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Tech Memories

Students dressed in cardboard armor

Last year my friends and I lived in Junkyard, and we were a very close hall. At the beginning of the year, we somehow got the idea of building cardboard armor. We all went down to the basement of DHH and spent hours putting our armor together . . . Read More

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6 hours ago - Flood waters have changed the landscape in the Keweenaw, and the research of graduate students as well.
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Friday - Catch a wave, catch a fish, catch a Keweenaw sunset. #ourbackyard #brockwaymountain #sunset #weekendvibes 📸 #photographer @ztsmith2 🌅🙌🏻 #michigantech #puremichigan #lakesuperior
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Friday - Snowman Left Behind. #flashback #michigantech #mostsnowmenbuiltinanhour @guinnessworldrecords #stillwaiting @usgatmtu ☃️⛄️☃️ . . . . . . On Saturday, February 10, 2018, 1,678 students and community members gathered on Sherman Field and built 2,228 snowmen in one hour, attempting to beat the previous world record of 2,036 set in Akabira, Japan, in 2015.
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Friday - Live at the Marine Autonomy Research Site (MARS) launch at the Great Lakes Research Center. The first freshwater testbed of its kind in the world, MARS will allow technology developers, researchers, resources managers and others to collaborate in meeting the future needs of marine technology development.