Court is Thursday, September 14th at Noon on Involvement Link. 

Additionally, there is a mandatory Homecoming Team meeting Friday, September 15th at 6 p.m in WADS G11W. The deadline to register teams to compete in Homecoming competitions is Friday, September 15th at 11:59 PM.

Register for Homecoming Team and Homecoming Teams today!


Help Wanted: Volunteers & Doggies

It’s Homecoming week and this year’s theme is 101 Huskies.

On Tuesday, September 26th from Noon to 1:00PM volunteers will walk and stand with dogs in designated parts of Michigan Tech campus with loveable, friendly doggies to drum up excitement for sporting events occurring during Homecoming (soccer, volleyball, and football). Volunteers with dogs who sign up will receive an email about where to meet on campus when the event nears. The designated area will have a Student Leadership and Involvement sandwich board with information about upcoming sporting events and Homecoming activities. 

If you have questions or concerns about the Puppy Pop-Up event or Homecoming, please email Amy Hjestedt at ahjerste@mtu.edu

To volunteer you and your dog, sign up here!


Free Professional Headshots for Students at Career Fair

The Office of Alumni Engagement is offering free professional headshots for students during Fall Career Fair, taken perfectly for your Handshake or LinkedIn profiles. A photographer will take headshots on September 19, 2023, from 12-4 p.m. at the SDC.

Photos will be taken first come, first served. Each student will take (1) test shot and then have a limit of (3) posed shots.

Please sign up if you intend to utilize this free service. The deadline to sign up is 4 p.m. on September 18, 2023. This sign-up is for us to have an approximation of expected crowds and does not guarantee you will be able to get in at that exact time. 


Robert’s Rules Crash Course

Motion to make attending the Robert’s Rules HuskyLEAD required for all members. Second!

Discussion? Roberts Rules of Order helps us host more effective meetings, but only if everyone understands it. I think this workshop with Amy from SLI will help us ensure we are all on the same page.

Point of information – When is the workshop? It’s on Thursday, September 14th at 6 PM in the MUB Alumni Lounge.

All those in favor? Aye! All opposed? (crickets)

It’s unanimous. We will see you all next week at the Robert’s Rules Crash Course!


Athletics and Recreation presents

MI Concealed Pistol License (CPL) Course

Earn your MI Concealed Pistol License (CPL) through this one-day course brought to you by Michigan Tech Recreation, the SDC Shooting Range, and 906 Tactical. This is the course you must take to get your Michigan Concealed Pistol License (CPL). It is the premier course in the State of Michigan. The Michigan Coalition of Responsible Gun Owners (MCRGO) course covers what you need to carry a loaded weapon safely in open spaces. Rental equipment is available for an additional fee. Students will receive a copy of the course material on the day of class. No experience is necessary. Class size is limited.

Three dates to choose from. Registration opens September 13, 8:00am.

  • Saturday, September 23 (registration closes September 20, 11:59pm)
  • Saturday, October 14 (registration closes October 11, 11:59pm)
  • Saturday, November 11 (registration closes November 8, 11:59pm)

Location

SDC Shooting Range and SDC Classroom 238Cost

  • $150/person (with own equipment )
  • $185/person (with rental equipment 9mm pistol)

Special Requirements

  • Minimum age 20 years old
  • Individuals are responsible for supplying their own ammunition (100 rounds).
  • There will be a firearms proficiency test and a written test that students will have to pass to complete the course.
  • Students agree to comply with all commands issued on the range and in the classroom.

Learn More

PADI Open Water SCUBA Course

Registration for the next Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Open Water SCUBA Course will open September 13 at 8 a.m.

The course is conducted over two weekends and includes:

  • Ten hours of academic instruction (some coursework to be completed independently),
  • Ten hours of confined water training (SDC Pool), and
  • Four certification dives in Lake Superior (Marquette).

Upon registration, students will be given all required reading material and paperwork to complete prior to the start of the course. Students must be 18 years old and be able to swim 200 yards comfortably.

Participants are responsible for their own transportation to all class sites, including the SDC and dive location in Marquette.

Course Dates and Times:

  • Friday, October 13 — 5-10 p.m., SDC
  • Saturday, October 14 — 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., SDC
  • Sunday, October 15 — 8 a.m. to noon, SDC
  • Saturday and Sunday, October 21-22, or Saturday and Sunday,  October 28-29 — Open Dives in Marquette (exact location and time TBA)

Cost is $575 per person (includes all instruction, fees, and training materials). The deadline to register is September 28, 11:59 p.m.

For more information, visit PADI Open Water SCUBA Course.


Husky Tae Kwon Do


Bracelets for Survivors

Do you need some service hours? Stop by Walker Lawn on September 14th from 4:00 pm- 6:00 pm to make Bracelets for Survivors. The Title IX Department is partnering with Copper Shores Community Health Foundation. Come out have a great time, get some service hours, and help a great cause. 


