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Two construct a 3-D model while others compose poetry and prose about the molecule, write computer programs and perform songs paying homage to DNA, and even build a pinata filled with DNA-inspired candies. Full Article >>

LSSU's student chapter of Ducks Unlimited, the only active DU student chapter in the state, broke a record for attendance and funds raised during its annual banquet in March. Full Article >>

The LSSU Foundation announces it has met the goal for the “Bring it Home” funding challenge to help fund the $12 million project to refurbish South Hall. Campus reception on April 25! Full Article >>

Sault High advanced-placement biology classes worked with LSSU chemistry and biology faculty on April 11 in LSSU labs, doing stuff like gel electrophoresis and pGLO bacterial transformation. Full Article >>

April 19's fashion show Food Fashion Superheroes -vs- Fantasy features all manner of snacks and sweets shaped into 23 food-based costumes choreographed to a theme of graphic-novel superheroes. Now with preview photos! Full Article >>

LSSU's campus life office and counseling services team encourage domestic violence survivors – themselves, friends, or families – to illustrate shirts with messages and art. Creations will be displayed through April in LSSU's Cisler Center. Full Article >>

As the world's population grows, and the demand for seafood increases, the question we should be asking ourselves is . . . is the present rate of consumption sustainable? TODAY! Full Article >>

Nationally known victims' rights advocate Angela Rose, director of Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment, will be on campus to speak April 15 before LSSU's annual Take Back the Night Walk. The public is welcome. Full Article >>

Proposed collaboration sees the placement of sensors at various locations along the St. Mary's River, including at LSSU's riverfront aquatic research laboratory and the federal hydro plant that supplies electricity to the Soo Locks. Full Article >>

Rho Chi Omega's Out of the Darkness Campus walk on April 12 wants to increase awareness about depression and suicide and provide support for survivors of suicide loss. SATURDAY! Full Article >>

The Lake Superior State University Dance Company is proud to present "Fractured Fairy Tales," this year's fanciful spring dance concert that “fractures” three popular fairy tales with music and dance. Shows are April 10-12 at 7 p.m. on the Arts Center main stage. PERFORMANCE TONIGHT! Full Article >>

Students in Prof. Greg Zimmerman’s special topics class “Sense of Place” will present a symposium on what makes a place a home from 5-8 p.m. on Wednesday, April 9, in the Walker Cisler Center Crow’s Nest. Participants are invited to stop in anytime throughout the time period. Admission is free Full Article >>

Biology professor and co-director of LSSU Aquatic Research Laboratory is recognized for research and assistance to undergraduates by the Presidents Council of State Universities of Michigan. Full Article >>

Lake Superior State University's main heating plant is bathed in blue spotlights through this weekend to commemorate World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. The plant's raised letters, usually highlighted in white, may be seen off of the northernmost exit of Interstate-75, just before the border with Canada. Full Article >>

LSSU's MCOLES team, which raised at least $3,500, joined more than a dozen other teams for the 12-hour walk. LSSU's Student Athletic Training Association coordinated the annual American Cancer Society fundraiser, and is starting a chapter of Colleges Against Cancer at LSSU. Full Article >>

Alum's draftsman tools take engineering students back to a time when math computations were crunched out on a slide rule and drawings formed on a drafting board with compass, templates, a parallelogram tool and Rapidograf pen. Full Article >>

Prof. Kenneth Ridgway of Purdue University presents Earth Science and Communities: Great Earthquakes to Wild Rice, at noon on Friday, April 4, in room 207 of Crawford Hall. Full Article >>

Retirees averaged 30 years of service, while staffers recognized for 10, 20, 30, and 40 years of service have put in a cumulative 340 years of helping students reach their goal of a higher education. Full Article >>

Students who earn business diplomas from Sault College in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., can now roll their earned credits into a business administration baccalaureate degree from Lake Superior State University. Full Article >>

Lake Superior State University nursing faculty and students accepted $2,000 for the Bud Clarke I-500 Parking Committee LPN Award during an I-500 snowmobile race recognition dinner on March 22. Proceeds are from parking fees collected during race weekend and an annual charity golf scramble. Full Article >>

Sault Ste. Marie's Central Savings Bank recently committed $45,000 to LSSU's South Hall Renovation Project. A donor group is matching new gifts and pledges between now and April 1. Full Article >>

Men's and women's teams will play 10-game schedule starting in 2014-2015 season. Full Article >>

Ciara Johnson's Fort Brady Collection jewelry - which thematically harken back to LSSU's days as an Army fort before 1946 - will be on display in the Shouldice Library Gallery through TODAY ONLY! Full Article >>

The LSSU Theatre Company is proud to present Beyond Therapy, a hilarious play highlighting social miscues and mishaps set in the 1970s. Performances run on the Arts Center stage March 28-30, with Friday and Saturday shows at 7:30 p.m. and a Sunday matinee at 2:30 p.m. Full Article >>

