Howl for Helpers: Volunteer During Winter Carnival

Blue Key is extending a much-appreciated volunteer opportunity for Tech faculty and staff during the Winter Carnival All-Nighter!

Wednesday (Feb. 7) is the day the All-Nighter statue building begins, and two fire cages run during the evening: one located by the AES statue and another by the Husky statue. If you are interested in volunteering, please sign up on our 2024 All-Nighter Fire Pit spreadsheet. All that is required from volunteers is that they ensure the fire pits stay lit and do not get out of control. They will also serve as reporting bodies to local law enforcement and Blue Key for safety concerns.

If there are any questions, please email Blue Key at Other than that, enjoy staying warm and seeing the statue building happen live on campus!

Three Important Announcements about Digital Measures at Michigan Tech

1. Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Sense of Belonging

Digital Measures at Michigan Tech (DM) now allows users to enter and report on data related to diversity, equity, inclusion and sense of belonging (DEIS) activity. While not required, users and reviewers are encouraged to report on and review these records in support of DEIS efforts as outlined in the Faculty Handbook.

Users will find a new screen within the General Information section of the DM Activities homepage titled "Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Sense of Belonging (DEIS)." This screen allows users to search through existing records from other screens to identify records that are relevant to DEIS. Users will be asked to enter an explanation as to how identified records are relevant to DEIS. There is also a narrative field that allows users to enter overarching statements about their DEIS activity.

The Faculty Activity Reports (FARs) have a new corresponding DEIS section that appears directly preceding the Annual Faculty Narrative section. This section will list any relevant DEIS activities, along with explanation of relevance and the DEIS narrative statement. Reviewers are encouraged to take this data into consideration during the review process.

An overview video of the new screen and reporting can be found at Panopto-HuskyCast.
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2. Updates to Annual Advising Summary Screen and Advising Section of Faculty Activity Reports

Some significant changes have been made as to how Annual Advising Summary records are handled within Digital Measures at Michigan Tech (DM). The changes are intended to better capture and report on advising activities outside of traditional graduate student advising.

While the Annual Advising Summary screen itself has only been minimally revised, the Advising section of the Faculty Activity Reports (FARs) has been modified to encompass more data from the Annual Advising Summary screen by academic year. Users can now add a general annual advising statement via the narrative field that invites users to speak on general and specific advising points that are not captured elsewhere in the FARs. The revised section will now report on many more nontraditional advising relationships for users serving in those roles. The changes also make it easier for users serving as academic advisors to accurately report on their efforts.

Users are encouraged to visit the newly revised screen to ensure they have indeed entered all advising roles and reviewers are encouraged to take the additional data now available in the FARs into consideration during the review process.
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3. Update on Transition from TechTracS to Cayuse for Sponsored Research Activity

Information Technology (IT) is still in the process of converting the automatic loading of Sponsored Research data to Digital Measures at Michigan Tech (DM) from Cayuse. Loading of data from TechTracS to DM was suspended on July 1, 2023, in anticipation of transitioning to the loading of this data from Cayuse. It was hoped that the new loading process would be in place by the end of October 2023, but the process is taking longer than expected. The new projected date of completion is March 1.

Meanwhile, we are continuing to ask DM users and reviewers to be patient. If you are a user who has reporting due and you have missing and/or inaccurate Sponsored Research records, please contact the DM administrator. If you are reviewing DM reporting, please be aware that Sponsored Research records may be incomplete or might appear in a section that is unexpected.
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The Digital Measures at Michigan Tech administrator can be reached at or 7-2135.

Upcoming Banner System Maintenance

A production system maintenance window is scheduled for Feb. 11 from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. During that time, the following production services will be unavailable:

  • Banner
  • Banweb
  • MyMichiganTech
  • Course Tools
  • OAP Rental System
  • Oracle Reports
  • UC4/Appworx
  • Virtual Cashiering

If you have any questions or concerns, we can help. Contact us at or call 7-1111.

Tonight: Opening Reception for Rozsa Art Galleries Exhibit

The Rozsa Art Galleries opens “Simple Machines: Poetry, Letterpress, and the Art of the Little Magazine” today (Feb. 2) at 8 a.m., with an artist reception tonight from 5-7 p.m., in the Rozsa Art Galleries A-Space, located on the lower level of the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts.

