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Houghton Fire Department on the lookout for volunteers

This spring commencement marks the graduation of four members of the Houghton Fire Department and the relocation of three members. The roster can contain upwards of 26 members, which means Houghton will be low in numbers.  The Houghton Fire Department is a completely volunteer firefighting department that is a mix

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The Ebony Gala celebrates its 5th anniversary

On Saturday, Apr. 6 , the Black Student Association (BSA) and the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) hosted their fifth annual Ebony Gala. This event was born from the desire to highlight the accomplishments and resilience of black students and to showcase what the organizations had been up to

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Outdoor Adventure Program Silent Auction and Summer Offerings

On Saturday, Apr. 13, the Michigan Tech Athletics Department, Recreation Department, and Outdoor Adventure Program (OAP) will be hosting a silent auction for some of their used and surplus gear. The auction will be held in the concourse of the SDC ice arena. The silent auction will run from 11

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World’s Fair – Annual Spring Fling returns this week

With finals week coming up, some may be looking to take a short break before they get buried in studying for their exams. For this reason, student organizations hold different events towards the end of the semester, and some just before finals week. This week there is a campus wide

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Finals are approaching: improve your studying with these tips

As the end of the semester draws near, Michigan Tech students are preparing for the upcoming finals week. With stress levels rising, it’s essential for students to use effective study strategies to excel in their exams. According to scientific research from the State University of New York at Albany, there

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Eight athletes released from the MTU Varsity Track team

“[We] are using a year of eligibility to compete for a dying program.” In a decision made at the end of Mar., Michigan Tech’s Track and Field program revealed significant changes aimed at refining its focus and strategic direction, impacting the careers of eight athletes starting in 2025. This decision,

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Living Superior Fair showcases local talent and businesses

The first annual Living Superior Fair is set to take place on Saturday, Apr. 6 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Rozsa Center Lobby. This event offers a space to meet and support local authors, artists, makers and small businesses in the Keweenaw Peninsula. The Living Superior Fair

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KSI Accounting Club opens doors to opportunities

The Kappa Sigma Iota (KSI) Accounting Club can be a gateway to numerous opportunities for students looking to build upon their resumes or network with professionals. With their emphasis on professional development, networking, and hands-on experiences, the club gives students the tools they need to thrive in the competitive field

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