Copper Country Strong
In the aftermath of epic flash floods, Huskies and their community across the Keweenaw grabbed boots, gloves, buckets, and shovels, and got to work.
Volcán de Fuego has been a Michigan Tech research site for decades. When the Guatemalan volcano erupted in June, numerous faculty, alumni, and students mobilized to respond to the disaster.
Quality (of) Life
A number of alumni have moved back to the Keweenaw. The question isn’t why come back, it’s how.
A Family Affair
Michigan Tech has always been special to William Bernard Jr. ’69 and his family. Through their generous gift, a clock tower now shines on Alumni Way—the outward symbol of a scholarship that will help other students excel just like he did.
In The Trenches
The University joined the 2018 observances of the centenary end of World War I. Enter the trenches to learn more.
1400 Townsend Drive
Innovation is happening across campus—from undergraduate scholars and autonomous research to sustainable housing and an engineer who loves the arts.
Q&A: Home Court Advantage
Sam Hoyt was an All-American guard for the Michigan Tech women’s basketball team. This season, she returns to the Huskies as head coach.