Showcase [AI]

Robots. Tech. Fuuuuture. 

Showcase [AI] has all of that and something for everyone. The event is hosted by the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems and the College of Computing from October 4-6, 2023, and will explore the benefits and controversies of AI in Tech.

Everyone is welcome to attend this three-day event, which has interesting demonstrations, esteemed speakers and panels, awards, and a student research poster competition. Join us for an event that will be as entertaining as it is informative, all for free!

For more information, visit the Showcase [AI] Website, where you can register for the event and find a detailed event schedule. Lunch will be provided at certain times as listed on the schedule to those who register by September 13, but please still register if you plan to attend even if it is past this deadline. 

Register


Attend MTU’s Fall Study Away Fair!

Stop by the Fall Study Away Fair on Thursday, September 14th from 10:00am-2:00pm between the Library and EERC to learn more about the various Study Away opportunities available to MTU students! We will have representatives and resources available from several different study away program types and international education opportunities. Attending the Fall Study Away Fair is a great way to gain an initial understanding of:

  • Spring Break and Summer Faculty-Led programs
  • Semester Exchange University partnerships
  • European Project Semester partnerships
  • Summer and Semester programs (study, intern, research, and service work) available through our partner study abroad organizations
  • Study Abroad Scholarship opportunities
  • Modern Language and Global Business minors
  • Peace Corps Prep Certificate
  • And more!

After the Fair, be sure to visit our webpage to learn more and schedule an appointment to discuss how you can get started!


Volunteer Opportunity

The Houghton Elementary School PTO is looking for volunteers! We have a few opportunities coming up this school year. 

• Rock Your School is Sept 29th. We are looking for volunteers to play music throughout the day during recess etc. 

• September 30th is our Annual Gremlins Fun Run at the High School. Possibilities would include field-type games during the run or facepainting etc. 

• Our PTO meetings are once a month and we would love to offer some fun for the children in our gym, to allow parents a chance to attend our meetings! We would need 1-2 volunteers once a month to facilitate this.

Interested or want more information? Email Jen D’Luge at jendluge@gmail.com.


Annual Evening with Industry – SWE

The Society of Women Engineers cordially invites you to attend the 36th Annual Evening with Industry on Monday, September 18 2023 from 4-7pm in the MUB Ballroom. This is an opportunity for all students regardless of gender, major, or affiliation.

The evening will begin with a Keynote presentation from Brianna Turunen of RS&H. Then, a plated dinner will be served over a social hour for students & company representatives to network.

Registration has been extended to midnight tonight, sign up today!

Please register here to secure your spot. 

Questions? Visit www.mtuswe.com/ewifor-students or email us at sweewi@mtu.edu.


Concert at the Orpheum Theater

Horseshoes and Hand Grenades agreed to do a Friday public concert for the local area at the Orpheum Theater in Hancock, MI. This is a fantastic band that has played some large venues including Summerfest in Milwaukee. Their shows are usually sold out, and we hope that this one is no different for them!

After seven years, three albums, and innumerable sold-out shows, bluegrass mavericks Horseshoes & Hand Grenades appropriately consider themselves a “family” on a wild, wonderful, and often whacky roller coaster. The bond between the quintet—David C. Lynch [harmonica, accordion, spoons, vocals], Collin Mettelka [fiddle, mandolin, vocals], Russell Pedersen [banjo, fiddle, vocals], Adam Greuel [guitar, dobro, vocals], and Samual Odin [bass]—fuels their creativity and chemistry on stage and in the studio.

Ultimately, the Horseshoes & Hand Grenades family grows stronger by the day. And their new album, The Ode is proof.
“The best part of this has been building a community,” Adam leaves off. “In this day and age, it’s wise to look for things that bring people together rather than separate them. We’re creating an extended family to get through these times together. That’s the ‘Horseshoe Crew.’ Everything happens because of that bond.”

The concert starts at 7PM on Friday, September 22 at the Orpheum Theater (426 Quincy St. Hancock, MI).

Purchase a ticket here ($25/ticket)!


MUB Board presents

Day on the Lawn

Join us on Walker Lawn for some spectacular fun! There will be all sorts of yard games including spike ball, volleyball 4’s, cornhole, and ladderball. At different tables, there will also be snacks, drinks, and other prizes provided. Bring your friends or come make some new ones on this lovely Sunday afternoon! We hope to see you there!

Date: 09/17/2023

Time: 12 – 4 pm

Place: Walker Lawn

Get the Scoop?

Did you get the Scoop? We’re giving away FREE ice cream and setting goals for the semester outside of Fisher Hall tomorrow!

Date: 09/14/2023

Time: 1 – 3 pm

Place: Outside Fisher Hall

Annual Poster Sale

Our annual poster sale featuring poster invasion is going on all week! Stop by the Superior Room in the basement of the MUB to browse their vast collection of posters, postcards, stickers, etc. 