The multimedia exhibit features the art and words of Simple Machines, an international letterpress poetry magazine founded and edited by former U.P. Poet Laureate and Michigan Tech Professor M. Bartley Seigel (HU). The little magazine features original poetry from a diverse array of national and international poets, including visiting Ukrainian poet Yuliya Musakovska. The publication is funded through a Research Excellence Fund Scholarship & Creativity Grant and produced in collaboration with designer/printers at the Copper Country Community Arts Center (CCCAC) and TYPA Letterpress & Paper Art Centre, Tartu, Estonia.

During tonight’s reception, meet Musakovska and Seigel in a relaxed environment, enjoy light refreshments, experience the exhibit and witness a live letterpress demonstration by Bonnie Loukus and Daniel Schneider from the CCCAC. There will also be poetry readings performed by Musakovska and others.

Artist Reception Details:

The free exhibit is open until March 30 in the A-Space.

A-Space Gallery Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. | Saturday: 1-8 p.m.

Sponsored by Michigan Tech’s Institute for Policy, Ethics, and Culture (IPEC), Pavlis Honors College, College of Sciences and Arts, Department of Humanities, Department of Visual and Performing Arts, and Michigan Tech Writing Center, as well as TYPA Printing and Paper Art Centre and the Copper Country Community Arts Center (CCCAC). Partially funded by the Visiting Professor Program, which is funded by a grant to the Office of the Provost from the state of Michigan's King-Chávez-Parks Initiative.

Nathan Manser Selected for Deans’ Teaching Showcase

College of Engineering Dean Audra Morse has selected Nathan Manser, professor of practice from the Department of Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences (GMES), as this week's featured instructor in the Deans’ Teaching Showcase. Manser will be recognized at an end-of-term event with other showcase members and is a candidate for the CTL Instructional Award Series.

Manser’s broad educational background in mining engineering, environmental engineering and business administration; extensive industry experience; and professional licensure give him the ability to develop courses that are engaging, informative and practical. He actively participates in the Society of Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration (SME), which enriches his teaching with practical insights. His teaching style is characterized by energy, clarity and practicality. Leveraging his extensive professional network, Manser frequently invites industry professionals, including alumni, to his classes, providing real-world examples and experiences. He encourages his students to network and actively facilitates their connections to the professional community, including the annual SME conference.

Most importantly, Manser has the skills to fully prepare his students for successful careers and professional certifications. Students consistently name Manser as their best teacher, attributing their success to his teaching and mentorship. Former students universally praise him as an outstanding and enthusiastic instructor, emphasizing the lasting impact of his mentorship on their professional and personal development after graduation. One student stated, “Having Dr. Manser as a professor greatly impacted my interest in the mineral industry. Dr. Manser's professional and personable approach made his courses practical and up-to-date, shedding light on the broad opportunities in the mining and geoscience industries.” Another student added, “I can attribute much of my college success to Dr. Nathan Manser. He was the most memorable and influential academic professional I encountered during my studies at Michigan Tech.”

Manser's commitment to excellence is further exemplified by his role in mentoring students for one of the most competitive events in the mineral industry field: the highly competitive SME/National Stone, Sand, and Gravel Association (NSSGA) Student Design Competition. This dedication is exemplified by the team's remarkable success. In the 2023-24 competition, Michigan Tech once again advanced to the top six nationally. This prestigious event draws the best and brightest from leading mining universities across the country, and our team's success places them among this elite group. Manser will accompany the team to the 2024 SME Annual Conference and Expo in Phoenix, Arizona, where they will present their innovative solutions and compete against other top-tier universities. This accomplishment highlights the caliber of our program and underscores the exceptional guidance and mentorship provided by Manser.

Aleksey Smirnov, GMES chair, summed it up: “Dr. Manser makes himself readily available to help students succeed, not only in class, but also outside the classroom, allowing them to grow into successful professionals.”

“Dedicated faculty members like Nathan Manser allow our students to compete at the national level,” Morse added. “And I thank him for giving our students that chance.”

