Have a Taste of What's Cooking at Michigan Tech Winter Carnival
“Tasty Foods for Wintry Moods” are on the menu at the 101st Winter Carnival, Wednesday through Saturday (Feb. 8-11). The region’s largest seasonal festival kicks into high gear Wednesday, as students construct one-night statues and complete monthlong builds during the legendary All-Nighter. Students have until 9 a.m. Thursday morning to complete statues; judging follows at 9:30 a.m., with results announced late Thursday afternoon.
“With this year’s food theme, we took on a new adventure of accepting external vendors,” said Blue Key President Joe Dlugos (environmental engineering). The preliminary list of participating eateries includes The Forge, Chicago Beefs and Jim’s Pizza. “We will still have the favorites everyone loves, including pasties, chili, the Huskies Pep Band’s fried foods and Guardians of the North’s (AFROTC) pancake breakfast,” Dlugos said.
Read the full story at Michigan Tech News to find out what’s new at this year’s Carnival — including an event on the City of Houghton Pier and the Give Back to the Pack 48-hour giving challenge.