Date: 09/11/2023 – 09/15/2023

Time: 9am – 5 pm everyday

Place: MUB Superior Room


49th Annual Copper Country Color Tour

The Color Tour is Back! Prepare yourself for a Michigan Tech staple: a scenic journey along winding roads through the picturesque fall-colored Keweenaw Peninsula hosted by the Copper Country Cycling Club. Three routes (60k/115k/210k) will take riders of all experience and fitness levels on a memorable adventure!

NEW FOR 2023 – Lookin’ to get Dirty? We got you covered! THE DIRTY DIETER [deet – er] – 80 miles of gravel adventure for the rugged type of rider. Grab your gravel or Mountain bike, pack some PB&Js, and get ready to hit the road!

More information, the routes, and a link to register can be found on our website (cycling.mtu.edu/events/color-tour). Students register for a discounted price of $30! Registrations before Sep.16th are guaranteed a free Color Tour T-Shirt designed by Studio13! 


Nucor Unboxed Event

Join Nucor and Michigan Tech’s Center for Educational Outreach this Sunday, September 17th in the adventure of discovering the lost treasure of pirate Captain Black!  Teams of 4 will work together to solve their way through a series of puzzles as you race against the clock. Individuals and groups are welcome!

We will have 3 opportunities to play: 5:00, 5:45, or 6:30pm in Wadsworth G42W.  Do you have what it takes to beat the challenge?  Come find out!  Pre-registration not required. 


Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being

Cookies and Coloring

Join our counselors and other students for an afternoon of adult coloring and complimentary cookies! Small activities like this are a great way to make connections, destress, and support your overall well-being!

Let’s Talk

Are you wondering if counseling is right for you? Attend one of our Let’s Talk hours! Speak with a counselor about your concerns and what the counseling process looks like, or just ask for advice on how to help a friend! 

Husky Hour 

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!

Free Health Care Clinic and Autism Training

MTU will have a mobile vaccine clinic on campus from 1-7:00 PM on Wednesday, September 13th. Students can get their Covid-19 vaccine and take advantage of the other services offered by the health unit. 


Slide to the Left

The Keweenaw Socialists at MTU have partnered up with a wide variety of organizations, departments, and community members to put on a week-long event called Slide To The Left, which is happening right now! Across campus, various classes, workshops, lectures, movies, and more are being presented to the MTU community as a way to share ideas, gain new skills, and highlight topics that aren’t always discussed in class. There are still plenty of events taking place between now and Saturday, including a Panel Discussion on ‘Systemic Alternatives’ featuring three prestigious professors here at MTU taking place tonight at 7pm in M&M U115, a Crash Course on Cooking for the first time in the dorms taking place tomorrow at 5pm in the DHH Kitchenette, and a Rave on Walker Lawn at 9pm on Saturday! Check out the detailed schedule of events for more information on all of the events taking place this week.


2nd Annual Red and Gold Together

Beta Sigma Theta is partnering with the American Cancer Society to raise money in order to stop the fight against Pediatric Cancer. Join the brothers on September 23rd from 12-6 PM at Chutes and Ladders for their second annual Red and Gold Together Philanthropy Event. For more information please contact Dalton Williams — daltonw@mtu.edu


Intramurals


Coming Up on GivePulse

Career Services needs some help at CareerFEST.

We need some help at CareerFEST.  Help us help you get a job!!

Help us set up and take down the tents, and put out tables, chairs, and tablecloths.  

Set up at 9am – 9/15

Tear Down at 2pm – 9/13, 9/15

Support the Career Closet!

The Career Closet is a give-away of gently worn business clothing possible to assist students in preparing for Career Fair. The event will be held on Saturday, September 16 from 1:00pm-5:00pm and Sunday, September 17 from 10:00am-2:00pm in the Superior Room and Makerspace in the MUB.

Support the Rozsa Center for Performing Arts!

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 a Michigan Tech Tradition at Parade of Nations!

Volunteers are the driving force behind this event. They help with event set up, walk in the parade, serve as parade marshals, and provide support at the multicultural festival. Explore the volunteer positions and shifts available and sign up for the one that best fits your interests! Event organizers will be in contact as the event approaches to share additional instructions and event details.


Michigan Tech Athletics

Tuesday, September 12
• Huskies Drive Time, 7:30-8 a.m. on Mix 93 WKMJ

Friday, September 15
• Soccer vs. Purdue Northwest, 5 p.m. at Kearly Stadium on FloSports 
• Volleyball vs. Grand Valley State, 7 p.m. at SDC Gym on FloSports and Mix 93 WKMJ

Saturday, September 16
• Football at UW-Platteville, 2 p.m. on Mix 93 WKMJ
• Volleyball vs. Davenport, 3 p.m. at SDC Gym on FloSports

Sunday, September 17
• Soccer vs. Parkside, Noon at Kearly Stadium on FloSports

All times Eastern • Home events in bold