The Pack Is On Track: Michigan Tech Enrollment at Levels Not Seen Since Early 1980s

Students strolling along the sidewalk during Orientation Week.

The numbers tell the story: demand for a degree from the state’s flagship technological university has never been stronger.

Michigan Tech welcomed 7,320 students this fall — including 1,463 incoming first-year students — marking both the third consecutive year of overall enrollment growth and the most Huskies on campus since 1983.

That total includes 2,206 women, the University’s highest number ever, and women will make up over 30% of the student body for the first time in school history. Overall enrollment is up 3.5%, with domestic students from historically underserved communities making up 11% of the student body and 13% of the incoming class of first-year students.

Additionally, Global Campus enrollment is up nearly 11%, the College of Business is up 21%, and graduate student enrollment as a whole is up 4.3% over last year — which makes this the largest class of graduate students since 2016.

“It’s no surprise that our excellent academic programs are driving unprecedented interest from our students at a rate outpacing national trends,” said Rick Koubek, University president.

Read the full story on Michigan Tech News.

President's Update to Campus

We hope you will join President Koubek for a University update Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts, followed by a reception in the Rozsa lobby.

President Koubek will review the past year and outline future plans for the University. University Senate President Robert Hutchinson will also present a brief overview of planned Senate activities for the upcoming year.

For those unable to attend, a recording of the update will be available. Please email Heather Herman at to request a copy.

Mentoring Program for Associate Professors

Advanced Career Management (ACM) is a peer mentoring program focused on career planning and strategies for midcareer faculty. Associate professors are invited to an orientation session on Sept. 26 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in MUB Alumni Lounges A and B. Lunch will be provided.

Please complete the ACM Interest Form by noon on Sept. 20 to indicate your interest and RSVP for the orientation. If you are interested in the program but cannot attend the orientation, you will be contacted by email.

The session will introduce the ACM program, provide tools for career self-development and explain the career affinity groups. If you have any questions, please check the ACM website for information or send an email to Shari Stockero at

The ACM program was developed by ADVANCE at Michigan Tech, an NSF-funded initiative dedicated to increasing faculty retention, improving campus climate and enhancing the career success of our faculty, and is now supported by the Provost’s Office.

2023-24 CISR Funding for Research and Curriculum Development

The Center for Innovation in Sustainability and Resilience (CISR, pronounced "scissor") is offering three funding opportunities in fiscal year 2024 to support Michigan Tech faculty and staff in developing collaborative research and curriculum development around the themes of sustainability and resilience. These activities are supported by the Tech Forward Initiative on Sustainability and Resilience.

All awards have due dates of Oct. 5, 2023, and March 7, 2024, but rolling submissions and inquiries are encouraged!

  • Faculty Fellowship
    The Sustainable and Resilient Communities Faculty Fellowship offers teaching buyout in fall 2024 or spring 2025 to support research development activities. We anticipate making three to four awards in FY 24. Read the RFP.

  • Early Career and New Directions Award
    In the range of $5,000 to $7,000, this award complements start-up packages for early career faculty or supports established researchers who are pursuing new ideas or topics in their work. We anticipate making four to six awards. Read the RFP

  • Curriculum Innovation Award
    Supports the development of new or retooled courses. Awards range from $3,000 to $5,000, but are flexible to meet the project needs. Read the RFP.

Please send all inquiries to Chelsea Schelly at

MUB Room Reservation Software Transition

The Memorial Union Building (MUB) has transitioned their room request software to 25Live Pro effective today (Sept. 11). This transition is part of a University-wide effort to create a one-stop shop for room requests across campus. The Memorial Union is the first venue to implement 25Live Pro, which will allow users to view spaces across campus in the future.

All reservations have been transferred from the previous system into 25Live Pro. To view your current/future reservations, you will need to first sign into 25Live Pro using your Michigan Tech ISO to activate your user ID.