A Lake Superior State University seminar class's charity dodge ball tournament benefits the Chippewa County Animal Shelter in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Full Article >>

Students and community members interested in summer jobs or something longer lasting are welcome at the Sault Job Fair being held from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 26, at the Walker Cisler Center. Michigan Works! is sponsoring the event with the Sault Area Career Center and Consolidated Community School Services. TONIGHT!! Full Article >>

Nearly 100 students from Gros Cap School visited LSSU on March 11 to talk to Laker athletes about school, reading, basketball, volleyball, pizza and more. Full Article >>

A 12-foot snowman effigy, dubbed this year "Mr. Polar Vortex," went up in smoke during Lake Superior State University's annual snowman-burning to welcome spring. The ceremony, held March 21 in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., has been going on since 1971. NEW photos being added throughout today! Full Article >>

Fans recognized the three goaltenders, three defensemen, and two forwards during a traditional senior-recognition ceremony following the March 1 game. Four seniors and a junior are now moving on to start professional hockey careers in The Show. Full Article >>

Members of LSSU's Ducks Unlimited chapter -- the only active student chapter in the state -- are wrapping up the plans on their annual banquet set for 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 22, in the Walker Cisler Center. The public is welcome. Full Article >>

LSSU's contribution to quirky fame was touted in a March 11 Huffington Post feature titled, "The 1 Weirdest Thing You Never Knew About Your Home State." Run A Web search on the headline to see for yourself. Click through learn the rest of the story. Full Article >>

Wall in LSSU's Arbuckle Student Activity Center is open to LSSU students Mon.-Thurs., 6-9 p.m. LSSU clubs and teams can reserve times by contacting coordinator Paul Tumey. Hours for public access, as well as the date for an official grand opening, are forthcoming. Full Article >>

Alumnus held position for nine seasons and played for team from 1983-1987. Full Article >>

LSSU group was the only one representing an athletic training program that is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education . Full Article >>

Fundraising for the renovation of South Hall - dubbed SoHO for the South Hall Opportunity - received a major boost with the introduction of a "Bring It Home" matching fund. A donor group is doubling gifts and pledges to the project between now and April 1. Full Article >>

Clif Haley, recent chair and president emeritus of the Michigan State University College of Law Board of Trustees, as well as owner of Drummond Island Resort and Conference Center, will be the next speaker in Lake Superior State University's "BE Inspired Speaker Series" on March 11. Full Article >>

LSSU men's and women's basketball seniors were recognized at special ceremonies during a Feb. 22 double-header against Michigan Tech. Full Article >>

Thirty-eight regional employers - ranging from finance to engineering to law enforcement to health care - recruited students at the 25th-annual LSSU Career Fair, brokered by LSSU's Center for Career Development. Full Article >>

Residents of Michigan and Ontario are welcome to submit their art for consideration in the 2014 issue of Border Crossing. The journal seeks to provide an outlet for area artists to showcase their work. Deadline is April 4. Full Article >>

Rapid River native received her degree through the center and once worked as its administrative assistant. Full Article >>

Compete for fun and prizes from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, March 29, at the Center for Applied Sciences. Full Article >>

Theater department offers groundbreaking production where anyone, with or without stage experience, is matched up with a playwright who writes an original script, rehearses the freshly-created play, and presents it as a world premier, all within 24 hours. Today and Saturday! Full Article >>

Tickets are going fast for the Irish quintet Lunasa, which will appear at LSSU's Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 20. TONIGHT! Full Article >>

LSSU physical sciences professor Steve Johnson showed kids how to lift latent fingerprints during a visit to the Little Lakers Kinder Kollege preschool center. Full Article >>

The annual Excellence in Academic Advising Award is presented as a surprise at the end of the spring semester. Alumni and current students may submit nominations for this year's award Feb. 3-12 at Deadline extended to Feb. 21! Full Article >>

Area artists are invited to submit their work for this project that seeks to raise money for LSSU art gallery and Rotary endeavors in the community. Full Article >>

Show a sweetie who's the boss by taking him/her to an all-out battle of the sexes hosted by LSSU's ComedySportz troupe this Friday, Feb.14. The burly men of ComedySportz will pit themselves against the lovely ladies of ComedySportz in a special Valentine's Day competition, each vying for the most laughs. Tonight! Full Article >>

Students have been visiting first- through fourth-graders at Washington, Bahweting, and Soo Township schools as part of a "healthy kids" project, which includes sharing lists of work-out activities tailored for kids and blending healthy green smoothies for all to try. Watch for a three-part community-cooking seminar on March 15. Full Article >>

LSSU's Student Athletic Training Association will hold its Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society on March 29-30 on campus, but you can help out at several events between now and then. Full Article >>

BioSpec-nano Micro-volume UV-Vis Spectrophotometer analyzes samples by measuring how they pass or absorb light from a precisely calibrated Xenon flash lamp. Sample sizes are incredibly tiny - down to 1 microliter or 0.00020288411948900794 of a teaspoon. Full Article >>

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