VPA Students, Faculty Attend Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

From Jan. 9-13, several faculty and students from the Department of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) embarked on an exciting journey to the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for Region III. This festival, widely known as KCACTF, stands as a beacon for emerging talent in the realm of theater arts. It’s a vibrant stage where students get to shine, compete and nurture their artistic skills on a regional platform.

Associate Professor Kent Cyr and Assistant Professor Jeff Sherwood played integral roles in the festival’s planning and execution. Cyr served a remarkable sixth-year stint as the festival technical director, and Sherwood served as co-vice chair of design, technology and management.

Adding to those contributions, Sherwood, Cyr, Distinguished Professor Christopher Plummer and Visiting Assistant Professor Terry Dana Jachimiak II led workshops for eager students hailing from Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana and parts of Ohio. Plummer was also recognized at the festival and received the 2024 KCACTF Region III Michigan Faculty Service Award.

Attending VPA students had the opportunity to participate in professional workshops, attend juried shows, network with professionals from all corners of the country and showcase their own work in various competitions.

Evelina Cremeens earned the Regional Sound Design Award for her outstanding work on “Hamlet.” Conner Pierson, collaborating with a talented team from different colleges and universities, clinched an Honorable Mention in the Design Storm category. Sommerdai Kier and Riy Dalman dazzled everyone by winning multiple awards, including the Fastest Sound setup and the coveted Gold Award in Tech Olympics. Tara Estrada’s swift knot-tying skills also earned her a first-place finish in the Fastest Knots section of Tech Olympics.

Read more about the festival on the Visual and Performing Arts News blog.

Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar with Mary Benjamin

The next Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar will take place at 3 p.m. on Monday (Feb. 5) in GLRC 202.

Mary Benjamin, Ph.D. student in environmental engineering, will present "Evaluating First-Year Engineering Students' Self-Efficacy in MATLAB Programming Instruction Prior to the Integration of WebTA, a Code Critiquer."

Read the abstract on the University Events Calendar.

Sign Up for Lean White Belt Virtual Workshop

The Office of Continuous Improvement is offering a virtual workshop where you can earn a Lean White Belt. The workshop, "Processes, Flow, and Waste: Lean Fundamentals (Virtual)," will be offered twice:

  • Thursday, Feb. 8 — 9 a.m. to noon
  • Wednesday, May 1 — 9 a.m. to noon

In this fun and interactive workshop, you’ll practice visualizing the fundamental Lean concepts of flow and waste and see how you can apply them to your job right away. These tools can assist you in your efforts to create the best possible experience for students, faculty, staff and other customers. Lean White Belt certification is awarded to those who satisfactorily complete the requirements for this workshop.

To see the workshop description and register, complete our Upcoming Michigan Tech Lean Courses form or visit our website. Once registered, we'll add you to a calendar event for the course.

This workshop will be taught virtually using Zoom and Miro. There will be a couple of brief activities to demonstrate application of concepts before and after the workshop, then you'll receive a certificate. There’s no cost to Michigan Tech employees.

This stand-alone workshop is part of the Lean Basics workshop series. It can be taken independently, or, if you complete all five workshops in the series, we’ll award you a Lean Yellow Belt certificate! For more information, email

Samuel Kinne Receives Fall GLIAC Commissioner’s Award

Michigan Tech football senior defensive lineman Samuel Kinne has been named a recipient of the 2023 Fall GLIAC Commissioner's Award for the first time in his career.

GLIAC Commissioner's Awards are bestowed after the fall, winter and spring athletic seasons to six female and six male student-athletes of junior, senior or graduate student status that excel both in the classroom and in competition.

Kinne completed his bachelor's in chemical engineering last spring, holding a 3.82 GPA, and will be completing his MBA this spring. He was a three-time GLIAC Academic Excellence team member and also was named to the CSC Academic All-District team.

This marks the second GLIAC award Kinne has received this season, as he was tabbed as the 2023 recipient of the GLIAC's Jack H. McAvoy Award, which is presented annually to a GLIAC football player who best combines outstanding character and leadership on the field, in the classroom and the community.