Please visit the Memorial Union Room Reservation page to access the system. Once your username has been activated, please email your name and department name to so we can add your username to your reservations. Please remember to update your room reservation bookmark link in your web browser.

A training aid has been created to assist you in using the system. It is located under the Resources section on the Room Reservations page.

For reservation or system questions, please email

Annual Hydrant Flushing

The Department of Facilities Management has scheduled campuswide hydrant flushing starting today (Sept. 11) and ending Sept. 22. Flushing operations will be performed daily between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m.

During this time, water in campus buildings may periodically appear discolored. This is perfectly safe and normal. Running cold water for a short period of time should correct the condition. Please contact Facilities Management if the problem persists.

Celebrating 10 Years at the Michigan Tech Testing Center

As the Michigan Tech Testing Center starts our 10th year of operation, we will be bringing you tips and fun facts — one each week for 10 weeks.

Week 2 Fun Fact: The Testing Center started with 10 seats, one and a half staff members and a few student employees. We started with one sponsored exam company, Pearson VUE, to be able to offer the Fundamental of Engineering exam.

Week 2 Tip: If a student would like to investigate getting an accommodation, they need to reach out to Student Disability Services:
Student Disability Services | Student Success Center | Michigan Technological University

Once a student has requested to use their accommodation, an instructor will decide if that accommodation can be handled privately or through the Testing Center. If the Testing Center is to be used, the instructor will put in a submission through RegisterBlast.

If the Testing Center can assist you or your students, please reach out to us at or 906-487-1001.

Register for Showcase [AI]

Showcase [AI] is already right around the corner, so this is a reminder to register for the events that you wish to attend using the registration form.

Because of an updated MTU catering policy, if you plan to attend the Women in IT and Tech panel or Tom Kelly’s keynote speech, you must register for these events by Wednesday (Sept. 13) to be guaranteed lunch.

Showcase [AI] is being presented by the College of Computing and the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems on Oct. 4-6 at Michigan Tech.

See the whole event schedule and register at the Showcase [AI] website.

Attend MTU's Fall Study Away Fair

Stop by the Fall Study Away Fair to learn more about the various study away opportunities available to MTU students!

  • When: Thursday, Sept. 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Where: Between the Library and EERC

We will have representatives and resources available from several different study away program types and international education opportunities.

Attending the Fall Study Away Fair is a great way to gain an initial understanding of:

  • Spring break and summer faculty-led programs
  • Semester exchange university partnerships
  • European Project Semester partnerships
  • Summer and semester programs (study, intern, research and service work) available through our partner study abroad organizations
  • Study abroad scholarship opportunities
  • Modern Language and Global Business minors
  • Peace Corps Prep Certificate
  • And more!

After the fair, be sure to visit our webpage to learn more and schedule an appointment to discuss how you can get started!

IPEC Launches Monthly Member Newsletter

The Institute for Policy, Ethics, and Culture (IPEC) launched their monthly membership newsletter last Thursday (Sept. 7). The newsletter will be published on the first Thursday of each month, highlighting upcoming funding opportunities, IPEC sponsored events and recent member publications and awards.

We encourage our Tech community to see what IPEC has been up to! Read the September newsletter.

49th Annual Copper Country Color Tour & First Dirty Dieter

The Upper Peninsula's golden season is upon us, and what better way to explore the stunning fall colors than on your bike with the 49th Annual Copper Country Color Tour?

Get ready to pedal through the stunning Keweenaw Peninsula, adorned in vibrant autumn hues. Whether you're a cycling pro or a newbie, we have the perfect route for you: choose from 60, 115 or 210 kilometers of cycling bliss. Fuel up at aid stations along the way, stocked with snacks and drinks to keep you energized.

Road riding is not your thing? You are not afraid of getting dirty? You crave a different kind of challenge? Embrace the first ever Dirty Dieter — a self-supported gravel route for the fearless. Conquer sand, mud and the heart of the Keweenaw on your gravel or mountain bike during an 80-mile dirt adventure.

