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11 hours ago - Since early Sunday afternoon, the Incident Command Team (ICT) and University leadership have been monitoring two critical issues that impact a decision to reopen campus. First, the roads in and around our community have sustained extensive damage. ICT is in contact with Houghton County regarding road safety and navigability. Second, power to campus has temporarily been shut down. The Administration Building sustained some flooding in the basement, which is a hub of electrical power distribution. Safety is of paramount importance, and Facilities personnel are working to resolve the situation in the Administration Building before returning power to campus. ICT will monitor these issues overnight and communicate assessments in the morning. We will also continue to update the University community at as information becomes available. Please exercise proper precautions as this situation continues to unfold. Stay safe, Huskies. (Posted 4:05 p.m. on 6/17/2018)
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18 hours ago - Campus is closed and will remain closed Monday, June 18. Please do not try to drive to campus until further notice. The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for Houghton County. Severe flooding has made travel dangerous. Go to for more information. If you are in the area and in danger, please call 911. #michigantech #besafe #flashflooding
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18 hours ago - The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for Houghton County. Heavy rain has caused several flooded roads, making travel dangerous. Campus is closed. Please do not try to drive to campus until further notice. As it becomes available, more information can be found at If you are in the area and in danger, please call 911. (Edit: Posted 9:06 a.m. on 6/17/2018. For the latest information, please check our Facebook page or
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Friday - Not your ordinary summer camp.