Read more about Kinne at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Blake Pietila Named Hobey Baker Candidate

Michigan Tech hockey's fifth-year goaltender Blake Pietila is a candidate for the 2024 Hobey Baker Award, given annually to college hockey's top player. Fans can vote to determine the Hobey Baker winner until March 20. Pietila is on the ballot for the fourth straight season and was a Top 10 Finalist in 2023.

This year's outstanding crop of Hobey Baker candidates include over 80 college hockey players representing 64 NCAA Division I schools.

Pietila has started 24 of Tech's 27 games this season. The alternate captain ranks sixth in the nation in minutes played and ninth in the nation with 652 saves this season. Pietila is 10-9-5 between the pipes with a 2.51 goals-against average and a .916 save percentage. He graduated in the spring with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and is pursuing his MBA.

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Isaac Gordon, Chase Pietila Named to Tim Taylor Award Watch List

Michigan Tech hockey first-year student-athletes Isaac Gordon and Chase Pietila have been named to the Tim Taylor Award Watch List.

The Tim Taylor Award, previously known as National Rookie of the Year, is sponsored by the Hockey Commissioners Association and voted on by NCAA Division I assistant coaches. This year's winner will be announced during April's Frozen Four in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Gordon, a forward, leads the Huskies with 23 points and 13 goals. He ranks second in the CCHA and seventh amongst NCAA rookies in goals, and stands 14th amongst NCAA newcomers in points.

Pietila, a defenseman, leads Tech and shares a tie lead in the CCHA for assists, with 16. He ranks fourth in the nation amongst rookie defensemen. He also leads the Huskies with 40 blocked shots, which is fourth in the CCHA.

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics.

Blue Line Club Hosting Winter Carnival Luncheon

The Michigan Tech Blue Line Club is hosting its annual Winter Carnival luncheon next Friday (Feb. 9) at 11:45 a.m. in the "old" Blue Line Room outside of University Images. The event is open to the public and costs $15 per person.

Tickets need to be purchased by 5 p.m. on Wednesday (Feb. 7) to guarantee lunch. Purchase tickets online, by calling the Central Ticket Office at 906-487-2073 or by visiting the ticket office in person. Payment will not be accepted after Wednesday at 5 p.m. Vollwerth's pasties, coleslaw, cookies, chips, water and pop will be served.

Michigan Tech hockey head coach Joe Shawhan and first-year Minnesota State coach Luke Strand will be on hand to talk about the CCHA and Winter Carnival series. The Huskies and the Mavericks meet at 7:07 p.m. next Friday and at 6:07 p.m. next Saturday (Feb. 10) at the MacInnes Student Ice Arena. They will play a total goal series for the MacInnes Trophy.

Read more at Michigan Tech Athletics.

In the News

Claudio Mazzoleni (Physics) was quoted by in a story about a study, conducted by his team in collaboration with the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, that examined how solar radiation from the sun interacts with tar balls — individual light-absorbing brown particles that linger in the atmosphere after wildfires. The story was picked up from the EMSL.


Chelsea Schelly (SS/CISR) and Valoree Gagnon (CFRES/GLRC) were listed by WXXI as featured guests at an upcoming PBS Climate Innovation Virtual Town Hall hosted by Great Lakes Now. The event, planned for Feb. 13 at 7 p.m., focuses on climate solutions, resilience and innovation, and features experts addressing climate challenges “with rigor and imagination.”


Robert Nemiroff (Physics) was interviewed by ABC 10 in a TV segment about his recently published book, “Faster Than Light: How Your Shadow Can Do It But You Can’t,” which uses humor to make physics approachable for general audiences. The Keweenaw Report also ran a story about Nemiroff’s book, which was mentioned in a Q&A published by Michigan Tech’s Stories from Husky Nation in January.


Alyssa Fredin (SFSC) was quoted by Bridge Michigan in a story exploring how delays in college financial aid will affect Michigan students.


MLive picked up updates on Michigan Tech’s 2023-24 study of wolves and moose on Isle Royale, the longest-running predator/prey study in the world. The story relayed comments and photos posted by the Michigan Tech research team from Jan. 21-19 on the Wolves and Moose of Isle Royale Facebook page. In a separate story, MLive covered a first for the study: the research team moving their survey plane off the Lake Superior ice due to warm temperatures.