Takeoff is on Sept. 30 at 8 a.m. from the R. L. Smith Building (MEEM) on campus. Secure your spot now on our event registration webpage.

For more info and a route preview, visit our website.

Gear up for an autumn cycling adventure like no other with Michigan Tech’s Copper Country Cycling Club (C4)! Let's hit the road (or gravel) together — see you there!

This Week at the Rozsa

"Art + Activism" Artist Talk & Panel Discussion — Thursday, Sept. 14, from 3-5 p.m.
Location: Noblet G002
Presented by Michigan Tech Art and the Institute for Policy, Ethics, and Culture (IPEC)

Please join the Rozsa Art Galleries and IPEC for a free presentation and discussion on the theme of art and its role in activism, featuring an artist talk by Rozsa visiting artist Erin Hoffman. There will also be a conversation on the topic led by Alexandra Morrison, Richard Canevez and Stefka Hristova (all HU), and Terri Jo Frew (VPA). Learn more.
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"Layered In Between: Prints by Erin Hoffman" Reception — Friday, Sept. 15, from 5-7 p.m.
Location: Rozsa Art Galleries A-Space
Presented by Michigan Tech Art

Free light refreshments will be available. Erin Hoffman will be present to discuss her artwork. Learn more.

Hoffman is an artist and  printmaker from Muskegon, Michigan, who deals primarily with political and social concerns. Through the presentation of mismatched ideas and assemblages, her art serves as a prompt to critical thought and new conclusions. The exhibit will be open from Friday (Sept. 15) through Nov. 4.

What to Expect:
Enjoy refreshments. Meet the artist in a relaxed environment. See spectacular art.

A-Space Gallery Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. | Saturday: 1-8 p.m.
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"DANCER" feat. Grand Rapids Ballet and Woodland Sky Native American Dance Company — Friday and Saturday, Sept. 15 and 16, at 7:30 p.m.
Location: Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
Presented by the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts

Grand Rapids Ballet and Woodland Sky Native American Dance Company come together for "DANCER," an unforgettable weekend of dance, celebrating an art form rooted in tradition and flourishing into the future. Learn more.

Get your tickets online, at 906-487-1906, or at the Rozsa Box Office from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Students, reserve your tickets (included with your Experience Tech Fee) online and bring your HuskyCard to use your student tickets or tap in for Student Rush.

MSGC Graduate Fellowship Workshop and Writing Support

The Graduate School is offering support services to assist graduate students in applying for the Michigan Space Grant Consortium’s (MSGC's) Graduate Fellowship, including a workshop and one-on-one writing support.

MSGC’s Graduate Fellowship opportunity supports graduate students from affiliate institutions who are conducting research and public service projects relevant to NASA’s strategic interests as expressed in NASA’s 2014  and 2018 Strategic Plans — specifically, research focused on aerospace, space science and earth system science. Graduate students working in related science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields are also eligible to apply.

Additionally, MSGC is piloting an expanded definition of STEM to include support for interdisciplinary projects that include art, so graduate students conducting research and projects relevant to NASA’s strategic interests in disciplines not traditionally considered STEM, such as the humanities or social sciences, are likewise encouraged to apply.

Fellowship recipients are awarded $5,000. To be eligible, applicants must identify a mentor, be U.S. nationals, have a good academic record, and be in good academic standing. Women, underrepresented minorities and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Students currently receiving MSGC Fellowships are eligible to reapply.

Workshop Details:

  • MSGC Graduate Fellowship Workshop: Overview and tips from a reviewer
    • Date and Time: Tuesday, Sept. 19, from 10-10:50 a.m.
    • Location: Zoom
    • Presenter: Will Cantrell, associate provost and dean of the Graduate School
    • Host: Sarah Isaacson (, GLAS program director
    • Register for the Workshop — The workshop will be recorded and shared with those who registered.

For more information and specific application instructions, visit the MSGC website and the MTU Graduate School MSGC webpage.

