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矿脉 Shuts Downs Amid COVID-19 Crisis

March 24, 2020

Dear readers of the Michigan 高科技 Lode,  We regret to inform you that 矿脉 will not be publishing for the rest of the spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of our staff members have been displaced and our office on the MTU campus is inaccessible.  We look forward to serving you again in August. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to [email protected]

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MTU and COVID-19

麦迪斯蒂格, Editor in Chief | March 19, 2020

On March 11, Michigan 高科技 announced that the University would be suspending all face to face instruction as concerns of the COVID-19 virus increase. Initially, this suspension was only supposed to last until April 17, however as of March 16, the suspension has been increased to the end of the spring semester.  Six different University task forces have been created to prepare and plan for the upcoming...

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Places that you can tour (virtually) while quarantined

Madison Degnitz,矿脉作家 | March 19, 2020

Social distancing, though effective in limiting the spread of contagions, can be an often boring and tedious time. Just when we’ve gotten over the cabin fever of winter, we’re stuck inside once more for the protection of public health. Thankfully, in our internet world, there are lots of ways to get out and see things without leaving the comfort of your bedroom. Museums, aquariums and other attractions...

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Boredom Busters

Aemili Lipzinski, 脉冲 Editor | March 19, 2020

There’s a lot of chaos going around, but the number one advice for everyone at this point is to stay home. While introverts rejoice, even they will soon be feeling a little stir crazy. It is critically important to slow the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 because hospitals cannot handle everyone falling ill at the same time and resources are limited, so staying indoors and self-isolating is everyone’s...

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UnLODEing Zone

Rebecca Barkdoll, 意见 Editor | March 19, 2020

What a way to come back from Spring Break, right? I gotta say, I did not see this online thing coming. Part of me is happy about it, part of me is nervous about it and all of me is just weird out 通过 it. I feel wrong-footed. I’m a little grateful, though. As a person who has already had health issues nearly cause academic problems, I’m relieved to not have to be around so many potential sources...

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Free time, some conditions apply

大卫·迪斯尼,矿脉作家 | March 19, 2020

So classes all over the U.S. are closed until the end of the semester. I can’t help but feel conflicted about it. Obviously, any actions needed to stop the spread of a pandemic should be taken. However, us college students now face a threat most of us could only dream of: no class! Well, no in-person class. We all watched Spiderman, we all know that with great power comes great responsibility....

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Athletic Department | March 17, 2020

Michigan 高科技 senior forward Kyle Monroe has been named the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference North Division Player of the Week for the eighth time this season and the third consecutive week, announced 通过 the conference office Monday. Monroe helped power the Huskies to a 91-61 win at rival Northern Michigan this past Thursday night in the regular season finale. Monroe, who hails from...

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Athletic Department | March 17, 2020

The Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) has chosen Bosack & Co., one of the country's leading higher education and college athletics strategic branding firms, to develop the branding and positioning for the new NCAA Division I men's hockey conference that begins play in October 2021. The seven CCHA member institutions, Bemidji State University, Bowling Green State University, Ferris State...

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Karisa Steffans,高科技编辑 | March 19, 2020

With campus shut down and news all over reporting so much on what is happening with the spread of Coronavirus, most people are already aware of the illness and its symptoms. Schools have been shutting down, restaurants are closing, and people are being advised to avoid travel as much as necessary. However, these suggestions are all meant to slow down the spread of the disease. None of them are able...

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Like snowflakes, soot particles are unique—affecting climate modeling

Kelley Chirstensen, Michigan 高科技 新闻 | March 17, 2020

Black carbon particles — more commonly known as soot — absorb heat in the atmosphere. For years, scientists have known that these particles are affecting Earth’s warming climate, but measuring their exact effect has proved elusive. Researchers at Michigan 高科技nological University and Brookhaven National Laboratory, along with partners at other universities, industry, and national labs, have...

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