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For many, teaching is a passion. And when the subject matter gets to be complex, many who teach turn to their other passions to help explain, guide and enlighten. One of Physics Professor Bryan H. Suits' passions is music, and he uses it to make physics come alive for undergraduates.
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.
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.
The annual Student Art and Design Show is an exhibition of the fruits of the creativity of students taking courses in Visual and Performing Arts (VPA). With all of the technical talent on campus, it can be easy to overlook the artistic creativity of Tech students.
At Michigan Tech's largest Spring Career Fair ever, nearly 230 employers met and interviewed thousands of students, despite the blizzard raging outside.