Physics Colloquium with Veronica Barone

Veronica Barone from Central Michigan University will be presenting at this week's Physics Colloquium. The seminar will be presented in person at 4 p.m. Thursday (Sept. 14) in Fisher 139.

Barone's presentation is titled " Computational Exploration of Electrode Materials for Rechargeable Battery Applications."

Read the abstract on the University Events Calendar.

BioMed Seminar Series Speaker: Fateme Esmailie

The next guest speaker in the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BioMed) Seminar Series is Fateme Esmailie from the University of North Texas.

Esmailie will present a seminar titled "A Journey from cochlear implants to transcatheter heart valves" on Friday (Sept. 15) at 4 p.m. in person in M&M 610 and virtually via Zoom.

EPSSI Seminar with Rachel Phillips

Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences Institute (EPSSI) guest and Ph.D. candidate Rachel Phillips will give a talk today (Sept. 11) at 4 p.m. in M&M U113.

Phillips will present "Promoting Global Inclusivity and Engagement in Geoscience Through YouTube."

Event details can be viewed on the University Events Calendar.

Phillips is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Texas at El Paso.

From the abstract:
Geoscience departments are currently suffering low enrollment largely due to lack of understanding among the general public regarding the meaning and scope of geoscience. Efforts to increase enrollment often focus on incorporating recruitment strategies in introductory courses or conducting outreach for students at the K-12 level. These methods are often effective on a local scale, but the decrease in geological interest among undergraduate students is a global issue. For almost three years, I’ve been posting educational geoscience videos on my YouTube channel, GEO GIRL. The reach I have achieved through YouTube far outweighs that of any other outreach activities I have conducted. YouTube is globally accessible, and based on YouTube analytics, my videos have reached viewers in over 140 different countries so far, with over 50% of views coming from outside the United States. Moreover, my videos are available to not only students or members of the scientific community, but also those outside of science who are interested in one or more of the individual topics I cover on my channel. Therefore, this method of outreach allows us to reach the general public and influence students to major in the geosciences or related fields. Since starting the channel, I have received numerous messages from students saying my videos inspired them to pursue geoscience as a major and career. I also receive messages from viewers saying my content has helped them learn about a topic which is otherwise not available to them. Online video allows us to inspire, influence, and engage students and non-students globally. In this talk, I will present my experience and findings from online science communication with the goal of inspiring other geoscientists to share their research and knowledge online as it can serve as an effective, global outreach and recruitment tool.

New Funding

Amitabh Narain (ME-EM/APSRC) is the principal investigator (PI) on a project that has received a $344,064 research and development grant from the National Science Foundation.

The project is titled "Collaborative Research: Very High Heat-flux Cooling through Stable Energy-Efficient Macro-scale Partial Flow-boiling Using Microstructured Surfaces and Ultrasonics."

Jeffrey Naber and Sriram Malladi (both ME-EM/APSRC) are co-PIs on this potential three-year project.

In the News

An article written by Jonathan Robins (SS) about the chaga mushroom’s “entry into the pantheon of superfoods” was published by the Network in Canadian History & Environment (NiCHE). The article is part of NiCHE’s Environmental Histories of Foraging series.


Sarah Hoy (CFRES) was quoted by the Environmental News Network in a story about a study co-authored by Hoy published recently in Science Advances. The story was picked up from Arizona State University.


WLUC TV6 ran a story about University President Rick Koubek’s appearance as a guest on the station’s “Upper Michigan Today” morning show on Friday (Sept. 8).


Environmental News Bits mentioned Michigan Tech as one of 11 recipients of a total $11 million in research grants to address energy transitions in underserved communities awarded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Tech’s project will engage forest-dependent tribal and rural communities in northern Michigan, studying current energy systems and pathways for energy transitions that improve community well-being.


