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New Public Safety Video Cameras Help Keep Campus Safe

September 12, 2013
By Danny Messinger

Public Safety rolls out new technological tools—in the form of small, wearable video cameras—to help keep Michigan Tech safe.

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A Strange, New Home: International Arrivals Volunteers Help Foreign Students Feel Welcome at Tech

September 9, 2013
By Danny Messinger

New international students find a helping hand as soon as they arrive, thanks to International Programs and Services's arrivals volunteer program.

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Street Food

Asian Street Food Comes to Campus

August 7, 2013
By Travis Gendron

Street Food brings the flavors of the world to the summertime campus.

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Alex Bruns, left, and Tony Hayes tend the vegetables in their sustainable garden.

Sustainable Vegetable Garden Takes Root at Tech

July 30, 2013
By Karina Jousma

A sustainable vegetable garden is putting fresh produce on residence hall tables.

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Henry Ford in 1933

Happy Birthday, Henry Ford!

July 22, 2013
By Jennifer Donovan

Henry Ford 's 150th birthday is July 30, and the Ford Center and Forest in Alberta, Mich., is throwing a party.

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Gardens of Tech

10 Reasons why Michigan Tech's Gardens are Awesome

July 22, 2013
By Travis Gendron

Of all the things Michigan Tech is known for, you might be surprised to know that incredible gardens top the list. Sprinting across campus to make your next class can make it easy to miss the beautiful campus landscaping. For those who don’t have time to stop and smell the roses, we rounded up some photos that answer the question: “What makes Michigan Tech’s gardens so awesome?”

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Tyler Losinski

Commencement 2013: The Last Day, the First Day

May 6, 2013
By Kevin Hodur

The Commencement ceremony is a celebration, but it is also a transition from one stage of life to another. On Saturday, we got a glimpse of the future with the first day of nearly 1,000 of our students as they became Michigan Tech graduates and alumni.

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Campus, Two Weeks Before Commencement

Late Spring Puts the Pressure on Facilities Management

April 26, 2013
By Kevin Hodur

Spring on campus usually runs like clockwork. This year, however, winter  hung on longer than usual, putting a lot of pressure on Facilities Management to get campus ready for Spring Commencement and summer months that follow.

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Chang Kyoung Choi, faculty advisor to the Korean Student Association.

South Koreans at Michigan Tech Hold on to Hope for their Homeland

April 26, 2013
By Jennifer Donovan

South Koreans express both concern and hope for the situation between North and South Korea.

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David Barnes

IBM Technology Strategist to Speak to Spring Graduates

April 23, 2013
By Dennis Walikainen

University to honor nearly 1,000 students at commencement

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