The Center Square mentioned Michigan Tech in a story about the new Michigan University Innovation Capital Fund and the Michigan University Innovation Capital Consortium. Driven by a partnership of six Michigan universities, including Michigan Tech, the initiatives were created with a goal of supporting pre-seed startups and early-stage companies across the state. They will be administered by U-M’s Innovation Partnerships, which recently received a $5 million award from the Michigan Innovate Capital Fund to support the program.


The Keweenaw Report previewed a Michigan Tech Art poetry reading and panel discussion featuring Ukrainian poet Yuliya Musakovska held yesterday (Feb. 1) at the Van Pelt and Opie Library. The event was a precursor to the Rozsa Art Galleries exhibit that opened today (Feb. 2) in the A-Space Gallery.


MLive mentioned Michigan Tech in a story previewing St. Albert the Great University Parish’s annual Ice Masses, held outdoors in an ice chapel constructed as part of Winter Carnival.


School Bus Fleet Magazine mentioned Michigan Tech in a story about Blue Bird Corporation naming Mike Boggess ’91 (B.S. Electrical Engineering) vice president of its clean student transportation product portfolio.


Sponsored Programs Proposal Submission Internal Deadline Update

Sponsored Programs is providing a reminder of the two-tier internal deadline structure. This structure includes all pre-proposals, proposals and letters of intent. The two-tier structure includes deadlines for all final internal, nontechnical and technical documents.

All final internal and nontechnical related sponsor documents are due to Sponsored Programs no later than 7 a.m. five business days before the sponsor deadline. If applicable, the application package must be completed in the appropriate submission system (, Workspace, NIH ASSIST, etc.) except for the budget forms, which are to be completed by Sponsored Programs personnel.

Internal documents include the completed and approved Cayuse proposal form, budget approved by Sponsored Programs, budget justification and cost share approval document(s), if applicable.

Nontechnical document requirements vary by sponsor or funding opportunity and include items such as a biographical sketch or CV; current and pending support form; letters of support; cost proposal volume; data management plan; and facilities, equipment, and other resources documents, as well as any sponsor-specific required budget forms. All final technical related documents are due to Sponsored Programs no later than 7 a.m. on the day of the sponsor deadline. Technical documents include items such as the project summary, project description, research strategy, technical volume, specific aims, and references cited. The assigned analyst will assist in identifying the nontechnical and technical related documents needed for each proposal submission.

For proposals that include subawards, all required subrecipient documents are due to Sponsored Programs no later than 5 p.m. 10 business days before the sponsor deadline to allow time for a compliance review, correspondence with subrecipient personnel and incorporation into the proposal package.

Please contact Sponsored Programs at 906-487-2226 or if you have any questions.


Bigfoot Glowshoe 2024

Get ready for a glowing good time — Bigfoot Glowshoe is back this year!

Have you ever wanted to go snowshoeing at night on a glowing trail? Here’s your chance! The event is scheduled for Thursday (Feb. 8) from 6-9 p.m. at the Michigan Tech Trails.

To register, please visit General public, students and youth are all welcome to attend this event.

Questions? Email Whitney Boroski at


RTC Brown Bag with Valoree Gagnon

Join the Rhetoric, Theory, and Culture (RTC) graduate program for a Brown Bag event at noon today Friday (Feb. 2) in the Petersen Library in Walker 318.

Valoree Gagnon (GLRC/CFRES/HU) will present: "Bridging knowledges and expertise in community-engaged research partnerships."

Talk overview:
Community-engaged research requires creating and navigating the pathway to equitable, inclusive partnerships. With the realization that a diversity of stakeholders, rights holders and research sponsors require more than can be accomplished by the solo investigator, how might one engage in this work in a good way?

This talk illustrates "bridging" as an adaptable/adoptable concept and practice between Western and Indigenous knowledges and expertise systems. Gagnon will share the “Seasons of Research'' framework, created in partnership with the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Lake Superior Band of Ojibwa, and conclude by proposing future directions and good relations for strengthening research partnerships as a shared priority commitment.