MLive mentioned Michigan Tech in a story about the Wall Street Journal’s recently released Best U.S. Colleges 2024 ranking list. Michigan Tech ranked first in Michigan — and second in the nation — for salary impact, or how much a college boosts salaries earned by students after graduation.


The Daily Mining Gazette mentioned multiple Michigan Tech gaming- and anime-centric student organizations in a preview story for GeekU.P., a mini-con event held Saturday (Sept. 9) at the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts. The story named Husky Amateur Wargaming, Gamers Anonymous, Houghton Anime Review Organization, Pokemon League at Michigan Tech, Playtesters (Video Game Music Ensemble) and Fighting Game Club as the student orgs participating in the event.


Win by Losing — Registration Open Now!

Get ready for the fall 2023 round of Win by Losing!

Since 2009, Win by Losing has been helping people lose weight and establish and maintain healthy lifestyle habits. Twice a year, group customer employees join this nine-week competition to achieve their personal goals and win bragging rights for their team. Altogether, participants have lost more than 209,000 pounds — that’s more than 104 tons!

Fall 2023 marks our 29th round of Win by Losing. Employees, it's time to form teams, select captains and get ready to Win by Losing!

Registration is now open and ends Sept. 17.

Before registering for the competition, employees need to:

  • Form a team and decide on a team name.
  • Select a team captain.
  • Calculate their team’s total group starting weight.
  • The team captain can then register the team online at the Win by Losing Weight Loss Challenge website during the registration period.

Employees don’t have to be Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan or Blue Care Network members to participate. Companies may have more than one team.

The competition runs from next Monday (Sept. 18) through Nov. 17. During these nine weeks, your team competes against other Blue Cross and BCN group customers.

Here’s what teams can expect during the competition:

  • Weekly emails to team captains with health tips, links to articles and reminders to report their team’s weight-loss progress.
  • A suite of resources in the Win by Losing toolkit, including meditations, healthy recipes and motivating challenges.
  • Free, interactive support through the Drop 5 Virtual Weight-Loss Community each Thursday from Blue Cross Virtual Well-Being.

New this year, you can have one of our Blue Cross health coaches do a virtual well-being presentation for your team. Health coaches can talk to your team about physical activity, heart-healthy living, reducing sugar, managing weight and more.

At the end of the competition, we’ll add up the total weight each team lost and announce the winners based on percentage of weight lost. Winning teams receive a trophy.

We hope you'll join us! If you have any questions, please reach out to


Professional Development Day: Call for Proposals

Staff Council is rebooting Professional Development Day! Mark your calendars — this event will be held on the morning of Oct. 19 during October Recess.

Professional Development Day is a day of opportunities provided for faculty and staff to improve their skills and knowledge through training sessions. The sessions will be led by Michigan Tech faculty and staff and provide development in a learning-centered peer-to-peer environment.

Currently, we are looking for proposals from Michigan Tech faculty and staff for training sessions. Do you have a topic that you would like to share with others? In the past, we have had sessions on health and wellness, technology, continuous improvement practices, Microsoft Office/Google tips and tricks, social media and more! Please consider submitting a proposal for a session you would like to host! Proposals are due by Friday (Sept. 15).

Keep an eye on Tech Today for information on how to register!


Scientific Outreach Through YouTube: An Inspiring Story

Scientific outreach is one of the key components of any National Science Foundation (NSF) project, specifically CAREER programs. Having a strong outreach can significantly enhance the rating of a proposal. YouTube is a platform for broader outreach.

The Department of Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences (GMES) is hosting Rachel F. Phillips, a Ph.D. candidate from the University of Texas at El Paso, who has successfully launched a YouTube channel about geology (@GEOGIRL). With over 38,000 subscribers, she has achieved an inspiring record in scientific outreach.

Phillips will share her experience with the Michigan Tech community though an Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences Institute (EPSSI) Seminar today (Sept. 11) from 4-5 p.m. in the Minerals and Materials Engineering Building, M&M U113.

The seminar is titled "Promoting Global Inclusivity and Engagement in Geoscience Through YouTube."

