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5 hours ago - RT @mtuhky: Chris Brooks Named Assistant Hockey Coach https://t.co/qian7sVhx0 #mtuhky #FollowTheHuskies https://t.co/CXZHwVZ4MH
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Saturday - “You can want anything in the world, but you need to choose what you want the most and go for it. Work as hard as you can to achieve your goal and don’t undermine your ability.” –Dave House '65
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Friday - "I’m the first person in my family to go to college. I was raised in Los Angeles and moved to Grand Rapids when I was young. My parents are from Zacatecas, Mexico. They always told me I have more opportunities here in America than they had. They want me and my siblings to have a better life than they do. And I want to repay them for their sacrifice. I’m not just doing it for myself, I’m doing it for them, too. Last summer was my first time in the Upper Peninsula. I came with the Boys and Girls Club. I like the scenery here. Lake Superior. So many places to hike. Mountain biking. I like staying active. My major is exercise science, with a minor in nutrition and possibly education. When I came to Michigan Tech through MiCUP, I was paired up with the Husky Food Access Network, where I help run the campus food pantry. I do inventory and marketing. I helped out at a food pantry before, but Michigan Tech’s program is bigger. I enjoy it a lot. The biggest change I’ve had in my time here is adjusting to the coursework; it’s more detailed and more intense than at community college. I like my professor, but it’s definitely more challenging than I thought it would be. I want my younger brother to go to college. I want him to do better than me. I want to be the start of a generation in my family who goes to college. This is bigger than me, and that feels good." —Giancarlo Hernandez #mtuhumans . . . . . . . #MiCUP @cdi_michigantech @grandrapidscc @waynecccd @deltacollege #transfertransition #unlockyourfuture #michigantech #STEM #research #mtucommUNITY
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Friday - RT @thedoctordare: Hammer Recoil in #slomo with @joshlucien and our #awesome MI #scienceteachers. @michigantech https://t.co/VveULzV2ul