2023 MTU Wellness 360 Program Rewards Update

Thanks to all the employees who participated in the MTU Wellness 360 program in 2023!

Those who submitted their completed activities report via the Google form by the Jan. 9 deadline can expect their rewards to be paid out in the Bi-Weekly 04 pay period, on Feb. 23.

Stay tuned to Tech Today for more details on the distribution plan for those who chose Keweenaw Cash or Tech Gift Cards. Emails will be sent with detailed instructions for these distributions. Those with health savings account (HSA) or flex spending account (FSA) payouts will notice these distributions on their Bi-Weekly 04 paystub.

Questions? Contact Benefit Services at or 906-487-2517.


Chemistry Seminar with ACS Editors

The editors of the American Chemical Society (ACS) will be presenting at this week's Chemistry Seminar, which will be held virtually from 3-4 p.m. today (Feb. 2) via Zoom (use password 276760).

The ACS editors presenting the seminar are:

  • Prashant V. Kamat, John A. Zahm Professor of Science at Notre Dame University
  • Raymond E. Schaak, DuPont Professor of Materials Chemistry at Penn State University
  • Jillian M. Buriak, Professor and Canada Research Chair at the University of Alberta

Their presentation is titled “Composing an Effective and Interesting Scientific Paper: A Balanced Combination of Science, Data, Ethics, and a Story.”

From the abstract:
Sharing scientific knowledge through publications is an integral part of a career in research. Since more and more organizations evaluate scientific productivity by scholarly publication rates, the impact of published work becomes an important issue. New researchers face the challenge of mastering the art of scientific publication to draw attention to their new scientific findings. Whether or not we want to describe science in such terms, scientific publishing is competitive in nature, and thus early career scientists must compete with their more experienced peers for recognition. While the electronic age has made the publication process easier and more efficient, optimizing the structure of a scientific paper requires a certain degree of learned skill and proficiency. It is important to realize that a well-composed manuscript with a compelling scientific story that can appeal to the journal’s readership, and your peers, will see a higher rate of success. There is no greater compliment to one’s hard work than seeing it cited, reproduced, and discussed.

The three of us are longstanding editors at ACS Publications, and have handled many thousands of manuscripts. Our lecture will address the following questions:

  • What are the key steps that are necessary to compose an effective paper?
  • What is involved in submitting a manuscript and how is it handled by the journal once submitted?
  • How to respond to reviewers’ comments?
  • What is self-plagiarism, and when/how can you reuse your own text, figures, data?
  • What about ChatGPT and other LLM/AI bots? Can they be used, and how?

Presenter bios:

Kamat is the John A. Zahm Professor of Science at Notre Dame University, and has been an editor at ACS Publications since 2003 (associate editor at J, Phys. Chem., deputy and founding editor of JPC Letters, and founding editor-in-chief of ACS Energy Letters).

Schaak is the DuPont Professor of Materials Chemistry at Penn State University. He has been an editor at ACS Publications since 2010 (associate editor at ACS Nano and founding deputy editor of ACS Nanoscience Au).

Buriak is the Canada Research Chair at the University of Alberta, and has been an editor at ACS Publications since 2009 (associate editor at ACS Nano, editor-in-chief of Chemistry of Materials, executive editor of ACS Nano).


Graduate Research Colloquium 2024

Graduate Student Government (GSG) will host our annual Graduate Research Colloquium on March 26 followed by a banquet dinner on March 27 for participants and judges.

This is a great opportunity for graduate students to practice presentation skills and share their research with fellow classmates, faculty and staff. Important times and dates as well as sign-up links for the poster session and/or oral session are provided below.

Important Dates:

  • March 5 — Registration Closes
  • March 15 — Poster and Abstracts Due
  • March 26 — Oral Presentations in the MUB Alumni Lounge, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • March 26 — Poster Presentations in the Rozsa Lobby, 5-8 p.m.
  • March 27 — Banquet in the Rozsa Lobby, 5-8 p.m.

Graduate Student Registration Link

Faculty/Staff Judge Registration Link (We need judges to make this event successful!)

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Middle School Volleyball Development League

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