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The Student News Site of Michigan Technological University

The Lode

The Student News Site of Michigan Technological University

The Lode

Delta Sigma Phis sculpture is located to the west of Wadsworth Hall, where scaffolding and towering snow blocks dominate the landscape.
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Snowy towers dominate campus and surrounding cities
Tucker Nielsen, Lode Writer • January 20, 2022
This week at USG
Maia Barnhart, Lode Writer • January 20, 2022
Broomball 1101
Maggie Denney, Lode Writer • January 20, 2022
Sports report
Kevin Hoefer, Lode Writer • January 20, 2022
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Upcoming events (1/20-1/26)
Madison Degnitz, Lode Writer • January 20, 2022

All events are free unless otherwise noted     Thursday, Jan. 20 ICC Lecture: Dr....

Students and faculty start dialogue over COVID concerns
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Students and faculty start dialogue over COVID concerns
Rachel Dick, Managing Editor • January 20, 2022

On Tuesday, Jan. 18, USG representative Davi Sprague and Scientific and Technical Communication student...

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Husky Thoughts: Favorite winter activities
Rachel Dick, Managing Editor • January 20, 2022

After a chilling and snowy start to the semester, many Tech students are looking forward to the many...

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Senate meeting creates Ad-Hoc committees
Tucker Nielsen, Lode Writer • January 20, 2022

Vice President Steve Knudstrup led last night’s senate meeting. Proposal 15-22 was brought back to...

Hancock City Council
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Hancock City Council
Chris Davis, Managing Editor • January 20, 2022

The Hancock City Council met on Jan. 19 for the first meeting of 2022. As the city moves along on...

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100 years ago: Vocational men make record
January 13, 2022

The following article ran in the Jan. 21, 1922 issue of the M.C.M. Lode.   The men sent to...

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Proposal 2-22 makes comeback to University Senate
Tucker Nielsen, Lode Writer • January 13, 2022

On Dec. 1, Proposal 2-22 returned to Senate discussion with amendments. Proposal 2-22 would incorporate...

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Upcoming Undergraduate Student Government annual elections
Kiera Raymond, Lode Writer • January 13, 2022

Annual elections for the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) are coming up and will be taking place...

This week at USG
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This week at USG
Maia Barnhart, Lode Writer • January 13, 2022

This week, President Zachary Olson began this week’s meeting by welcoming back students, saying “We...

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Husky Thoughts: What are you looking forward to this semester?
Rachel Dick, Managing Editor • January 13, 2022

It’s the start of a fresh semester here at Tech, so we went around to ask students: “What are you...

COVID testing for students and employees
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COVID testing for students and employees
Madison Degnitz, Lode Writer • January 13, 2022

As the spring semester begins, Michigan Tech remains under Campus Health and Safety Level Two. This requires...

Student organizations began month-long winter carnival sculptures
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Student organizations began month-long winter carnival sculptures
Tucker Nielsen, Lode Writer • January 13, 2022

Student organizations at Michigan Tech began working on their month-long snow sculptures for Winter Carnival....

Houghton City Council
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Houghton City Council
Chris Davis, Managing Editor • January 13, 2022

Houghton City Council met on Jan. 13 for the first meeting of 2022. As the city begins work driving...

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Student safety a priority for Presidents’ Council during 100th Winter Carnival
Rachel Dick, Managing Editor • January 13, 2022

The President’s Council for Mental Health and Wellbeing is tasked with advocating for student safety...

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Highly anticipated aliens finally visited: Gone again after one Wads dinner
Just Christina, Lazy Slacker

As our culture melds ever faster into the galactic soup singularity, some of our most recent visitors found themselves out of sorts when they...

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Hermit, believed to be missing found in front of Wadsworth Hall
Ty Poe, Actually Follows Sports

At 4:20 pm yesterday afternoon Public Safety received a call from Lossann Foun who reported that a missing person had been spotted just outside...

Whats with people thinking Jerry Seinfeld is funny? Bro its literally 2021.
What’s up with comedians starring in animated movies?
Barry B. Benson, bee bestie

The Bee Movie is the bee’s knees. It has everything a film could ever need, from romance and action to comedy and horror. TV networks like...

hey does anyone want to take my exams for me?
Things to do, now that you hate your life
mothmadi, piss editor

Searching for an activity to pass the time when you’re not questioning your existence during finals week? Look no further.   Free...

Garmerly is a super useful tool for students who write have you used it yet we use it to proofread all of our articles .?.
New Grammarly Premium a good tool for any student
Funny fake name? My real one already violates Lyft’s user guidelines., being a bad bitch

Grammarly Premium has been available to Tech students for a while now giving you the tools you need to be a great writer Gramarlalyy Prime allows...

Lode archival photo featuring the Huskies in a previous game versus St. Thomas.
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Kevin Hoefer, Lode Writer • January 13, 2022
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Medical Laboratory Science students and SMLS members (from left to right) Jenna Disser, Jessica McQuinn and Kacie Ziolkowski are seen here working in Michigan Tech’s on-campus COVID-19 lab.
Getting your lab results: Medical Lab Scientists bring real-world testing to MTU
Madison Degnitz, Pulse Editor • November 19, 2020

While you may not know what a medical laboratory scientist does, you’ve probably been impacted by their work at one point in your life. Whether it's a routine blood or urine test or something more serious, before any decision is made regarding treatment or diagnosis, your doctor consults tests run by hospital lab staff, which, you guessed it–is made up of medical laboratory scientists!  Medical...