Find more information and read the abstract on the University Events Calendar.


CAMS Offering Statistical Consulting Service for Fall 2023

The Center for Applied Mathematics and Statistics (CAMS) is pleased to announce that the free statistical consulting service provided to the MTU research community will continue for fall 2023. The purpose of this service is to foster collaborations between the members of CAMS and the researchers from other centers/departments/colleges at MTU.

What we do:

  • Help with experimental design (including power analysis and sample size determination).
  • Help with data analysis with appropriate and clean data sets.
  • Provide guidance and suggest statistical methods for data analysis and visualization.
  • Provide guidance on appropriate statistical language for manuscripts.

Consulting will be offered from 4-5 p.m. on the following Tuesdays and Wednesdays of the semester:

September: 19, 20, 26, 27
October: 3, 4, 10, 1117, 18, 24, 2531
November: 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 28, 29
December: 5, 6

Meetings on dates with links will be conducted via Zoom. All others will be face-to-face meetings held in Fisher 312.


CyberHusky Training for Middle/High School Students

Michigan Tech is excited to provide CyberHusky training to local middle and high school students. This year, we're concentrating on teaching machine learning with Python because artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly important in our daily lives.

We'll begin by teaching Python for a few weeks and then dive into studying popular machine learning techniques. Additionally, we'll take part in cybersecurity competitions like CyberPatriots and the Michigan Governor's High School Cyber Challenge.

The CyberHusky program is run by professors and students from the College of Computing. Our first session will be held from 7-8:30 p.m. Saturday (Sept. 16) in Room 117 of Kanwal and Ann Rekhi Hall on Michigan Tech's campus.

If you want to learn more and apply, please visit the CyberHusky Team website.


Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar

The next Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar will take place at 3 p.m. today (Sept. 11) in GLRC 202.

Ph.D. student Miraj Kayastha, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geospatial Engineering, Michigan Tech, will present "What Could the November 2022 Buffalo Lake-Effect Snowstorm Look Like in the Future?"

Read the abstract on the University Events Calendar.

Today's Campus Events

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9-11 Never Forget

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Georgia-Pacific on Campus

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Prep for Career Fair

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Slide To The Left: Whiteness and Environment Discussion

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Interview Prep

Interview without fear or surprise, after all, it's not the Spanish Inquisition!


What Could the November 2022 Buffalo Lake-Effect Snowstorm Look Like in the Future?

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EPSSI Seminar: Rachel F. Phillips, PhD Candidate, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Texas at El Paso

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Race Practice

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Slide To The Left: Computer and General Electronics Repair Class

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Huskies Group Swim Lessons - Parent & Child Aquatics Fall 2023 Session 1

Ages 6 months to 3 years. Come make a splash in Huskies Group Swim Lessons! American Red Cross Parent and Child Aquatics levels are being offered at the SDC Pool for ages 6...


Huskies Group Swim Lessons - Parent & Child Aquatics Fall 2023 Session 1

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Huskies Group Swim Lessons - Preschool Aquatics Fall 2023 Session 1

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Engineering Ambassadors General Meeting

Join us for our first meeting! Bring a friend!


Law Club Weekly Meeting

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Slide To The Left: Informal Discussion On Climate Change (feat. KYCA & S4S)

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Bonfire, s'mores, and yard games at Phi Delta Chi!

Come hangout at PDC with our sisters!!! All women and non-binary individuals welcome!!!!!!! Contact Josie Kalepp at 920.574.5386 with any questions!


Mushing Club Introductory Meeting

If you are interested in learning or participating about the Mushing Club at Michigan Tech, this is your stop! In this meeting we will discuss what we do as a club, as well as...


Young Americans for Freedom First Meeting

Join us for our first official meeting of the Fall 2023 semester! We will have Pizza, Pop, and a special introductory presentation given by the executive board. In addition,...


HSC First Practice! (New Members Only)

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